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Outstanding results for ADP Security Systems in annual audit

24/02/2012

 

Hampshire-based security company, ADP Security Systems has received an industry-leading score following an annual audit conducted by the industry's regulatory body, the Security Industry Authority (SIA).  The score has placed ADP in the top 10% of UK based Approved Contractors under the scheme, known as the ACS. 

ADP was one of the first companies in the UK to gain Approved Contractor status in 2006 and its high score has been improving year on year. An area of particularly good practice highlighted in the ACS report was ADP’s use of the latest digital technology and enhanced imagery for assignment instructions and reporting.

David Preston, director, who runs the company with director, Alan Day, both from Petersfield, said: “The audit went very well due to continued hard work by our security officers and management team. The score has increased again and according to the SIA this puts us well in the top 10%, and just short of the top 5%. It’s an outstanding result for us as a small business and proves that we are a serious player in the security industry.”

Having established its reputation mainly by word-of-mouth recommendations, ADP offers clients a tailored security solution comprising remote CCTV monitoring with guard response, mobile patrols, alarm monitoring and key-holding. It has a 24 hour CCTV control room in Petersfield, Hampshire.

The Private Security Industry Act of 2001 required the SIA to establish a system of inspection for providers of security services. The SIA’s Approved Contractor Scheme is a voluntary scheme that requires companies to continually improve performance and focus on customer service. Hampshire-based security company, ADP Security Systems has received an industry-leading score following an annual audit conducted by the industry’s regulatory body, the Security Industry Authority (SIA).  The score has placed ADP in the top 10% of UK based Approved Contractors under the scheme, known as the ACS. 

ADP was one of the first companies in the UK to gain Approved Contractor status in 2006 and its high score has been improving year on year. An area of particularly good practice highlighted in the ACS report was ADP’s use of the latest digital technology and enhanced imagery for assignment instructions and reporting.

David Preston, director, who runs the company with director, Alan Day, both from Petersfield, said: “The audit went very well due to continued hard work by our security officers and management team. The score has increased again and according to the SIA this puts us well in the top 10%, and just short of the top 5%. It’s an outstanding result for us as a small business and proves that we are a serious player in the security industry.”

Having established its reputation mainly by word-of-mouth recommendations, ADP offers clients a tailored security solution comprising remote CCTV monitoring with guard response, mobile patrols, alarm monitoring and key-holding. It has a 24 hour CCTV control room in Petersfield, Hampshire.

The Private Security Industry Act of 2001 required the SIA to establish a system of inspection for providers of security services. The SIA’s Approved Contractor Scheme is a voluntary scheme that requires companies to continually improve performance and focus on customer service. 

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