Bristol, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/10/2014 -- As recent events in Russia and closer to home have shown, event and location security is now always a major concern. Last year, for example, the mayor of Bristol had a cold coffee poured over his head at a bookfair, and then anarchists claimed to have started the fire at the Portishead construction site of the police firearms training centre.
Therefore, business owners and venue managers throughout the Bristol area are always seeking the best way to protect their premises, work sites, venues, or events, against the constant threat of both theft and malicious damage. Event organisers also look to ensure effective crowd control. Launched in Bristol at the start of 2014, but with much previous industry experience, K9 Security Patrols aims to provide the highest levels of both security and protection.
Key services offered
There are a wide range of areas where K9 Security Patrols can offer the required services. As well as public events or local festivals, needs can also include:
- Alarm response and mobile patrols for key premises or sites
- High-level personal or private security for visiting VIPs
- Vital protection for a lone worker in the field
- Passive or pro-active scanning for drugs or explosives
About K9 Security Patrols
Company owner, Richard Hamilton, understands the dangers which need to be minimised and the range of problems to be dealt with. As he notes: "I've been involved in the security business for over a decade and believe the time is right to bring this service to Bristol". He emphasises the strong bond that develops between handler and animal and that all their dog teams are highly-trained (further details available at http://www.k9securitypatrols.co.uk/about.htm).
Every handler is also licensed by the Security Industry Authority (SIA). Richard added: "We are excited to bring this unique service to Bristol and look forward to working with local companies and organisations to meet their specific security and protection requirements".
Further information and contacts:
Contact name: Richard Hamilton
Telephone: 0117 3706304