From data compiled by over 300 NFU local branches, it is estimated that rural crime in 2016 cost the UK economy £39.2 million. We detail the emerging trends in this News article.
Following on from the Government’s announcement for CCTV to be compulsory in abattoirs across England, we look at what this means for individual businesses.
As a specialist security provider, we have produced a whitepaper which critically evaluates the use of IP CCTV systems within school environments.
With an increase in costs caused by farm fires, we look at the strategies that can be put in place to reduce the risk to farmers.
A look at the headlines from the Rural Crime Report 2016 by the NFU Mutual.
After a spate of thefts occurred across the county Lincolnshire police are urging members of rural communities to report any suspicious activities.
Working with existing clients, GBSG has developed a Remote Guarding solution to help reduce security costs.
A study conducted across four European countries by YouGov for Vanderbilt reveals that more than one in four (28%) of small and medium sized British businesses have suffered loss, disruption or inconvenience as a direct result of physical or cyber security breaches.
BSIA (British Security Industry Association) have published an updated version of its code of practice for maintenance of CCTV surveillance systems