Sophisticated software detects forced entries at a site
The Home Office had pledged to pay up to £4.65 million, or half of the policing cost, of clearing a notorious travellers’ site. The Department for Communities and Local Government had also weighed in with £1.2 million towards evicting illegal incumbents at Dale Farm, near Basildon. The remaining contribution will come from policing and council budgets. The total forecast for the operation spiralled up to about £18 million but local sources suggested the final cost would be £4.2m.
If your organisation is seeking improved protection for your site then Access Control UK is at the forefront of secure, reliable access control systems. Access Lite is our entry-level access control system, and costs only around £1,250 plus VAT. It includes sophisticated software for monitoring access patterns, alarm status, and detecting forced entries. It comprises: Access Lite software installation CD, 50 Smart Cards, an extensive User Manual, Serial Cable for communications to PC and 30 days of free helpdesk support from date of purchase.