Traditionally, when a security alarm was triggered at a business property, the alarm company would inform an employee of that business, who would attend to reset the alarm, and so on. These days, many companies have – rightly – realised that this puts their staff in unnecessary danger. Better, by far, to delegate that kind of responsibility to a trusted team of security experts.
At Marpol Security we provide an alarm response service to businesses across the East Midlands – businesses of every shape and size. This includes our valued clients throughout Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland.
As the East Midlands’s leading provider of alarm response solutions, we have much to offer companies in the region. Here are some of the services we provide:
Our alarm response officers are named as the point of contact should your security alarm be triggered for whatever reason. They form part of our mobile patrol units, so are continuously moving about your local area. This leaves them well-placed to intervene on any alarm incident, being at your property within minutes.
The first thing our alarm response officers do when they reach your building is determine what tripped the alarm to begin with. Once this has been determined, they will survey the scene, assessing it for any signs of damage or loss. If police officers have be called to the scene, our alarm response team with liaise with them in an official capacity. Once the dust has settled, our staff will ensure that the building is secure and the alarm reset.
Whatever the cause of the tripped alarm might be, your alarm response officer will compile a detailed report for your attention. Should there be a security concern, they will also provide their professional assessment and make recommendations for improvements. Whatever the cause of the tripped alarm might be, your alarm response officer will compile a detailed report for your attention. Should there be a security concern, they will also provide their professional assessment and make recommendations for improvements.