Premier security is based in the southern suburbs of Cape Town. We are situated on the main road, just south of
We commenced business operations is 2000 and have since grown to become one of the renown local service providers. Our management team consists of owner and manager, Richard Frost , Sales and liason officer , Jamie Bell , Reaction force manager Ricardo Mangaile and guarding manager, David van Aswegen.
Our organic growth has been due to customer satifaction with the levels of service we provide.
Premier Security works closely with various neighbourhood watches, including BKM , CVW Â and Muizeberg.Our vehicle two way radios are programmed with these organizations community frequencies ensuring that we are always in the know.
We host a LPR (licen Plate Recognition) server for TNCW (Tokai Neigbourhood Watch). We are able too, with our interface, see alerts relating to errand motor vehicle number plates that pass the various LPR cameras in and arround Tokai and Kirstenhof.
Premier is wholly owned by Online Security Systems cc which was established in 1994. We are Corporate members of SAIDSA. What does this mean for you ?
SAIDSA attempts to meet its commitments to the public interest by:
- Establishing a minimum eligibility standard for membership.
- Inspecting the adequacy of the facilities available to provide service.
- Examining the extent of financial risk to contain insolvency, i.e. credit rating.
It should be appreciated that within the field of electronic security there are several disciplines viz. installing, repair and maintenance, monitoring and armed reaction. Some companies are engaged in all the disciplines, some may specialise in only one or two of these disciplines and it is therefore necessary to clearly define membership.
Corporate Membership is a category of membership is reserved for those companies that install, repair and maintain alarm systems and, in addition, operate an in-house monitoring service. Such a company is required to have, in its own employ, a specific number of technical staff, in order to facilitate a 24-hour repair service.
Our Central Station, which carries out the monitoring function, must comply with SAIDSA By-Law 1 which prescribes the standard of construction, equipment and operation for Central Stations.
In addition, a Corporate Member may also operate its own in-house armed reaction service and in such an instance this must comply with SAIDSA By-Law 3.
For more information, please visit www.saidsa.co.za.