About Us

What we do

  • Prevent theft in your workplace
  • Comprehensive advice from ex-police officers
  • Complete service including procurement advice, installation management, monitoring and reporting
  • Fast, professional and discreet service
  • Improve staff moral
  • We provide security consultation services to UK businesses in order to reduce the impact of crime and procedural issues.
  • We carry out security audits and investigations.
  • We are completely independent.
  • We are members of the association of security consultants.
  • We recommend the best equipment for the job and are completely unbiased

What we don’t do

  • We do not sell or install any security equipment.
  • We do not recommend specific brands or earn commission from any security related suppliers.

Meet the Senior Management Team

Luke Denton

A senior manager in a retail environment with a thorough understanding of the retail sector. Trained as an electromechanical engineer, Luke has a thorough technical grounding. Shortly Now a Company director, Luke’s vast experience in security, retail and leisure would be invaluable to Crimewave clients. With a keen eye for detail and committed to high-quality service delivery, Luke is ideally positioned to help companies to reduce crime and increase the profitability.

Justin Hammond

A British Police Officer with Thames Valley Police for 15 years. Justin joined the Police cadets aged just 16. During his service he held a number of roles including investigation, public disorder and mounted Police experience. Justin started a new venture in 2009. In only 3 years, he took the company from zero to £1.8 million turnover with substantial profitability year on year.

In 2012 the Company was sold to a larger Company in the same industry. Justin and Luke now run Crimewave as co-Directors.

Paul Taylor

Paul joined Crimewave in June 2014 having previously spent 30 years working in central government (the Foreign & Commonwealth Office) heading up teams in the areas of resource management, financial compliance, business redevelopment and training .

He left the Foreign Office in 2012 and worked with the Alzheimer’s Society as a befriender and public speaker promoting awareness of the disease and volunteer opportunities. In 2013 he went to work for Asda where he headed up the Store Admin and Cash Office teams, this involved cash handling, stock control, asset management, shrinkage and store security.

The move to Crimewave in 2014 was a natural progression for him to pursue his interest in the areas of loss prevention and security. His current areas of responsibilities are lead auditor for a number of Costa and KFC contracts.

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