One door Access Control system for an office in a crime hotspot

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crime map shows Cardiff hotspots A new crime map shows Cardiff hotspots where three crimes have been committed every day, the South Wales Echo has revealed. Statistics obtained from South Wales Police show that more than 1,000 crimes a year were committed on Queen Street, Newport Road and St Mary Street in 2007, 2008 and 2009. Figures for Queen Street increased for each of the three years, from 1,092 in 2007 to 1,377 offences in 2009, with 988 of these being for theft.

An expandable, upgradeable modular smart card security system including a burglar alarm output for forced entry is available from Access Control Wales if your office is situated in a crime hotspot. The latest .NET PC based Access Control multi-lingual software (which requires Windows 2000, XP or Vista) enables the easy set-up of badge holders and security patterns. The T3512 is a one door Access Control system that has everything you need for controlling access through a single door. A T3511 Door Access Controller can be linked to up to 128 other T3511’s.

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