FGH Security win Champion of Champions award

The 2021 Security and Fire Excellence Awards took place on November 23. It was one for the history books for team members here at FGH Security. The London Hilton on Park Lane was “our Wembley” on the night.  England legend of ’66, Sir Geoff Hurst made a special guest appearance to honour us.  Certainly, as […]

Retail Security London – JD Sports Expansion

JD Sports Retail Security Contract

Our team at New West End Company recently collaborated with the Metropolitan Police Service on Project Servator. Project Servator aims to deter, detect and disrupt a range of criminal activity, including terrorism, while providing a reassuring presence for the public.
FGH have worked with New West End Company (the business partnership which represents 600 businesses in London’s West End & Mayfair) since April 2021, and we work to make the West End’s International Centre more diverse, sustainable, and exciting!

Our team are extremely committed to keeping the West End safe and so were happy to undertake some training, led by PC Brian Masters of the Metropolitan Police Service. The training begun with an introduction to Project Servador, which gave an insight into looking for anomalous behaviour, finding the baseline of an area and what to do if someone is acting out of the ordinary or responding to a security presence negatively.
The team then headed out in 3 groups and joined up with 7 Project Servator officers to Oxford Circus and Selfridges to take a look at the crowds and pick up on anyone acting suspiciously.
In total throughout the course of the training session, around 10 individuals were stopped and spoken to, including 2 undercover police officers!
This was a fantastic opportunity for the NWEC team to upskill and the training was well received by the Security Officers. We will look to collaborate on more projects going forward to provide refresher training for the team.

Project Servator – London Security Team collaborate with the Met Police Service

Our team at New West End Company recently collaborated with the Metropolitan Police Service on Project Servator. Project Servator aims to deter, detect and disrupt a range of criminal activity, including terrorism, while providing a reassuring presence for the public.
FGH have worked with New West End Company (the business partnership which represents 600 businesses in London’s West End & Mayfair) since April 2021, and we work to make the West End’s International Centre more diverse, sustainable, and exciting!

Our team are extremely committed to keeping the West End safe and so were happy to undertake some training, led by PC Brian Masters of the Metropolitan Police Service. The training begun with an introduction to Project Servador, which gave an insight into looking for anomalous behaviour, finding the baseline of an area and what to do if someone is acting out of the ordinary or responding to a security presence negatively.
The team then headed out in 3 groups and joined up with 7 Project Servator officers to Oxford Circus and Selfridges to take a look at the crowds and pick up on anyone acting suspiciously.
In total throughout the course of the training session, around 10 individuals were stopped and spoken to, including 2 undercover police officers!
This was a fantastic opportunity for the NWEC team to upskill and the training was well received by the Security Officers. We will look to collaborate on more projects going forward to provide refresher training for the team.

FGH wins major London contract

We are delighted to announce that we have been appointed as the Security Team for New West End Company, the business partnership which represents 600 businesses in London’s West End & Mayfair. We will be working with New West End Company over the next five years to make the West End’s International Centre the most diverse, […]

FGH wins Event security team of the year for the 3rd time at OSPAS

This week, the 5 annual Outstanding Security Performance Awards took place and FGH are proud that we have received the award for the Outstanding Event Security Team for the third year running! The OSPA’s recognise companies and individuals across the security industry by providing an opportunity for outstanding performers to be acknowledged and celebrated. We […]

Amy is a finalist at the WIS awards

We are so pleased that our operations manager, Amy Stanley is a finalist at the Professional Magazine Women in Security Awards. Amy has been with us for 8 years and has worked at some of our biggest deployments. As a devout Liverpool Football Club Fan, her most memorable FGH role was working as the Silver […]

FGH partners with TSS

In the lead up to lockdown, we, like many others were unsure of the implications or effect that this virus would have on us. But when it started to affect our regular work on over the one-hundred sites we cover weekly, we had to take it seriously. We lost 90% of our work, and with […]