Cougar Monitoring becomes latest company to join Secured by Design

Cougar Monitoring

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Cougar Monitoring is one of the latest companies to join Secured by Design (SBD), the national police crime prevention initiative.

Established in 1996, Cougar Monitoring offers a wide range of monitoring and response services tailored to each client’s needs, be it a residential, commercial or industry property. Its services include CCTV Monitoring, Intruder & Fire Alarm Monitoring, Patrol Service, Lock and Unlock of premises, Keyholding & Incident Response & Guarding & Manned Security.

Cougar invests heavily in cutting edge technology to provide clients with an innovative and inclusive security service, with its high specification alarm receiving and monitoring centre enabling the company to keep response times enviably sharp and to provide reliable and professional assistance. A fully trained team are on hand to deal with security incidents 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Cougar is approved by the Security Industry Authority as an approved contractor for keyholding, security guarding and public space CCTV and have received the NSI’s ARC Gold, EMS Gold, H&S Gold & Guarding Gold Scheme Certification.

You can find out more about the company and the ARC Gold Scheme here:

Cougar Monitoring, said: “We are overjoyed to again be members of Secured by Design, we are without doubt in more challenging times than we are used to facing as a nation and we each have our own role to play. We are here to help in the prevention, detection and prosecution of all crime. Our main focus has always been protecting people and premises and this has never been more true than at this time, this is what drives us.”

SBD Development Officer, Hazel Goss said: “It was lovely to sign up Cougar Monitoring Ltd as new members of Secured by Design, having been previous members it is great to see them return and I am looking forward to working with them once again now and in the future.”

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