Our Responsibility in the Community

L A D Security Services strives to create a positive impact on society while doing business.

Some examples of our community responsibility:

Matric Dance Save

LAD Security Services - Matric Dance Save - Community Commitment - in Durban, KZN, South Africa

The child in the picture is Felicia Mcubuse a Grade 12 pupil at Lamontville High School. She asked LAD Security Services to sponsor her for her Matric Dance as she could not afford to attend. LAD Security Services sponsored the R 500.00 for her to attend. The picture depicts Llewellyn Joyce (General Manager) handing over the cheque to Felecia

Good Sportsmanship

LAD Security Service : Air Gun Club - Community Responsibility  based in Durban, KZN, South Africa

LAD Security Services is the proud sponsor of Highway Air Gun Club; in the interest of good sportsmanship and airgun safety.

Electronic Profile

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  • Personal Safety Awareness

    Be crime conscious Be aware of your surroundings and the people around you Know all emergency numbers Trust your instinct Avoid talking to strangers Avoid going onto a congested street Avoid displaying valuables Walk in well-lit busy streets and in a group, if possible Keep your cellular phone away from the public eye

    Source: SAPS
  • Personal Safety Awareness at the ATM

    Be alert and conscious of your surroundings Never give your card or PIN to anyone, for any reason Don't write your PIN on the card or anything kept with the card Do not insert your card until asked to Never use an ATM with a blank or poorly lit screen Stand close to the ATM and use your body and hand as shield when keying in your pin Keep your hand over the card slot Never accept help from strangers when using an ATM Criminals work in teams - one to distract you while the other steals your card or money If your card is retained immediately phone to stop your card Guards discourage criminal activities and cannot help you with transactions If you need help, ask a bank official Set a daily ATM withdrawal limit at your branch

    Source: SAPS
  • Safety Awareness at Home


    A high fence around the house with lockable gates, is much safer than a high wall due to the advantage of the improved visibility it provides.

    The primary aim of the fence is to make access/intrusion difficult and to allow dogs to move freely around the house.

    Ensure that your gates are locked at all times and that the keys cannot be reached easily and are not lying around uncontrolled.

    Security gates with sturdy locks in front of each outer door as well as burglar proofing covering all windows, are recommended.

    The following devices prevent easy access:

    Window bars Security doors Security gates Razor wire Additional locking devices on doors Strengthening of doors Peepholes in the doors Safety chains to doors Intercom system between the home and gate, front door or garage
    Source: SAPS
  • Alarm Systems

    An alarm system, preferably connected to an armed response company, can act as an effective deterrent

    In the rural environment a siren/alarm on the roof that can be heard over a long distance and that can be activated by means of a switch/panic button in the house, is recommended

    A few switches/panic buttons in different rooms of the house should preferably be installed

    An alarm must also have the capability to warn the occupants of any intrusion into the house

    Examples of alarm systems:

    Mechanical and/or electrical (purchased types) Improvised systems Threaded tins Threaded pieces of iron Gravel on window panes, pathways or around the home Obstacles that can make a noise when moved Biological Systems: Dogs Geese Ostriches
    Source: SAPS
  • Security Lights

    Security lights on the outside of the house improve the physical protection of a house, farm or smallholding. The lights must be directed away from the house and must allow the occupants to use the windows without being observed from outside. Be aware of possible shadows and blind spots.
    Source: SAPS
  • Access and Key Control

    Do not allow strangers on your premises or in your house without having properly identifying the person, especially at night. Implement proper key control measures. Identify keys by means of codes instead of indicating in writing on labels to which gate/door access can be gained. Keys to the safe must be kept on the person. Never hide any keys in traditional places, such as in pot plants or under doormats. Keys in the keyhole on the inside of the front or back door should be turned to avoid easy removal. Never allow strangers to handle keys or look at key numbers. Change locks when keys are lost. Insert barring devices in door locks. Remove keys from doors when leaving.
  • Communication

    There should be two systems for alternative back up: Telephone Cellular phone Have the telephone installed where it is easily accessible from anywhere in the house. Inform your children not to give an indication that adult supervision is not available when they answer the phone.