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In August 2006 Professor Rick Sarre, from the University of South Australia’s Centre for Regulation and Market Analysis and Professor Tim Prenzler from Griffith University’s Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security, received an Australian Research Council (ARC) grant to undertake research into the private security industry and its relationship with policing generally. The work… Read More

Crime Rates Fall Date 09/12/15 | Category: Latest News, Safety & Security

Ross Gittins, in his Sydney Morning Herald Article of March 7, 2012 talks about the latest figures for the falling crime rate in Australia. It is true that levels of property crime have been falling for a decade. The article says that “the figures show falls in all the main categories of recorded property crime: burglary,… Read More

Sydney in Australia was recently voted the 7th safest city in the world by The Economist Intelligence Unit 1, part of the Worldwide Cost of Living survey.  Security is the underpinning criteria assessed when determining these rankings. According to our daily papers, however, Sydney residents do not feel the corresponding comfort that is supposed to… Read More

Security365 is Australia’s most diversified security provider being the standout and only company to successfully transition both the high tech electronics sector and the physical barrier segments of the security (and security door) industry. As such it can accurately claim to offer comprehensive and appropriate solutions to retail security’s unique and specific requirements. All the… Read More

Security Rated, Flyscreen-able, Plantation Shutters – Stylish, Strong, Secure! A revolutionary concept in window furnishings has arrived – Security Rated Plantation Shutters! No more unattractive bars and grilles – our hinged plantation shutters have passed security testing by a NATA approved laboratory to meet Australia Security Screen Standards AS5039 & AS5040 [type 2, class B]…. Read More

PREDICTIONS FOR RETAIL SECURITY OVER THE NEXT 12 MONTHS All recent data is pointing to a slowing in the Australian economy with the mining boom having peaked and the non mining sector,particularly retail,operating at near recession lows.The higher dollar has already impacted on company profits yielding lower tax receipts for the federal government. Accordingly 2013… Read More

Retailers of all descriptions are,to differing degrees,embracing technology and taking a more proactive approach to loss prevention.There is an appreciation by retailers that by preventing,minimizing and reducing shrinkage,fraud and theft,they can improve their bottom line,despite the required initial investment. Retailers seem to be moving from more traditional loss prevention strategies to newer technology based electronic… Read More