BikeTrac has today confirmed its partnership with global security services provider, Securitas, in a bid to offer customers even greater chances of recovery when Police resources are stretched.
Despite BikeTrac offering one of the best recovery rates in the business – an impressive 94% in the last 10 years, Police resources are more stretched now than ever, with serious crime pushing forces up and down the country to the limit. Securitas, with its national network of mobile security officers, aims to galvanise BikeTrac’s proven success rate.
BikeTrac Sales and Marketing Director, Bill Taylor, explained, “We are extremely proud of our recovery rate, which is very much down to the great support we have had and still have from police forces across the UK. While the support is still generally very good, there are occasions where we cannot get an officer on scene as quickly as we’d like, which is where Securitas will step in.
“Thanks to their expertise and national network, should such a situation arise now, we will be able to despatch a CRB checked Securitas Protective Services Officer to the scene, to quickly confirm the stolen bike’s location and secure it pending arrival of police or the owner.”
On top of this additional service, which will be free to existing customers, BikeTrac’s partnership with SOS Motorcycle Recovery means a discounted rate is also available for collection from the scene too if required.
Securitas spokesperson, Richard Field, Sales Director, Mobile added “In Securitas we make a promise to our clients to keep their people, property and assets safe. Our promise, when combined with our core values of integrity, vigilance and helpfulness, help us create a safer society for everyone.
“Bike Trac share the same values as Securitas, and we’re proud to be working in partnership to help protect their client’s most valuable assets.”
BikeTrac customers benefit immediately from this new service by Securitas – another reason to choose the longest established dedicated motorcycle tracking device on the market.
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