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Access control scanner reads smart card even if card covered in oil and grease

firearms incidents police Justice Secretary Vandalism robberies Access Control Scotland smart card systems secure reliable magnetic strip dual interface scannerOfficial figures say the number of firearms incidents recorded by police went down by about one-fifth in a year. The decrease of 21 per cent meant the total reduced from 647 in 2010-11 to 514 last year in Scotland, stated figures published by the Scottish Government.

Break-ins at buildings shown on a near real time graphical display

Scottish Police Authority Access Control Scotland security system sites buildings denied access doors closed alarm status forced entriesThe head of the new Police Service of Scotland has locked horns with Vic Emery, the chairman of the overseeing Scottish Police Authority (SPA). Steve House says the new set-up of the force may deprive him of control over thousands of civilian support staff.

System for securing retail buildings detects forced entries

Tayside Police Bell Street shoplifting Riverside Dundee Sheriff Court Access Control Scotland securing retail business buildings security deny access to areas site alarm detecting forced entriesA man appeared at Tayside Police headquarters and gave himself up. He turned up out of the blue at the base at Bell Street in Dundee and admitted his guilt.

Corporate access smart cards come complete with photograph and company logo

robber East Lothian shop Lothian and Borders Police Contactless smart cards Access Control Scotland system scanner corporate identity personalised photograph company logoA brave duo fought off an armed robber in an East Lothian shop. Anila Ali (33) from Edinburgh, and 29-year-old Nafees Muhammad are being honoured for their efforts with a Lothian and Borders Police meritorious award.

High security biometric scanners can be retro-fitted to existing clocking stations

Glasgow Sheriff Court gatecrashed Glasgow Grand Central Hotel breaching the peace Deputy Prime Minister high security premises Access Control Scotland biometric scanners dermal fingerprint checking clocking stationsGlasgow Sheriff Court heard that a Fife man gatecrashed the Glasgow Grand Central Hotel during the summer shouting “No public sector cuts”. Stuart Rodger had previously been fined &