“We are absolutely delighted to have joined Secured by Design. This is showing our commitment to safety, security and the first class workmanship throughout the whole Page Group range of products within the industry”
Page Group (Peterborough) Limited, is one of the latest companies to join Secured by Design (SBD), the national police crime prevention initiative which works alongside Police Forces throughout the UK to reduce crime and design out crime.
Page Group are a family run business manufacturing and installing aluminium windows, doors and curtain walling, louvres, solar shading & roof glazing.
Established in 1996, the company moved to its own purpose built premises in 2006.and handles all the factors of contracts in house.
You can find out about all of Page Group’s SBD accredited products here: http://www.securedbydesign.com/members/page-group-peterborough-ltd/
SBD Development Officer Doug Skins said: “I’m really pleased that Page Group have joined Secured by Design as a new member. By signing up and having products accredited to the Police Preferred Specification they are showing their commitment to safety and security. I’m aware of some excellent projects that they are involved in and am really looking forward to working with them”.
Page Group said: “We are absolutely delighted to have joined Secured by Design. This is showing our commitment to safety, security and the first class workmanship throughout the whole Page Group range of products within the industry”.
SBD is a police-owned organisation that works on behalf of the Police Service throughout the UK to deliver a wide range of crime prevention and demand reduction initiatives.
SBD plays a significant crime prevention role in the planning process to design out crime in a wide range of building sectors. It has achieved some significant success including one million homes built to SBD standards with reductions in crime of up to 87%.
SBD have many partner organisations, ranging from the Home Office, Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government and the Police Service through to local authorities, housing associations, developers and manufacturers and work closely with standards and certification bodies to ensure that their publicly available standards actually meet the needs of the police and public alike.
Products must be subjected to vigorous testing and auditing by an accredited third party organisation before being allowed to carry the SBD logo – this is the only way for companies to obtain police accreditation for security related products in the UK.