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Should professional security teams be monitoring employee social media accounts, to predict and prevent crime? Here, Venture's MD Paul Howe, takes a closer look at the issue.
Our Andover BID Rangers were first introduced in September 2020 and continue to ensure that Andover town centre is a safe place to shop and eat, while providing local businesses with security support for their premises.
For the latest in our ‘spotlight’ series of blogs, we are shining a light on Salisbury and the wide range of security services we provide for customers across the region.
The use of body-worn cameras has increased exponentially in recent years, with almost every police force in the UK now implementing the technology. But they’re not the only ones.
In our ‘spotlight’ series of blogs, we are taking a closer look at some of the key locations we work in and the different types of customers we support there. Next up, it’s Winchester!
One legacy of the pandemic is likely to be an increase in flexibility and a greater mix of home and office-based working. But what might that mean for organisations who rely on employee key holders? Here's what you need to think about.
The Security Industry Authority (SIA) is making changes to the training individuals need to undertake before gaining or renewing their SIA licence. Here's what you need to know.
‘In the spirit of Venture’ is a special initiative we introduced to recognise and reward our officers who go above and beyond in their duties. Here are the latest officers to receive a commendation.
Having recruited and trained many town and city centre security officers (CCSOs) over the years, we know first-hand that it takes a special kind of person to fulfil such a role. Here are the key skills and traits we look out for.
One question we are increasingly being asked at Venture Security, is: “Do we even need a physical security presence, when so much technology is now available?” Here, Venture's MD Paul Howe, shares his answer and some top insights for businesses.
At Venture, the physical and mental wellbeing of all our employees is something we take very seriously. Here, MD Paul Howe shares some of the many ways we support our team members.
Venture’s town and city centre security officers are supporting local authorities in meeting their Covid-19 marshalling requirements, in three different areas across the region.
This month marks the second anniversary of the launch of the Winchester BID Rangers scheme, which sees Venture’s security officers out on patrol in the city centre, helping to tackle antisocial behaviour and making the area a safer place for residents, workers and visitors alike.
At Venture, we are proud to be accredited as a living wage employer by the Living Wage Foundation and to support National Living Wage Week 2020 (November 9-13).
In our new ‘spotlight’ series of blogs, we’ll be taking a closer look at some of the key locations it is our pleasure to work in and the many ways we are helping our customers there. First up, it’s Basingstoke!
Venture bolsters its senior team with the appointment of Jodie Stevens as compliance manager.
Simplyhealth has awarded a contract for the protection of its four office buildings in Andover and Winchester, to local security provider Venture Security.
Venture is delighted to announce the appointment of Helen Butler as office manager.
Covid-19 Wardens are to be employed by councils to help enforce coronavirus rules within towns and city centres. Security officers who are already on patrol in such locations, offer a readymade solution, while having the added benefit of being able to help combat some of the major challenges towns and cities are facing.
Venture Security is working with Twyford and Shawford parish councils to help tackle antisocial behaviour at a popular Hampshire beauty spot.