Access Control Wales devices can stop big truck travelling at 50 mph
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has been informed following a heist at the premises of a vehicle company owner. This was because North Wales Police followed three stolen lorries, but did not chase them to the Cheshire border. No attempt was made to stop the trio of stolen vehicles. A police spokeswoman said: "Due to the proximity of the police at the time, the Independent Police Complaints Commission has been notified as per procedure."
Cops said the lorries were stolen from the R J Jones haulage yard in Greenfield, Holywell, which is the fifth largest town in Flintshire, North Wales. The gang had tried but failed to steal a fourth lorry from the company’s Flintshire yard.
Access Control Wales can provide heavy duty security to protect big sites and premises. Today’s barriers and bollards are capable of stopping and destroying a truck weighing up to 65,000 pounds and travelling at 50 mph. Such barricades can be raised or lowered at will to stop traffic or let it through. The barrier can be integrated properly into a total security system, which is available from the Tensor group of companies and their contact details can be linked via this website.