Our Mission: To watch out for your clients 24/7/365.

Many people take security for granted, until something happens. An after hours break-in. A destructive fire. A life-threatening emergency. Preparing for the unexpected is our world at Security Response Center.

Highly skilled and experienced, our security professionals are trained in all areas of residential, commercial and industrial security monitoring.

Our number one priority is keeping your customers safe and secure at all times.

Our History:
A family owned business for 50 years!

Security Response Center is a family business that was established in 1970, owned and operated by David, Marie and Chris Currie in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. We began as a local monitoring station, serving only our immediate area. Due to our ability to meet the demands of the dealers we quickly expanded nationwide with two monitoring stations.

Currently the company employs 75 full time staff, including our own in house IT Department. Our Monitoring Station Operators are TMA 5 Diamond Certified and our Company has been U.L.C Listed for Burglary, Fire Protection Systems, Central Station Sprinkler Supervisory and Bank Safe and Vault Protection. In addition, we are a Manitou Elite Certified Monitoring Center dedicated to motivating our staff, getting more from our monitoring operations, and maximizing our success.

We also implement our own experience-based training program, peer mentoring and time-proven procedures to give our operators the expertise to respond quickly and effectively to the diverse demands of security monitoring.

Our Team

Chris Currie
Chris Currie
President

Chris Currie joined Security Response Center in 1999 as the IT Administrator. Chris is the second generation in the family business and continues to advance the company started by his parents in the 1970’s.

Chris’ background in technology has ensured that the company stays on top of technology. Chris graduated with a Diploma of Technology after completing a three-year program of study on Computer Science Technology-Information Systems from St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology.

Beverley Champagne
Beverley Champagne
General Manager of Monitoring Operations

Beverley began her career in the alarm industry in 1988 as a monitoring station operator. Within a year she moved into the Monitoring Station Manager role where she strengthened the relationship with Industry Partners, Dealers and allowing the Monitoring Station Team to build on their expertise by providing industry-leading technology to our dealers giving them the competitive edge to retain customers and succeed in today’s difficult marketplace.

Beverley has held positions on various CANASA Councils as well as Bold Group Steering Committee to ensure that Security Response Center Monitoring standards are kept up to date.

Beverley takes great pride in the certifications of the Monitoring Station with TMA (Five Diamond Certification) and Operational Excellence and Manitou Elite Certification with BoldGroup. Our success is supported by the SRC Team the People of Security Response Center that brings the Passion to our customers.

Brianne
Brianne
Signal Receiving Centre Manager

Brianne began her career with Security Response Center in 2002, as a Monitoring Station Operator. She has had various roles within the organization including Dealer/Staff Liaison.

Brianne’s commitment to the Signal Receiving Centre has allowed her to build excellent relationships with our staff, dealers, and customers. She offers an extensive knowledge base of the alarm monitoring operation, as well as continues to provide a strong leadership role in an ever-changing industry.

Shelley
Shelley
Monitoring Station Manager - Belleville

Shelley McQuigge has been in the Monitoring Centre for 15 years, previously with Alarm Systems until June of 2021 where Security Response Center acquired the ULC Monitoring Centre in Belleville. Shelley is an admirable leader, just ask her people! She operates a data-driven, customer-centric station, holds her team accountable and develops people to their full potential. She contributes to the industry by sharing her best practices to the degree that she is currently chairing a committee within CANASA, writing and updating Monitoring Station processes.

Shelley was one of 3 finalists for the 2021 TMA/SDM Excellence Award for the Monitoring Center Manager of the Year. This is an exceptionally prestigious recognition as the Monitoring Association has hundreds of members across North America.