In 2020, London Security Syndicate teamed up with Hertfordshire Police to sign an ‘Information Sharing Agreement’. The agreement allows both parties to exchange vital information relating to local crime activity in the Elstree, Radlett, Bushey and Borehamwood areas. Following the success of the agreement, LSS is pleased to share that this partnership has been renewed for 2022.

In addition to this, LSS are delighted to announce that a similar Information Sharing Agreement has been signed with Three Rivers Police, the force responsible for Watford, Moor Park, Northwood, Rickmansworth, Chorleywood, South Oxhey and other partnering towns.

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 agreements are further evidence of the valuable service LSS provides the community, at a time when public spending has placed further pressure on local police budgets. LSS has always enjoyed a close working relationship with the local authorities and our rapid response times often see us arrive at the scene before the emergency services.

In response to the announcement, LSS’ Head of Residential Operations, Mo Beloues, remarked; “Working with local police is something that benefits all parties involved, none more so than the local residents. Being able to share important information, in confidence, helps us tackle crime before it happens so to have expanded this agreement across a larger part of Hertfordshire is something we’re very proud of and we’re looking forward to continuing our excellent relationship.”