CityBodyguard boasts a full team of highly experienced operatives, from our response units, through to our management team. This foundation creates a cohesive working space and allows us our teams to communicate and work together seamlessly for the benefit of our customer base.
Our response workforce currently consists of multiple response teams made up of Close Protection Officers and HCPC/IHCD qualified Paramedics (this team make up will differ depending on the situation selected through the application, selecting the most appropriate team to assist in your situation).
All of our staff hold the relevant accreditations to operate within their role’s specifications, so rest assured, we will always deliver the highest level of service we can. Please see below for an outline of the standard of accreditation our staff must have in order to work with City Bodyguard:
Available via the london.gov.uk website, the average response time statistics for the areas we currently cover in 2021 (based on the Urgency Code scale the Metropolitan Police utilise in 999 calls), state as follows:
Kensington & Chelsea
‘R’ grade calls are calls where a police attendance is not required. This typically means that the caller has been dealt with appropriately by the call handler.
Based on the data available, the average response time for an (I – Immediate) situation in our covered areas is 9m 54s. For an (S – Significant) grade emergency, the wait time for a Police response is 1h 10m 14s.
This data highlights some very alarming statistics for all who read it. In any circumstances outside of a life-threatening situation; as an individual, at home or at your business premises, you will not receive Police support until it is too late… and this is exactly why our customers utilise City Bodyguard. Your safety is our priority, and we guarantee to arrive at the scene in no more than six minutes.