Vehicles disallowed entry or exit until they identify themselves at your premises
The police force is urging owners of rural properties to be on their guard following a spate of thefts. Farms in west Cumbria are particularly being targeted, and the latest incident saw a quad bike being stolen from a farm in the Loweswater area. Inspector Dennis Kelly urged the public to report suspicious activity immediately. “Always take down the registration details of suspicious vehicles, as this can form a key piece of information for subsequent police investigations,” he commented.
Companies that own isolated and/or rural sites can use Tensor’s security devices, including CCTV monitoring, gates and turnstiles, and access and visitor control for protection. A Tensor system allows rapid communication when any delay occurs, such as when unauthorised personnel attempt to access a restricted area. The system can stop vehicles or personnel at the relevant barrier and disallow entry or exit until they identify themselves via their smart card and/or biometric fingerprint. Full control is given over who is allowed access through any controlled point at any time of the day.