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Safeguard against forced entry to your premises to protect your physical and intellectual property.

iC2 intruder alarms protect sites and buildings from intruders and unwanted visitors. Intruder alarms typically have sensors at entry points to buildings such as doors and windows. Sensors can also detect motion and be placed under foot to detect people walking through or standing in areas that need to be protected.

Visual clues to the presence of the alarm such as the external bell box may deter forced entry to premises. The sound of the alarm will almost certainly make an intruder think twice once activated.

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Integrating an intruder alarm as part of the overall solution enables enhanced levels of security to be achieved. Visual verification of intruder activity with integrated CCTV ensures police response to site is correctly prioritised. CCTV footage may enable identification of intruders and assist in detection.

The benefits of intruder alarms include:

● Enhanced security provides peace of mind

● Reduced insurance rates on some policies

● Smoother insurance claims and possession replacement

iC2 intruder alarms make sure business, commercial and residential premises are free from unauthorised access through forced entry. Wherever your property may be; whether in London or elsewhere in the UK.

School Intruder Alarms

School intruder alarms help to secure schools against trespass of the grounds and unauthorised access to buildings by forced entry. Damage to school property is a common occurrence. Arson remains a favourite way of creating serious damage, perhaps even making a site unusable and disrupting the curriculum.

Fire Alarms

Protecting life with appropriate fire safety measures remains one of the most important health and safety requirements for commercial premises. Whether it’s a multi-storey premise in London or a recreational venue anywhere in the UK, employees, visitors and members of the public all need to be protected from the risk of fire with appropriately designed alarms and ancillary systems.

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The burglar's guide to avoiding detection by CCTV

Our guide ‘The burglar’s guide to avoiding detection by CCTV’ enables owners and operators of CCTV surveillance to understand more about how CCTV cameras can be disabled.

The guide:

● Outlines the methods that may be used to interfere with normal camera operation
● Discusses the basic countermeasures for defending cameras against attack
● Explains how good system design mitigates the risk of cameras being taken out

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Bolton Council

iC2 made a problematic site safer for Bolton Council, protecting the community and the environment with a technically elegant solution for a fly-tipping hotspot.

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Chelsea FC

iC2 was appointed by Chelsea to help the club fulfil all of their necessary security requirements for Stamford Bridge and the surrounding areas. This involved the design and installation of a state-of-the-art surveillance system, which would adhere to all of Chelsea’s health and safety and operational compliance.

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