Code 9 Security have become part of our team, affording us the peace of mind and support in awkward moments. They provide help and guidance, becoming another member of our team rather than a separate entity.
Highly professional at all times, the Code 9 Security Ltd team provide a first class service. The staff are impeccably smart, approachable, courteous and always prompt. Any altercations are dealt with in a discreet, respectful and calm manner. They are an excellent security firm and I recommend them highly.
Good is just not a strong enough word to describe the Code 9 team. I have never worked with a security team that were so professional. Frankly, if I could choose, I would never work with anyone else. They were brilliant from start to finish.
You have earned the respect of your peers, the trust of your clients and the loyalty of your employees.
Hampshire Police are investigating an assault in Fareham which left a 49 year-old man with a cut to the back of his head and a suspected fractured eye socket.
With the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) being enshrined in UK domestic law from May 2018, you need to take some positive action to make sure you are compliant, especially where you use CCTV surveillance in and around your workplace.
It has been announced earlier this week that the brave police officers and security personnel who helped manage the aftermath of the Manchester terror attack, are to be honoured for their 'extraordinary acts of bravery'.
2018 is going to be an exciting year for Code 9 Security, and we are creating new roles within our business for driven and motivated professionals. We have positions in a number of different areas, including frontline operations, communications and administrative support.
Good communication is a critical part of our business, and this is why we have launched our new text message service for our 24-hour control room. Simply send a text message to 88440, starting with the word 'SECURITY', followed by your message.
For one last time this year, and before delivering my final briefing before the new year celebrations we look back on what has been a busy, volatile and interesting year. At the same time, we look with great excitement as to what 2018 may hold.
As our colleagues make their final preparations for the new year celebrations in the Capital this weekend, we must remember the importance of staying vigilant and alert - but also to enjoy the festivities and not to let fear take control.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about the lessons of the Black Friday terror scare, and how a non-event escalated into a full counter-terrorism incident affecting thousands of Londoners, tourists and businesses. Yet, unsurprisingly, another very similar incident takes place during the post Christmas sales.
As the Christmas festivities are upon us, we prepare our final briefings of 2017 and remember our colleagues that will we working tirelessly throughout the festive period to make sure your homes and businesses are safe and protected.
It is with great sadness that we had to say our last goodbye to our late Chairman, John Connolly, earlier this week. John was a much loved member of our team, and will be sorely missed. Our thoughts and condolences go out to his family and friends at this difficult time.