Public Sector Security

Overseeing a public sector office environment, hospital or school is a challenging job for many reasons, but one of the most important tasks involved is keeping the staff, patients, students, information and office valuables safe from internal theft and/or burglary.

Many public sector managers may not think that their institutions are an attractive target for thieves, but they could not be more wrong. Computers, laptops, mobile devices, expensive projection and AV equipment, and even petty cash are all often left on site, and these are highly sought after in burglary cases.

Make sure your school, GP surgery, hospital or office security plan includes a reliable alarm system overseen by a top ranked security company. Other additions may include CCTV surveillance, gates or swipe card operated doors leading to important areas of the building. All members of our staff are fully CRB checked as we often visit schools and areas of the public.

Local Authorities

Local authorities have a duty to serve their communities, includes the provision of safe housing, public services and recreational facilities. After all, everyone has a right to live life without looking over their shoulder.


We work with local schools, colleges and universities to improve the security of their premises using a range of products from CCTV and security barriers through to master lock systems and alarms. All our installers are fully CRB checked and have previous experience working in school environments.


Security in hospitals and surgeries is a serious issue, Lockrite Security have an experienced team that can design and install a range of security systems that are tailored to your requirements. Healthcare providers have the right to feel safe as they work and be able to provide medical care without risk, just as patients need to feel safe and relaxed in order to recover from illness and trauma.

We also work in the following Public Security Sectors

  • Hospitals, Clinics and Doctors Surgeries
  • Dentists
  • Nurseries
  • Retirement, Care and Residential Homes
  • Community Centres
  • Council Buildings
  • Government Buildings
  • Housing Associations
  • Charities
  • Court Buildings
  • Crime Prevention Services