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|Model Code||Violations & blacklist management|
|Model Info||The violations & blacklist management option allows setting an unlimited number of violation categories and the corresponding sanctions. Sanctions may include barring someone from entering company premises, for instance. Violations & blacklist management gives an overview of the time, date and place of each violation recorded for a particular visitor, employee, contractor or vehicle. The system user can determine when someone is blacklisted for these violations. It is not possible to issue a new badge to someone on the blacklist. This can only be done after the sanction period is over, or after the carrier has been manually removed from the blacklist.|
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