Public Sector Security Solutions

From public service to emergency services, we help public sector organisation deliver their services

Our Security solutions can be found on public sector sites and be as varied as council offices, fire and rescue centres and museums. Each has very different and individual requirements, but all share a need to ensure they maintain constant high levels of security, generally with the ability to split a site into public and private areas – a major factor for education and healthcare sites.

Why choose Securus (UK) Ltd for your Public Sector Security Solutions?

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Customer Testimonials

  • We contacted Securus to assist us with advise on Implementing a CCTV system and Simple Access Control system for our Internal Doors.

    Securus were efficient in carrying out there initial Survey to providing a plan and Design for the CCTV System and Door Access system which has improved the buildings security and helped keep Patient and Staff areas secure. When the Pandemic crisis started we urgently needed an Intercom installing to create a safe method of speaking to visitors at a safe distance, Securus responded quickly and efficiently and Installed an Intercom which has proved essential in our day to day running of the practise.

    The systems are straightforward to use and we have been pleased with the quality of the Installation and products.

    Tracey Murphy

    Practice Manager

  • SCC AVS have formed a collaborative partnership with Securus (UK) Ltd to provide customers with solutions that integrate our communication and audio visual technologies with the cutting-edge security solutions Securus can provide. They have proved to be an invaluable asset working with us as our Security Partners to provide trusted advice and solutions for Security Solutions to our customers. With rapidly changing requirements for so many businesses resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic, Securus have been working with us to design, implement and install thermal screening solutions for a variety of customers in a range of different sectors, from airports to hospitals and beyond. Rob and his team have proved to be a great asset and we are delighted to entrust them as part of our wider team working with our customers.
    Graham Fry

    Managing Director

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are CCTV cameras static or can they be moved to view things?

    Are CCTV cameras static or can they be moved to view things?

    There are generally two types of CCTV camera – static and ‘pan, tilt & zoom’ (PTZ). A static CCTV camera gives you a fixed view of an area you wish to monitor or protect; however a PTZ camera can be controlled by a either an operator using a joystick, artificial intelligence software, or linked to detectors or motion sensors to control the movement of the camera. The advantage of a PTZ camera is that you can change the view to cover a larger area where required.

    There are generally two types of CCTV camera – static and ‘pan, tilt & zoom’ (PTZ). A static CCTV camera gives you a fixed view of an area you wish to monitor or protect; however a PTZ camera can be controlled by a either an operator using a joystick, artificial intelligence software, or linked to detectors or motion sensors to control the movement of the camera. The advantage of a PTZ camera is that you can change the view to cover a larger area where required.

  • What is the difference between Access Control and Door Entry systems?

    What is the difference between Access Control and Door Entry systems?

    With an access control system, the user has a keyfob, swipe card or access code to allow them to open a door, gate, or any kind of entrance. A door entry, or intercom, system has a panel at the entrance and the visitor can then talk to somebody within the property who can then decide whether to grant access via the entry system. Access control systems are typically used on sites which require automated management of the right of individuals to access specific areas of a site.

    With an access control system, the user has a keyfob, swipe card or access code to allow them to open a door, gate, or any kind of entrance. A door entry, or intercom, system has a panel at the entrance and the visitor can then talk to somebody within the property who can then decide whether to grant access via the entry system. Access control systems are typically used on sites which require automated management of the right of individuals to access specific areas of a site.

  • What is the difference between an IP and an analogue CCTV system?

    What is the difference between an IP and an analogue CCTV system?

    An analogue system uses CCTV cameras that are hard wired to a Digital Video Recorder (DVR), whereas an IP system uses a Network Video Recorder (NVR) and can connect to CCTV cameras on your network. This can potentially negate the need for excessive cabling, although cameras can be wired to the NVR where possible. As a general rule IP cameras can have a higher frame rate at higher definition meaning better images are captured. If you would like to know more about the differences, or have any questions about the image quality you might need for your system, please call us to discuss your requirements.

    You might also be interested in this article: Upgrading Your Analogue CCTV System

    An analogue system uses CCTV cameras that are hard wired to a Digital Video Recorder (DVR), whereas an IP system uses a Network Video Recorder (NVR) and can connect to CCTV cameras on your network. This can potentially negate the need for excessive cabling, although cameras can be wired to the NVR where possible. As a general rule IP cameras can have a higher frame rate at higher definition meaning better images are captured. If you would like to know more about the differences, or have any questions about the image quality you might need for your system, please call us to discuss your requirements.

    You might also be interested in this article: Upgrading Your Analogue CCTV System

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Access Control

Managing who can go where in your building, protecting staff, visitors, property, goods and information

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CCTV

An effective deterrent and a valuable recording tool, the heart of an effective business security system

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Rapid Deployment CCTV

Rapid deployment of full system CCTV security systems for temporary sites, venues and events

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Door Entry Systems

Easily managing your building’s entrances and exits, protecting buildings & the people inside from unwanted intruders

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Density Control

Automatically control the number of people on your premises. Provide clear signage and ways to avoid overcrowding

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Thermal Screening

Rapid & safe screening in busy public areas. Facial recognition terminals with access control and thermal screening

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Service & Maintenance

Let Securus (UK) Ltd take care of your security system with professional maintenance, repairs and service contracts

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Density Control

Automatically control the number of people on your premises. Provide clear signage and ways to avoid overcrowding

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Thermal Screening

Rapid & safe screening in busy public areas. Facial recognition terminals with access control and thermal screening

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Service & Maintenance

Let Securus (UK) Ltd take care of your security system with professional maintenance, repairs and service contracts

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