Radlett residents are set to benefit from a significant new agreement made between long-serving security experts, London Security Syndicate, Hertsmere Police and the Radlett Safer Neighbourhood Team. The ‘information sharing agreement’, penned in early October, will see local security patrol team, LSS, work closely with Hertsmere Police in communicating vital information, designed to both detect and prevent, crime and anti-social behaviour, in the Radlett area.
London Security Syndicate’s high-visibility patrol vehicles have become a familiar sight in Radlett and surrounding areas over the past decade as they continue to provide a valuable service to local residents. As well as round-the-clock patrols, LSS have introduced a number of measures to help ensure the safety of it’s clients including, but not limited to; rapid alarm response, CCTV and surveillance, key-holding, static guards and K9 security patrols.
The latest agreement is further evidence of the excellent service LSS continues to provide the community, at a time when public spending has placed further pressure on local police budgets. The Herts and London based security firm has always enjoyed a close working relationship with the local authorities and their rapid response times often see them arrive at the scene before the emergency services – regularly apprehending unwanted guests and trespassers until such a time the police are able to attend.
LSS’s very own Head of Operations, Mo Beloues, was enthused by the development and was equally pleased for LSS clients, stating; “The trust that our clients and the local police place in the service we provide is really a testament to the hard work we have put in over the last ten years or so, ensuring Radlett is one of the best places to live. We’re really happy that the local authorities share our goal in providing peace of mind to all the residents here. We feel this agreement will help us further strengthen our ability to prevent crime in the area. We look forward to tackling the challenges ahead, together with Hertsmere Police and Radlett SNT.”
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