Tensor security gives crime a ghost of a chance this Halloween
Police are urging the public to give criminals a ghost of a chance to strike this Halloween, which takes place on Sunday (October 31, as if you didn’t know). Officers warn that dark afternoons and evenings can provide extra cover for criminals seeking out empty homes to target. They say leaving a light on can keep burglars guessing on whether your home is occupied and encourage them to give it a wide berth. Recent research involving interviews with convicted burglars supports this simple tactic as an effective deterrent to thieves.
Tensor security products will help banish crime on Halloween. As well as access control systems our affiliated company CCTV Surveillance supplies and maintains digital quality CCTV Surveillance, from one camera to an entire network. Your office or site is protected with Tensor Access, which controls your car park barriers, turnstiles, site entrance gates, electronic door locks, and almost any other electronic mechanism that powers a physical security device. There is seamless interfacing to our other systems of Attendance Monitoring, Visitor Control and Personnel.