Key Security Group Limited

Main Contact

Kieran Montgomery

Address

RCM Business Centres, Sandbeds Trading Estate, Dewsbury Road, Ossett. WF5 9ND

Telephone

01924 273050

Email Address

[email protected]

Website

www.keysecuritygroup.co.uk

Who are we?

Welcome to the award-winning Key Security Group.

We were originally established in 2007 as a guarding, event security and door supervision business.

Our 2012 acquisition of a fire and security systems provider started a transformative process that saw the divestment of non-core service offerings, whilst focusing on the provision of mobile security and fire and security systems.

Our strategic decision to reduce our service lines, combining technology with the support of a full range of mobile security solutions has seen the business achieve year on year growth attracting and retaining major household names and industry peers as clients.

Approach to Business

Due to our flat organisational and ownership structure we adapt quickly to the changing landscape of the private security industry, its stakeholders and our clients and employee’s needs.

Combining the latest innovations in fire & security systems technology with an extensive patrol and response fleet we deliver solutions across the UK.

Our commitment to raising standards in our sectors whilst maintaining relevant industry and sector accreditations, provides assurances to our clients about our commitment to underpin our service delivery with quality and innovation.

Coverage

National

Services offered

• Key Holding, Alarm Response and Mobile Security solutions
• Vacant Property Inspections
• Remote CCTV Monitoring
• Installation and Maintenance of Fire, Intruder, Emergency Lighting, Access Control and CCTV systems

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