How does Face of Interest work?
Once the image of the offender has been forwarded as an alert everyone will be aware of that offender and will be able to keep an eye out for them. Should that offender enter the premises of the community on alert, they will be recognised and special attention paid to them, in order to prevent them from committing further crimes.
In addition to this, a quick phone call to security or police might result in this person's apprehension and the recovery of any stolen goods. It is possible for security to receive alerts, too, meaning that they can be on the lookout for the subject. If they observe them entering a vehicle, the registration can be recorded and handed to the police. If the subject enters public transport the transport provider can also be notified.
In short, that offender is now operating within an ever-tightening net.
- real-time alerts about high-risk individuals .
- prevention via heightened customer service (staff become proactive rather than reactive to incidents).
- visibility across all property boundaries, including car parks; reduce damage or theft via offender licence plate capture, etc.