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Oxehealth - Mental Healthcare Observations
Fire Risk Assessment
Connected Hospitality
Healthcare Solutions
Campus Lockdown Solutions
Connected Assets
Education Solutions
Transport & Logistic Solutions
Intrusion Detection
Video Surveillance
Fire Detection
Paging & Intercom Systems
Retail Solutions
Time & Attendance & Access Control
Digital TV

Contact Us

For all commercial and technical enquiries please contact us at Stanley House.

Stanley House
Bramble Road

Sales: +44 (0) 844 254 0032
Service: +44 (0) 845 301 6192
Facsimile: +44 (0) 1793 615848

Telephone calls to STANLEY Security may be monitored or recorded for training and quality purposes.

Registered Office: STANLEY Security - Europe Limited, Stanley House
Bramble Road, Swindon, Wilts SN2 8ER Registered No: 875534 VAT No: 232 2446 95


Rail and Public Transport

Details of train times to and from Swindon can be obtained at the Great Western Railway website, Or by telephoning National Railway Enquiries on 08457 484950. Stanley House is best reached from the Swindon Railway Station by taxi. A taxi rank is situated directly outside the Station.

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You can find full directions from anywhere and other useful information at Google Maps or Multimap


STANLEY Security Blog news

INTERVIEW: Ashley Hickling, Sales Executive - Senior Account Manager.

In the security industry quality product is vital, of course, but the adage that ‘people buy from people’ is never truer as organisations rely on us to keep them safe and secure.  And we have some great people, that’s for sure!  We’d like to introduce you to one of them - Ashley Hickling, Sales Executive - Senior Account Manager.


INTERVIEW Stephen Hodgkinson-Soto, STANLEY Security GB Service Director


August will mark one year in the post of Service Director GB for Stephen Hodgkinson-Soto.  A lot can happen in a year, so we put some questions to Stephen to see what his key achievements have been to date.


FEATURE: Security systems for building access 


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Restricted access sites that have a large number of vehicles entering and leaving are tricky to manage from a safety and security perspective.  You don’t want to impede the flow of traffic, yet at the same time you want to ensure only authorised vehicles are gaining access.

STANLEY Security recently completed a security installation for a logistics company facing this exact dilemma.  The market leading company delivers several million customer orders nationwide every year and has a network of premises and a substantial fleet of delivery vehicles to make this possible.

The existing security arrangements at one of their sites was proving insufficient to deal with the increasing number of HGVs and vans. STANLEY Security was asked to provide a suitable solution.

Having reviewed the site and its operation in considerable detail, we designed not only a security scheme for the company but also an improved traffic flow for the site.  A new customer for STANLEY Security, they were pleased with our recommendations and the installation proceeded at a rapid pace.

barrierwebThere are three separate vehicle access points at the site; one for HGVs, one for delivery vans and the other for staff.  There is also one separate HGV exit.  We have installed traffic barriers at each of these locations, along with PAC proximity access control and Videx intercom systems.  A CCTV camera has also been fitted at each of the incoming access points.

Now when vehicles attend site authorised staff gain fast access via the PAC access control system and, as it’s proximity based, do not need to leave their vehicles; the barrier automatically opens for them.  Visitors, on the other hand, request access using the intercom which the gatekeeper then actions.

All security equipment feeds back to an on-site security room.

The solution is a simple, but effective one.  It’s also highly affordable, thanks in part to STANLEY AssureSTANLEY Assure is STANLEY Security’s finance solution that provides customers with up to date security technology without the risks of ownership and with evenly spread, manageable payment terms.

stanley security assure finance Through STANLEY Assure, we buy back a company’s existing equipment at its residual or market value and take over that security system (regardless of whether we have supplied it or not).  We then upgrade it to an agreed value to ensure it meets a customer’s needs and incorporates the latest security technology.  We then they hire it back to the customer on evenly spread, manageable payment terms. It provides an affordable means of upgrading a complete security system and removes the need to justify and raise significant capital outlay in a depreciating asset.  It’s also good for cash flow as you know exactly what you’re paying each month.

For this particular client, the agreement is for a four-year period. 

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FEATURE: By Derek McLean, Head of Technology Solutions at STANLEY Security GB

Over half of all companies in the Fortune 500* have gone bankrupt, been acquired or ceased to exist since the beginning of the millennia.  What’s more, it’s predicted that a further 40% will follow the same path in the next decade.  Never, it would seem, has the phrase ‘Innovate or Die!’ been more apt.


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STANLEY Security employees prepare for the gruelling 100km challenge

For the second year running, James Clark, Mark Walker, Jason Wescombe, Clive Hudson and support driver John Ensten will take on the challenge to complete the Trailwalker in aid of Oxfam and the Gurkha Welfare Trust.

Trailwalker UK is an endurance race where teams of four attempt to complete a 100km walk across South Downs Way in under 30 hours. Organised in partnership with Oxfam, Trailwalker is the ultimate in long-distance challenges.

d147fc01 16ea 4ace 8329 eefaf3473842James Clark,  General Manager, National and Key Accounts at STANLEY Security said: “The Trailwalker challenge is a very intense course due to the distance and the changes in altitude. The challenge is a great way to test our limits.  Money raised will help support the worthwhile work Oxfam and Gurkha Welfare Trust do to tackle poverty around the world.”

The race starts at Queen Elizabeth Country Park, and the Trailwalker route takes teams along the South Downs Way all the way to the finish line at Brighton Racecourse.

Trailwalker started out as a military training exercise in Hong Kong in 1981. Organised by the Queen’s Gurkha Signals, and taking place along the famous Maclehose Trail, the activity sought to test the endurance and teamwork of soldiers of the Queen’s Gurkha Signals over a long and arduous course. Since the return of the brigade of Gurkhas to the UK in 1997, the Queen’s Gurkha Signals sought to continue the tradition of Exercise Trailwalker.

The STANLEY Security Team have been busy fundraising and hope to raise £2,000 for this good cause. If you would like to donate, visit please


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