Prison visitors have photograph added to bar coded ID pass for easy identification
Police confirmed they have put a plan into operation to hunt down a prisoner who has gone on the. Officers think Leon Passmore could have gone to ground around Swansea after he failed to return to a jail in Monmouthshire where he is serving six years for robbery and possession of an imitation firearm. Welsh police cautioned the public not to approach Passmore, who has served almost two years of his sentence.
Using our tried and tested Visitor Pass system, Tensor’s Prison Pass allows HM Prison Service officers to quickly check the identity and monitor the movements of visitors. It is a low cost, easy to install, computer based pass system for registering each visitor, both on and off site. Running on a PC using your Windows™ operating system, Prison Pass allows the pre-booking of legal representatives, contractors and inmate visitors with maximum speed and minimum fuss. A photograph taken by a digital or eyeball camera is printed on a bar-coded pass using a high speed printer so each visitor is easily identified.