1022 days ago

Security Research

The Team from Matrix Security

Matrix Security would like to inform our customers and other consumers of security related products/services of an important research project being led by Dr T Bradley, Victoria University of Wellington. The project aims to understand why a growing number of New Zealand households are turning to private security for protection and what this tells us about public perceptions of crime and policing.

Information will be gathered from consumers on what security-related products (e.g. alarms) and services (e.g. alarm monitoring) they use, the reasons why they purchase these products and services, how they ‘shop’ for them and how and why they choose or select one ‘service provider’ (e.g. company) over another.

The success of the project depends on attracting a meaningful sample of consumers. If you are interested in taking part please follow this link - goo.gl... . It will take you straight to the questionnaire (around 12-14 minutes to complete). Once this has been completed you will be invited to join a local focus group (60 mins) to discuss the findings of the questionnaire. Simply enter an e-mail address so that the research team can contact you.

Victoria University’s Human Ethics Committee has approved the research.

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