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Engineering solutions to rural crime

Rosehill Security’s Anti-Trespass Panels can be easily cut to fit around fence posts.

Home Office statistics suggest over a quarter of rural businesses (26 per cent) experienced at least one crime incident in 2018, but it is well-known that such crimes continue to rise, with growing reports of a spike in thefts during lockdown.

Yorkshire-based Rosehill Security focuses on a ‘triple D’ system – Deter, Delay and Disrupt – to protect its farm clients from a range of crimes including thefts, fly tipping, fuel and livestock theft, and poaching.

With troubling reports of criminals taking advantage of Covid-19 to target farms, now is the time to review your security.

As a provider of innovative engineered rubber security products Rosehill Security offers some advice on best practice when securing your land or assets from criminals. “By using a mix of security signs and visible CCTV with proven physical and visual deterrents such as our Anti-Trespass Panels, farmers can create rural environments that are unattractive to criminals,” says Rosehill Security’s sales manager Dalton Marshall.

In the ‘delay stage’ of its plan, Rosehill secures driveways, entrances and high value assets with its Security Rapid Defender Vehicle Barrier systems.

Manufactured from 100 per cent recycled rubber bonded with polyurethane for strength, Rosehill Security’s Anti-Trespass Panels can be easily cut to fit around fence posts, can be removed and used over and over again, and have a maintenance free lifespan of around 25 years. The innovative design allows them to be securely installed on any surface, including concrete, asphalt, gravel and grass.

In the next stage of its plan, the company delays criminals by securing driveways, entrances and high value assets such as machinery and fuel tanks with the Rosehill Security Rapid Defender Vehicle Barrier systems and can be used in conjunction with other security measures such as fencing and gates.

Finally, criminals are disrupted using products and procedures to make suspicious activity appear more obvious to landowners, visitors and the public.

The company says its surface mounted vehicle security barriers and anti-trespass panels can be rapidly deployed as temporary or permanent perimeter measures, as part of a comprehensive security strategy.

Visit www.rosehillsecurity.com for more information.


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