Experts from across the insurance, law enforcement and retail security worlds have been crucial to developing the Medusa system.



SBD is the official UK Police flagship initiative supporting the principles of ‘designing out crime’ and promoting the use of a specified security standard. The Medusa specification has been evaluated and the guidance of a Development Officer has been crucial in its development. We expect to achieve the standards set out to us in 2016.



Established in 1894, the NAG (National Association of Goldsmiths) promotes the highest professional standards across the jewellers industry, to inspire consumer confidence and enhance the reputation of its members. The NAG has been invaluable in benchmarking our progress and focusing our development program.


Founded over 125 years ago, TH March & Co Ltd have a wealth of experience providing advice and intelligence to retail premises and also launch initiatives to combat crime. T.H. March & Co. Ltd have referred to the underwriters used by them and have confirmed that they are happy for the Medusa cabinets to be used and that the cleaning or restoration costs will be covered as part of a valid claim.



The Metropolitan Police Service is committed to improving engagement with business communities in London, and works with the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime to deliver their Business Crime Strategy.  A key component is facilitating co-operation between suppliers, clients and associations. We benefit from this direct communication, in order to target smash-and-grab thieves and disrupt their plans.