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Education Sector Security

In the education sector in New Zealand, several types of security measures are commonly implemented to ensure the safety and well-being of students, staff, and visitors.

The primary goal of these security measures is to create a safe and conducive learning environment for students, staff, and visitors in New Zealand's education sector.

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    Security Guards

    Deploying well-trained security personnel can enhance the overall security in the education sector. Security guards can monitor access points, conduct regular patrols, and ensure compliance with security protocols. They act as a visible deterrent and can respond promptly to any security breaches or suspicious activities.

    Pastoral Care

    At its simplest, pastoral care is the provision to ensure the physical and emotional welfare of students. It is the essential foundation upon which learning can take place.

    Our teams operate in University and School environments, adding a specialist service to an inclusive pastoral care program. Our team are often the after hours face of our client's and the first contact point for students, we understand these unique environments, talk to us today to see how we can add value to your pastoral care program.

    Campus Security

    Allied Security can provide trained security personnel who are experienced in handling security-related issues. These personnel can patrol the campus, monitor entrances and exits, and respond swiftly to any security incidents or emergencies. Their presence alone can serve as a deterrent to potential threats.

    Security Operations Centre

    A security operations centre sits at the heart of a security operation and is usually a central hub within a facility or organisation where security personnel control and monitor security systems and processes. These systems may include CCTV cameras for remote video surveillance, access control systems, alarm systems, and other security technologies. The primary role of a control room is to monitor and respond to potential security threats in real-time, ensuring the safety and security of the facility or organisation.

    The importance of a control room in protecting businesses cannot be overstated. In today’s world, businesses face a wide range of potential security threats, including theft, vandalism, and even terrorist attacks. A security control operations centre is a critical line of defence against these threats, providing 24 hours a day surveillance and response capabilities.

    Allied has extensive experience operating SOC's , from Government, Tertiary, Manufacturing and Global Corporates, our team operate in a wide variety of environments , talk to our specialised team today

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