GJD appears in the ‘Creating a Security Culture’ programme, a collaboration with The Security Institute and ITN Productions
Date published: 09 October 2017
Mark Tibbenham, GJD Managing Director
Heywood-based GJD features in the ‘Creating a Security Culture’ programme, introduced by national newsreader Natasha Kaplinksy.
The Security Institute and ITN Productions partnered to produce the programme in a news and current affairs style. ‘Creating a Security Culture’ was launched at the Security Institute Annual Conference, on 3 October 2017 at Armoury House in The City of London.
Security affects everyone on a daily basis, the ‘Creating a Security Culture’ programme looks at how and what makes us feel safe online, in the workplace and during a day out.
Drawing upon ITN’s 60 year heritage and expertise in storytelling, the programme features key industry interviews and news-style reports along with sponsored editorial profiles from a wide range of industry experts including GJD.
Mark Tibbenham, GJD’s Managing Director said: “We are honoured to have been featured in the ‘Creating a Security Culture’ programme. GJD designs and manufactures accurate and reliable outdoor security detection systems and illuminators, which prevent the crime before it happens. People prefer to know that there is an intruder at a boundary or fence, rather than an alarm of someone inside the property.
“Being featured will help to increase awareness of the importance of external detectors and illuminators as part of a complete surveillance system”.
During the programme, television presenter Jonathan Gibson interviewed some of GJD’s customers about the features, benefits and applications of using the company’s products.
Director at Polhill Garden Centre, Mark Novell, discussed how the garden centre uses GJD products to protect the premises and its stock. Martin McCormick, Director of the Basson Group, which specialises in remote CCTV monitoring discussed how GJD’s IP enabled detectors are helping the company to transform site security.
Dominic Obry, Managing Director of FLR Security and Stuart Tinto, Team Leader at FLR Security, specialist alarm receiving centre talked about how the capabilities of the GJD range enables the company to monitor effectively, whilst reducing false alarms.
Tony Lloyd, Managing Director of Lloyd Asset Protection, discussed how GJD’s Laser products create virtual ceilings to protect sensitive sites such as prisons and airports from increasingly popular drone intrusion.
External detectors and illuminators are an excellent and essential component to security systems. ‘Creating a Security Culture’ highlights how GJD’s state of the art technology is beneficial for a wide range of industry sectors.
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