Providing a 24/7 in-house security service to all students, staff and visitors.
What We Do
- Responding to calls of service
- Routine foot and mobile patrols
- Checking, locking and unlocking buildings
- Routine Health & Safety checks
- Administering First Aid
- Reporting crimes/incidents
- Recording, safekeeping and disposing of all found property
- Overseeing access rights for users and door schedules
- Advising on crime detection and prevention
- Manning CCTV systems
- Sound level monitoring of events and parties
- Management of keys
- Out-of-hours emergency contractor call-outs
We work closely with the local community, including the Police, to provide a constant presence to all and we also have two PCSOs within our team.
If you require a room to be added to your access card, this request will need to be authorised by your Line/Department Manager and sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org . You can view our Access Control Code of Practice here.
If you are experiencing issues with your door (low on battery, unable to gain access etc.) you can log a job on the Facilities Helpdesk.
Updating your card
This is required every 90 days and can be done by holding your card against a card reader (image above) until it goes green.
Our Control Room Operators monitor the CCTV systems, fire status and intruder and refuge alarms across all of the University estate. We have our main Control Room located on St Johns Campus behind Main Reception and we also have a supporting Control Room based at City Campus behind Charles Hastings Reception.
Training & Accreditations
All of our team undertake regular training and we are all DBS checked. We are also fully SIA licensed and are members of the Community Safety Accreditation Scheme that is supported by West Mercia Police. We also regularly share information with local Worcester authorities at “Team Worcester” to contribute to making the city of Worcester a safer place.
"The Security Industry Authority is the organisation responsible for regulating the private security industry.We are an independent body reporting to the Home Secretary, under the terms of the Private Security Industry Act 2001."