Mr Said told Mosman Collective his patrols actively monitor residential premises, checking for unusual activity.
Mr Said told Mosman Collective his patrols actively monitor residential premises, checking for unusual activity and keeping the streets safe from criminal activity.
“From 11pm nightly, we are driving around several streets and looking out for things like open garage doors, unsecured cars and people loitering,” he said.
“Our security vehicles are marked cars and they serve as an immediate deterrent if someone is up to no good.
“Residents who join our service have random and constant checks on their property late at night and in the early hours of the morning.”
The new security service will be operational between 11pm and 5am every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights. Image: Graham Monro.
As a Wrightway Security subscriber, locals have direct access to a dedicated patrol vehicle’s phone number, enabling you to promptly report any suspicious activity outside your premises.
“Additionally, we maintain direct communication with the local police, with whom our Managing Director has already discussed our Mosman operation,” Mr Said said.
“They have expressed support and provided a 24-hour direct number for immediate reporting.
“In case of any suspicious activity, our officers will notify the police, and if necessary, a response vehicle will be dispatched.”
Local residents are being encouraged to lock up following a spate of recent break ins. Image: Graham Monro.
The security service will be operational between 11pm and 5am, seven nights a week.
“Our minimum target is 50 subscribers to ensure the sustainability of this initiative,” Mr Said told Mosman Collective.
“As our subscription base grows, we plan to introduce more local areas to our patrol perimeters.”
If you would like more information on this new service, contact Wrightway Security HERE.