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Guarding Kidlington's Fire & Rescue Service

For Oxfordshire Fire

Guarding Kidlington's Fire & Rescue Service

The Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service protects the people of Oxfordshire from countless dangers. Kidlington's team are the county's specialist water rescue operation, which helps cover both Oxfordshire and over the county boarders when required.

The Kidlington station is the headquarters for the Fire and Rescue Service in Oxfordshire and is the location for the control room and workshops for the county's fire service.


Our Solutions

When dealing with such a vital location in Oxfordshire's emergency services it is essential that the security solutions for the property are completed in a way that offers the best coverage.

Before work on a design for a new system began, our team carefully surveyed the property to assess areas where security needed improving, which lead to the installation of a state-of-the-art system that was up for the task.

One of the key requirements for the Kidlington Fire & Rescue Service's headquarters was to install a new intruder alarm system to protect areas of the premises when vacant. Our team were able to install a new intruder alarm that was offers flexibility with incredible accuracy that you would only expect from best security products. As with all our installations, the new intruder alarm was installed to an NSI Gold standard with our team of experienced engineers.

One of the world's leading CCTV manufacturers, Avigilon create intuitive and intelligent CCTV cameras with High Definition imaging. As Avigilon have proven time after time their quality coverage our team decided their cameras would be perfect for the security system for the Fire & Rescue service. The cameras enable them to gain the best coverage, which can be integrated into their other systems to form a complete security package.

To complete their security system, our experts carefully picked out a new Paxton access control system for the site. With a new access control system in enables the Fire and Rescue Service to limit who can access their site to ensure that critical operations are not disrupted at any point meaning they can continue to provide a high standard of protection to Oxfordshire.