T351x scanning hardware is adaptable for prisons
A criminal who fled from both court and open prison has had 21 months added to his sentence, which already numbered 14 and a half years for armed robbery. The prison service said it was investigating why he was deemed minimum risk. Following a "rigorous assessment", the prison service said David Patmore was placed in Sudbury Open Prison in Derbyshire, from which he absconded and then recaptured. He was part of a five-strong gang who smashed their way into people’s homes, and stole money and other items.
Access Control UK’s T351x range is the ultimate smart card access control unit adaptable for prison security as well as doors, car park barriers and turnstiles. The easy to use hardware can be networked together to create a powerful computer controlled security infrastructure. The T3510 scanner has a volt-free input that can be wired directly into your fire alarm system. Installing a T3510 provides a platform for installing other Tensor products such as Visitor and HM Prison Monitoring, where a badge is scanned by a prison officer to check proof of identity.