Local company with national resources

STANLEY Security designs, installs, monitors and services systems for industrial, government, commercial, residential and national account customers.

STANLEY Security represents a network of resources, state-of-the-art technology and a culture dedicated to excellence; where its employees have the training, the equipment and the processes they need to deliver the finest security solutions in the industry.

STANLEY Security provides the best of both worlds, a local company with global resources and one of the most trusted names in security. While we're proud to be a global player, we never lose sight of how important it is to understand and serve each community with local people. STANLEY Security builds on STANLEY's development of the first automatic door integrated solutions that provide wall-to-wall security, including doors, hardware, software and service.

Protecting what's important to you

STANLEY Security has been providing world-class service for over 50 years with over 300,000 satisfied customers. Our advanced technology has allowed us to assist in over 170,000+ police apprehensions, with an average police response time to verified alarm of 3.5 minutes.

Stanley Black & Decker

STANLEY Security is a division of STANLEY Black & Decker (NYSE:SWK), one of the 500 largest public companies in the U.S., worth over 10 billion USD. STANLEY Black & Decker operates in 131 locations worldwide, with 45,000+ employees and 50,000 products. The Group is a diversified global provider of hand tools, power tools and related accessories, mechanical access solutions and electronic security solutions, engineered fastening systems, and more.

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Latest Blog

  • Securing your start-up - 4 things you need to know
    Securing your start-up: 4 things you need to know
    16 October 2019

    Securing your start-up - 4 things you need to know

    Moving into your first premises is a big moment for start-up businesses and it comes with many responsibilities – one of which is to ensure you provide a safe and secure environment in which to conduct business. It is vital to anticipate potential security risks, and high up on your list should be intrusion prevention. 

     
  • Commercial kitchen fire suppression systems
    11 October 2019

    Commercial kitchen fire suppression systems

    5 reasons you should have one A fire suppression system is an automatic system designed to control and neutralise fires without the need for human intervention.  Rather than ‘putting the fire out’, as you would with a sprinkler system (which can cause extensive damage in itself), most suppression systems are designed to starve the fire of oxygen; without oxygen, the fire cannot take hold.

     
  • 3 key security considerations for architects designing smarter brick-and-mortar retail spaces
    07 October 2019

    3 key security considerations for architects designing smarter brick-and-mortar retail spaces

    Brick-and-mortar retail stores are making a comeback, reinventing themselves as smart, technology driven experiential spaces. As the stores of the future gear up to create a multi-dimensional and indelible customer experience, the architect’s role in giving security careful design consideration becomes increasingly more important.

     

Blog

  • 16 October 2019

    Securing your start-up - 4 things you need to know

    Moving into your first premises is a big moment for start-up businesses and it comes with many responsibilities – one of which is to ensure you provide a safe and secure environment in which to conduct business. It is vital to anticipate potential security risks, and high up on your list should be intrusion prevention. 

     
  • 11 October 2019

    Commercial kitchen fire suppression systems

    5 reasons you should have one A fire suppression system is an automatic system designed to control and neutralise fires without the need for human intervention.  Rather than ‘putting the fire out’, as you would with a sprinkler system (which can cause extensive damage in itself), most suppression systems are designed to starve the fire of oxygen; without oxygen, the fire cannot take hold.

     
  • 07 October 2019

    3 key security considerations for architects designing smarter brick-and-mortar retail spaces

    Brick-and-mortar retail stores are making a comeback, reinventing themselves as smart, technology driven experiential spaces. As the stores of the future gear up to create a multi-dimensional and indelible customer experience, the architect’s role in giving security careful design consideration becomes increasingly more important.

     
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