Secure smart cards have unique factory encoded ID number that cannot be duplicated
Policing and Criminal Justice Minister Nick Herbert said of the latest statistics, where total crime numbers fell by 3 per cent last year compared with 2009: "There is clearly no room for complacency. The public rightly remain concerned about levels of crime and particularly antisocial behaviour, and we are determined to ensure that the police have the right powers to do the job.” The British Crime Survey showed burglaries rose by 14 per cent.
Contactless smart cards are used to operate your Tensor access control, time and attendance and visitor monitoring systems which offer protection and peace of mind for your premises. Our most popular smart card is the T1305, which is approximately the size of a standard credit card and is thin and flexible enough to be carried in your wallet. The smart card microchip is a passive device which holds a unique factory encoded ID number that cannot be duplicated, making it very secure indeed, and a card can only be used by one employee.