Fingerprint recognition for twofold security authorisation
Some police forces in Wales have stopped recruiting new officers due to budget cut fears. Dyfed-Powys has suspended its next intake of officers while South Wales Police is filling officer vacancies but has frozen civilian posts. North Wales Police said it introduced a freeze on both officer and civilian recruitment in April and it would remain in place until at least the end of the financial year. This has led to concern over rising crime levels. Chief Constable Ian Arundale of Dyfed-Powys said: "There is an obvious risk that this could lead to an increase in crime both nationally and locally.”
Business protection is the speciality of Access Control Wales, as our products are effective in tackling crime by blocking intruders. For the effective "two-factor" security authorisation of an individual, an access control point plus fingerprint recognition is used in conjunction with a smart card. Our recommended product is our smart card access control scanner with built in fingerprint reader. We have a selection of smart cards that can operate with it. Our most popular smart card is the compact and slim T1305.