Protect Your Premises With Our Security Patrols In Buckinghamshire
Security Patrols
Protect Your Premises With Our Security Patrols In Buckinghamshire
15 Nov 2021

All Time Security Ltd has strong values which are reflected in everything we do.

As a SIA approved security company, you can trust us to uphold the finest standards. We’re only happy when our customers are completely delighted.

Security patrolling services is just one of the many options we offer. Choose our mobile patrolling and you’ll have guards who carry out efficient crime prevention. Well-presented, smartly dressed and highly trained, our mobile patrols can respond immediately to any incidents.

From customer service to traffic management, our security guards can cover all sorts of tasks.

They can wear high visibility clothing if needed, so you’ll always have a deterrent for all types of malfeasance. All guards have had the latest training and have regular courses to update their skills. Every single one is DBS checked and has qualifications in First Aid, Fire training and Personal license. They are also health and safety and fire trained.

Our patrols are always vigilant and will ensure that nothing is missed. We can also combine this service with other forms of security, including CCTV and 24-hour surveillance.

Buckinghamshire is one of the many locations covered by our contractors.

If you need security patrols for your business in Buckinghamshire, don’t hesitate to contact our team today.

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Our services range from Manned Guarding, Door Supervision, Close protection, Event security, Alarm Response & Key Holding, CCTV Monitoring, Foot and Mobile surveillance. Retail and Commercial security, corporate security, Building & Construction site Guards, Hotel and Office Reception security.

If you need any help or further information regarding All Time Security, our staff or the services that we provide please contact us and we will be happy to help.
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