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CAP Security Services | 2019 Highlights

December 5, 2019

What a year! As the lights go out on 2019, and we look to the new year ahead, it would be remiss not to reflect on the highlights of a successful and fun-filled year. Even after more than 25 years delivering security services to our state’s favourite venues, the team at CAP Security Services never…Read more.

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Keep your worksite safe

October 17, 2019

The construction and mining industries are large contributors to the Queensland economy. These businesses, like many others, need comprehensive security to protect themselves from various threats. Securable assets for these industries include worksites, workers, equipment, valuables and sensitive information. Equipment ranges from small tech devices, all the way through to cranes and large transport vehicles.…Read more.

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Venue Spotlight: Brisbane Racing Club

September 30, 2019

We’ve had the pleasure of working with the Brisbane Racing Club (BRC) since August 2018, and it’s been an exciting first year of partnering with them. BRC is the leading metropolitan race club in Queensland, hosting more than 70 events and over 200,000 patrons each year between the Doomben and Eagle Farm racecourses.  Racecourses Eagle…Read more.

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The Importance of Crowd Management Plans

August 1, 2019

Queensland is known as a state that likes to celebrate. Festivals, performances and sporting events take place year-round in the Sunshine State as our weather and beautiful landscapes lend themselves well to outdoor activities. Each year, the Queensland government has seen an increasing number of applications for large-scale events as well as applications to increase…Read more.

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Burglaries in Winter: Time to Amp up your Security

July 4, 2019

Insurance claims peak every year in winter, and statistics show that burglary rates increase by up to 20 percent. Accidents are also more common, and security systems, in general, are put to the test. Business owners would be wise to reassess their security measures and consider making changes to provide extra protection for the winter…Read more.


Digital ID’s and the Future of Identity Verification

June 5, 2019

As the world becomes increasingly digitised, governments and security must adapt quickly. The introduction of digital membership cards and Apple Pay saw the beginning of our wallets going digital, with the next step being digital identification. Originally created to be used as a way to prove a person’s online identity to better access government services,…Read more.

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The Importance of First Aid-trained Security Teams

May 21, 2019

The primary job of our team is to protect the health and safety of all patrons at the venues we service. To ensure our staff is prepared for a range of situations they may encounter in the field, we provide and encourage extensive training – with First Aid as a compulsory course. We look after…Read more.


Maintaining the Mosh: Concert and Festival Security

April 1, 2019

Born from the hardcore punk and metal scenes of the 80s, mosh pits are now a staple at many music gigs across genres. Categorised by their rough nature which can involve dancers pushing each other, mosh pits evoke a mixed reaction by most concertgoers who are usually divided by their love or hate of ‘moshing’.…Read more.