SHOPPING CENTRE SECURITY
Ever-changing dynamics but with one constant: security
Shopping centre security is a specialism requiring a team that is trained to perform two distinct roles: the most important is security, being able to identify and assess potential risks to safeguard the public; but they must also be customer-centric, as the public and highly visible face of the shopping centre’s brand.
For them to perform at their best officers need the right training as well as the right kind of local support from a reliable and knowledgeable management team.
Contact us to find out how we can support your security needs.
Industry Leaders in End-to-End Security
At Axis Security, the safety and welfare of our officers, our clients, and their occupiers and visitors are paramount. Our dedicated site teams are supported by robust security procedures and protocols, traditional and emerging technology and comprehensive training and talent development.
We also pride ourselves on the market-leading approach to business continuity and risk, and our high-level counter-terrorism consultancy which is becoming more and more important for teams securing busy public spaces.
The Importance of Security
Security in Action
THE MERCURY SHOPPING CENTRE CASE STUDY
It sounds like a cliché, but even during our first mobilisation meeting it was obvious to us that they knew how to deliver the customer-centric service that we required.
WULFRUN SHOPPING CENTRE CASE STUDY
Wulfrun has become the benchmark for other LCP shopping centres .
Read our case studies on how shopping centres are benefiting from a professional security service.
Axis Security is one of the UK’s fastest-growing and most respected security businesses and was titled 'Security Guarding Company of the Year' 2020 (in the over £25m turnover category). It has won this accolade on four other occasions: 2010, 2013, 2014 and 2018. Last year, it also won the UK Customer Satisfaction Awards for its ‘Employee Engagement Strategy’.
Axis was the first security company to sign up to the C19 Pledge, which aims to harness the power of business to help tackle the pandemic and was also one of the first security businesses to achieve the maximum ACS score of 145.