Croma Vigilant

Main Contact

Sebastian Morley - Managing Director


17 Hanover Square, Mayfair, London.  W1S 1HU


01387 247842

Email Address

[email protected]


Who are we?

Vigilant Security (Scotland) Limited trading as Croma Vigilant.

Croma Vigilant was established in 1997 by ex-military personnel with the aim to provide the most outstanding security consultancy in the UK. Sebastian Morley, Managing Director co-founded Vigilant Security with Paul Williamson, Operations Director which joined Croma Security Solutions Group PLC to form Croma Vigilant.

Military standards and thinking are embedded in the DNA of the company. This distinctive philosophy affects everything we do for our Clients in the field. Our mission is to provide a range of comprehensive professional security services based upon pragmatic military approaches that surpass the expectations of our clients.

We also offer Front of House and concierge services with the creation of PROception, where staff are carefully selected and trained in World Host Customer Service.  Our brand ambassadors work closely with our service partners to ensure we meet the needs of our clients.

We are committed to consistently provide and pursue the highest achievable levels of client satisfaction. We recognise that this is key to maintaining and extending our prominent position within the current and future market place.

We employ over 1200 full time staff and have an Annual Turnover of £30m.  We have offices in Dumfries, Newcastle, Leeds and London, and hold accreditations in the following:

BS EN ISO 9001, OHSAS 45001, ISO 14001, ISO 22301, BS 7499, 7984, 7958 and 7858, Investor in People Gold, Safe Contractor, RISQS.



Services offered

Static Guarding and Mobile Patrols, CCTV, Keyholding/Alarm response, Front of House reception services.

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