There’s a simple reason you haven’t experienced any further security breaches: the security team you instructed to protect your property is doing its job and doing it well. The presence of manned guards or visible security cameras is a proven deterrent to would-be intruders. You’re not paying for security guards to capture thieves in the act, but to deter them from even making the attempt.
If you put together a security solution for your place of work, it’s important to maintain consistency so that everyone at the site knows who is responsible for what. When you cancel a contract, does your staff know who to report suspicious behaviour to? Do you have someone in place to act as a keyholder or alarm response officer? Do your staff and site users know who’s responsible for unlocking the building in the morning? With a set security package in place, you and your team know who they can turn to for all these issues and more.
Value for Money
We understand that part of your role is to reduce operational costs, but downsizing your security solution is the very definition of a false economy. The money you might save on a security detail will be wiped out the next time someone breaks into your site. You might lose tens of thousands of pounds in assets or damage, and you will still have to instruct a security firm to protect your business moving forward.