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Corps Security Expands Glasgow Monitoring Team

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Corps Monitoring, a division of certified Social Enterprise, Corps Security, has appointed Andy Mounsey as Monitoring Technical Director and promoted Ross Doolan to the position of Monitoring Control Room Manager. 

Mounsey served previously as Operations Manager at Orbis Protect for 14 years, where he oversaw the company’s Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) and supported the integration of new products and technologies.

In his new role, he will maximise the potential of the NSI Gold Cat II accredited Corps Monitoring Centre (CMC) and explore new avenues and technologies, while supporting and developing the team in the ARC.

Corps’ values and ethos clearly demonstrate what is important to the business and I was immediately attracted by the team’s principles and its focus on delivering the best possible service to clients.

He says: “I could see so much potential for growth in monitoring and to make the most of the excellent facility in Glasgow. Corps’ values and ethos clearly demonstrate what is important to the business and I was immediately attracted by the team’s principles and its focus on delivering the best possible service to clients.”

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Doolan, who has been with Corps for almost six years, will support the team of operators in the ARC, and ensure correct handling of alarms in line with NSI guidelines.

He says: “I am incredibly proud to be leading the Monitoring Control Room team. Since joining Corps, I have felt like I belong to a family, and not just a business.”

Corps Monitoring provides CCTV, fire and alarm monitoring, personal protection services and key holding services.

Visit www.corpsmonitoring.co.uk.

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