Access control software creates alarm messages when forced entry occurs at a premises
A nineteen-year-old has been charged with armed robbery at a service station. Ben David Jones allegedly robbed the Ewloe station in the north of Wales on Bank Holiday Monday. Others have been swiftly arrested by police investigating the robbery but no one else has been charged. Mr Jones is accused of robbing Stephen Oultram at the Ewloe garage of an unknown quantity of money, and possessing a loaded air weapon under the 1968 Firearms Act.
Easy to use Access Control software from Access Control Wales gives comprehensive door and barrier security cover to your premises. The WinACnet software creates alarm messages when predetermined actions take place, or if a forced entry occurs. These alarms are immediately emailed to a specified address. Optionally a warning email can be sent if communications to the PC are lost. Free software upgrades to those with maintenance contracts means the system is always up to date. Speech output is included, delivering clear English spoken alerts when pre-defined ‘flagged’ actions take place.