Downturn Sees Upturn in Mobile Security Demand

Orton Southgate, United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 30, 2009 -- Leading security providers Cosmo Group report rise in patrol contracts during recession.

Economic downturns like the one we are currently experiencing inevitably lead to increasing levels of theft across the country, particularly from business premises.

According to security and buildings maintenance specialists Cosmo Group, this is the time when many organisations consider the introduction of mobile security patrols to protect their business over and above their existing electronic security.

As Director of Operations Mark Mathurin points out "it only takes one or two premises theft stories to spread around a local community and a fear factor starts to sets in. It's a business owner's worst nightmare - not only causing financial loss, but usually bringing huge inconveniences and productivity dips."

Increased demand for mobile patrols.

Organisations like the Cosmo Group continue to see significant increases in the amount of first-time enquiries for mobile security patrols, more so now than at the start of the recession.

Cosmo Group provide high profile, uniformed officers in clearly identified vehicles to regularly visit and inspect both unoccupied and occupied premises, providing protection and reassurance.

Accurate data and reports on each visit are supplied to all clients.

Other security services from Cosmo Group

Manned Guarding

- Static guarding - Keyholding - Special Event security - Specialist security training

Electronic Security

- CCTV - Fire detection - Gates, barriers, Bollards - Access control - Remote monitoring

Contact Information

For further information on security and other services Cosmo Group can offer contact Director of Operations Mark Mathurin on 01635 43699 or email MMathurin(at) MMathurin(at)

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About Cosmo Group

Cosmo Group
Unit 2,
Westminster House
Bakewell Road
Orton Southgate
Tell: 0163543699

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Press Release Submitted On: July 30, 2009 at 1:59 am
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