Jacksons Fencing News

Restoring faith in security: safety issues surrounding places of worship

In a multi-faith society, individuals should have the freedom to practice their faith in complete safety. It’s taken a long time for the right to freedom of belief in the UK to be enshrined in law – the Human Rights Act 1998 protects public worship – yet there are signs that religious intolerance is on the increase. Hate crime offences on the rise Home Office figures show that hate crime offences in England and Wales have been rising steadily over the past six years, with 7,...

Securing healthcare facilities

COVID-19 has sparked a flurry of criminal activity across the country, with a particular increase in petty crimes perpetrated against UK healthcare facilities. Bike theft, slashed ambulance tyres and stolen oxygen canisters are just some of the misdemeanours which have significantly grown in frequency since the coronavirus lockdown began in March 2020.  Given the constant, essential work carried out by health services, it’s clear the utmost must be done to protect its physical assets...

Jacksons Fencing announces adding Impakt Defender temporary HVM barriers to its inventory

UK security fencing manufacturer Jacksons Fencing has expanded its hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM) range by adding the Impakt Defender temporary HVM barrier by Rosehill Security, renowned global provider of engineered rubber perimeter security products and ballistic solutions. Jacksons Fencing now has exclusive rights within the UK for both direct sales of the innovative barrier, as well as hire markets. Impakt Defender HVM barrier Impakt Defender is IWA-14 rated, capable of stopping a 7.2 t...

Jacksons Fencing 'Protecting the Future' report highlights architects’ views on school safety

A third of architects say that schools have weak points in their perimeters and entrances Multiple entry points are the biggest access control challenge affecting schools (90%) Nearly all architects are familiar with Secured by Design standards (95%) 71% of refurbishment specifications are identical to the original ones Jacksons Fencing, the UK perimeter security manufacturer, releases insights into architects’ views on school safety from its report ‘Protecting the Future&rsq...

Jacksons Fencing’s EuroGuard perimeter security solutions safeguard Portsmouth Retail Park

UK perimeter solutions manufacturer, Jacksons Fencing, has recently completed a project at Portsmouth Retail Park, the latest addition to Portsmouth City Council’s investment portfolio. The £17m development aims to generate up to £1m a year for local services, create jobs and contribute to the city’s revitalisation. Development and construction firm Simons Group undertook the 70,000 sq. ft. build while Jacksons Fencing won the tender to supply and install fencing and acc...

Security & Counter Terror Expo 2016 to provide knowledge for protecting nations and assets

The Security & Counter Terror Expo will provide valuable knowledge to those tasked with protecting nations and assets Over recent years the threat of terrorism has increased exponentially and today terrorist activity is undertaken on an almost a daily basis. In 2015 alone, there were more than 380 recorded terrorist attacks by violent non-state actors for political or unknown motives. These attacks are now wide reaching and intercontinental. The Nigerian government is...

Bombs away

Jacksons Fine Fencing's latest project proved slightly more hazardous than normal - the site on which they planned to install boundary fencing also included twenty unexploded World War 2 pipe bombs.The Coastguard and Hampshire Police air unit recently acquired the former Navy airfield, HMS Daedalus, in Lee on Solent in Hampshire.Jacksons were given the mammoth task of installing Euro-Guard Extra boundary fencing to secure the site that is 400 acres with three multi-directional runways - a ta...