Protect your guests or property with Canine Security Patrols and Sniffer Dogs
Canine security units are the ultimate deterrent to crime. A fully trained security dog can reach a target faster and detain them until the police or security officer arrives. This is particularly useful when protecting large buildings like warehouses. Drug sniffer dogs help prevent banned substances entering your venue – reducing the risk to staff and customers.
Senturian Security launched this service to complement our Manned Guarding operation in 2007 and since then the Dog Handling team have been responsible for protecting several sites throughout the Midlands.
We can provide one or more Handler and dog teams as required at a range of sites and at events. A uniformed Handler and dog provide a highly visible deterrent to potential intruders or trouble makers. The combination of security guards/dog handlers and security dogs is particularly effective for:
- The patrol of areas with a restricted line-of-site e.g. large construction sites, warehouses and distribution sites and railway yards.
- Areas that are too dangerous for security guards alone e.g. areas with gang related problems, underground car parks and areas of high crime.
- The protection of persons, property and people under threat like rioting and criminal activity
- Crowd control at events
Senturian Security dogs are trained to pick up on intruders or hidden persons by, scent, sight or sound, to protect their handler and by standing their ground and showing controlled aggression. When confronted with threatening behavior they are able to detain a suspect until the authorities arrive to deal with the situation. We are a flexible team with staff and trained dogs to suit most lines of activity, whether required at events or building sites, even pubs and clubs can benefit from crowd control dogs alongside sniffer dogs too. As well as providing dogs and handlers for planned events we are able to provide mobile handlers in an emergency and last minute assistance at competitive prices.
Trained to NASDU (and BIPDT) standards
Our handlers and dogs meet National Association of Security Dog Users ( NASDU) training standards, or (BIPDT ) and comply with BS 8517-1:2009 Part 1: Code of Practice for the use of General Purpose Security Dogs.