Access control network sensor monitoring detects forced entry
The number of Scottish people who re-offended within two years of a conviction has reached its highest level in a decade, state the most recent figures. The Scottish Parliament recently passed proposals which will phase out jail sentences of three months or less in favour of tougher community sentences. According to the figures, 42.5% of those who were given community service orders re-offended within two years. Among those handed probation by the courts, 57.8% re-offended. However, 61.6% of people jailed committed further offences within two years.
Protect your premises from the likelihood of criminal acts with a Tensor Access Control network. Your clocking station network (of one or more clocks) will deter and detect forced or unauthorised entry, and is connected to a main server PC either via the PC's standard serial port or an ethernet network adapter. Access Control Profiles are easily created or customised to suit your particular site, and can be varied minute-by-minute. Among the other features are: an audit trail showing who gained access (or was denied) at any location at any time; plus sensor monitoring to detect forced entry.