Latest PC technology enables the quick checking of visitors’ identities
One of the UK’s longest-serving prisoners has fled from jail in a deeply embarrassing moment for the prison authorities. Serving life for a 1975 pub murder, police say John Massey should not be approached. He was reported missing at 18:30 BST on Wednesday (June 27). Prison sources say the 64-year-old was not spotted in time when making his escape attempt. He already has a record for absconding after he was decategorised and sent to an open jail.
Access Control UK uses the latest PC technology that enables HM Prison Service Officers to quickly check the ID and whereabouts of visitors. A photograph taken by a digital or eyeball camera is printed on a bar-coded pass using a high speed printer so each visitor is easily identified. Prison Pass holds a log of every person on site. Data can be stored for future reference or exported to other compatible databases. We also provide other tailor-made visitor monitoring solutions capable of meeting your requirements.