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Multiple Fire Engines Called to Sheffield Industrial Estate

South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue were called to an industrial estate in Sheffield on Saturday 12th October. Five appliances and a specialist aerial ladder platform were called to the fire on Coleford Road, Darnall. The incident occured within an industrial building on the estate. Following the fire, South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue urged the public […]

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Rotherham Restaurant Targeted in Raid

Police were called to E’lupo’s Italian restaurant at 1.20AM on Friday 13th September after it was targeted by burglars. Thieves made off with the restaurants till alongside staff wages, leaving before the police arrived. Restaurant owner, David Lister praised the police’s terrific response and insisted it was business as usual for the popular restaurant. An […]

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Fire Alarm Monitoring—Keeping You Protected

Did you know there were over 15,000 fires across businesses in the 12 months leading to April 2019? This included over 3,500 deliberate fires. Protecting your property from the potential of an arson attack and the damages of a fire is now more important than ever. However, if a fire started while your property was […]

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Blaze at Rotherham Aluminium Plant

On Tuesday 26h March 2019, 4 fire crews were called to tackle a blaze at an aluminium plant in Rotherham at around 3.45AM before leaving shortly after 5AM. Fire crews from Rotherham, Elm Lane, Parkway stations and Dearne were all called to tackle the fire at Northfield Aluminium. It is believed that the fire was […]

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False fire Service Calls to Cost Businesses

Following a 2 year study, it has been found that only 14% of call outs by Humberside Fire and Rescue were actual emergencies, leading to over 1400 false calls per year. As a result of the study, a new response policy effecting automatic Fire Alarms has been approved. This followed a meeting between Humberside Fire […]

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Retail Park Robbery at Oak Furniture Store

A break-in was reported from a furniture shop in Cardinal Point Retail Park in Tamworth, Staffordshire. The retail park break-in occurred on Tuesday 4th December at an Oak Furnitureland furniture store. The thieves had made forcible entry by smashing the glass in the shopfront’s windows and door. Details of how the glass front was smashed […]

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House of Fraser Commercial Burglary

On Monday 3rd December 2018, a commercial burglary occurred at a department store in Skipton. A commercial burglary has occurred at a House of Fraser department store in North Yorkshire. The commercial burglary at the High street store happened overnight between Sunday 2nd and Monday 3rd December. Criminals broke into the store from the roof […]

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Buying List for Security Trends 2018 has been released!

The Security Trends 2018 totals are in, from this year’s Total Security Summit! Security Trends 2018 have been disclosed following the feedback from the 2018 Total Security Summit in March. The facilities management forum has announced the top buying trends for security. Above all, CCTV systems are top of the list! So what exactly is […]

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Spring Time Security: Your Top 5 Tips

After a winter that has cloaked the UK for what seems like a lot longer than usual, spring has finally shown its colours and the sun is shining. As the seasons change, it may also be a good time to review your businesses security systems. We have put together our top 5 tips to ensure […]

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