Access systems can be controlled by reception or gatehouse staff
As many as 40,000 front-line police jobs will be at risk across England and Wales if expected 25 per cent budget cuts go ahead, the Police Federation has said. It added that the job cuts would mean crime rates going up. The body, which represents English and Welsh police officers, said such a staffing reduction would make policing as it is now "unsustainable". Policing and Criminal Justice Minister Nick Herbert has called on the Police Federation to avoid scaremongering. The exact level of cuts is unknown until the current spending review is published in October.
Businesses concerned about the rising threat of crime can rest easy with an Access Control Wales smart card security system. These can include automatic barriers, which are capable of operating with any installed access control or ticketing systems. A Visitor Monitoring System (VMS) can track every movement of a visitor, as a result of us developing sophisticated software that enables you to register visitors as soon as they enter your premises. Both the above systems are simple to use, and can be controlled by reception or gatehouse staff.