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Residential Security Maryborough

November 11, 2011

Located in the heart of central goldfields, Maryborough is an easy two hour drive from Melbourne – a beautiful town in between Ballarat and Bendigo. While we don’t want people to feel ill at ease, we want residents to feel secure in their own home which is why we provide Maryborough residential security systems. Our...


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Industrial and Commercial Security Mildura

October 11, 2011

Mildura is a glorious little cultural hub on the Murray River of north western Victoria hosting many festivals such as the Mildura Country Music Festival, Jazz Food and Wine Festival, Mildura Writers Festival and the Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival. With recent redevelopments in the town’s centre there has been an increase in demand for industrial and commercial security...


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New Range of Security Services Available in Donald

September 14, 2011

Many of our clients may not be aware that we provide our security services all over regional Victoria including Donald and surrounding areas. At Sectrol we have now simplified our range of services into five distinct categories: residential security, commercial and industrial security, office security, government security and manpower security. If you live or have...


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Commercial Security Tips for Halls Gap

August 19, 2011

If you have a business in Halls Gap, talk to Sectrol about commercial security. As commercial properties are typically left unattended at night and on weekends, your business may require additional security. This is particularly important if you store valuable stock, tools or goods on the premises. Security doors and security screens are good at detering theft and break-ins...


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Security Clunes

July 19, 2011

As part of our dedication to make our range of security services available all over Victoria, we also provide security in Clunes. Nestled in the Hepburn Shire, between Ballarat and Maryborough, Clunes has a population of just over one thousand. Due to the small population, the crime rates in Clunes are relatively low with the...


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Creswick Security

June 7, 2011

Creswick is a small regional town in Victoria just north of Ballarat and just over an hour’s drive from Melbourne. As Sectrol Security provides our complete range of security services all over regional Victoria, we are often asked to help with security Creswick. While the crime rates in Creswick are quite low, the most common...


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Swan Hill and Echuca Security

May 3, 2011

Echuca Security According to the Herald Sun Crime Figures Echuca crime rates have been decreasing since 2005-2006 which is always great to see. Perhaps the people of Echuca are conscientious about their security measures. We certainly provide plenty of security services Echuca but are always happy to do more. Whether you have a home, business or both...


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Security in Warrnambool, Portland and Port Fairy

April 11, 2011

Sectrol Security are happy to travel all along the Surf Coast as far as Warrnambool, Port Fairy and Portland. All of these places have relatively low crime rates, but according to the Herald Sun Crime Figures website the most common crimes are: Warrnambool – property damage; Port Fairy – theft (other than car, home or...


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Home safety vital

March 26, 2011

Ballarat’s The Courier security poll This article published in The Courier on March 26, 2011 explains how one in three Australian’s over 50 have been the victim of a break-in while at home. Senior Constable Janine Walker suggests leaving your spare key with a trusted neighbour rather than hidden somewhere on your property where thieves...


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Security in Bendigo

March 8, 2011

Bendigo is just over an hour from Melbourne, close to the geographical centre of the state, with a population just under 90,000. After noticing that a high level of the crime committed in Bendigo is shop lifting and stealing, Sectrol Security are placing a focus on commercial security Bendigo. If you run a small business or...


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