Free Newsletter
Register for our Free Newsletters
Access Control
Deutsche Zone (German Zone)
Education, Training and Professional Services
Government Programmes
Guarding, Equipment and Enforcement
Industrial Computing Security
IT Security
Physical Security
View All
Other Carouselweb publications
Carousel Web
Defense File
New Materials
Pro Health Zone
Pro Manufacturing Zone
Pro Security Zone
Web Lec

Number Plate Recording System Installed At Hampshire Industrial Estate

ADP Security Systems : 09 July, 2010  (Application Story)
Hampshire local council is combating vandalism and other crimes in an industrial area with dome camera based surveillance system with number plate recording facility and serviced monitoring centre from ADP Security Systems
Number Plate Recording System Installed At Hampshire Industrial Estate
The risk of vandalism and theft has been reduced after East Hampshire District Council recruited a local security company to install a new CCTV system, which will record car number-plates at an industrial estate in Whitehill-Bordon.

Following a detailed risk assessment and security review, ADP Security Systems has installed a number of remote access CCTV cameras to watch Woolmer Trading Estate day and night, with the aim of better securing property and personnel for the tenants. The crime prevention system watching the units and car-parks comprises a number of robust, waterproof static dome cameras. The system gives 24 hour, real-time, remote access to security officers in ADP's CCTV Control Room and remote monitoring for senior management staff as required. The police also have direct access to this system in the event of any reported incidents.

Home to a diverse range of industrial and warehousing businesses, with a number of vacant plots available, the trading estate had been subject to several break-in attempts during 2009. The Council wanted a way of recording number plates of vehicles using the premises, for evidence in the event of any criminal damage or theft; as well as improving security generally at the estate.

Philip Brine, property manager for East Hampshire District Council said: "ADP was awarded the contract following a tender process. Rather than having a guard on duty watching the traffic, we have opted for a cheaper, better system by using the latest technology." He added: "ADP is a local business and we trust them to do a good job, as they have worked for us previously."
Bookmark and Share
Home I Editor's Blog I News by Zone I News by Date I News by Category I Special Reports I Directory I Events I Advertise I Submit Your News I About Us I Guides
   © 2012
Netgains Logo