Published on 16 March, 2010
|Visual Verification security service is actively protecting clients' premises in UK 24 hours a day|
After an amazing period of monitoring, the Control Room has reported eleven arrests in only 72 hours.
During late February, intruders were apprehended across four different premises; three intruders were arrested in the West Midlands attempting to steal brass fittings, one person was arrested at an Industrial Estate in Worcester, one person was arrested at a Railway Station in the North of England attempting to steal lead, and six people were arrested in a fast food restaurant after a violent disturbance.
This latest surge is in line with the unprecedented arrest levels of the past 12 months but this particular period has broken all previous records. As the economy continues to slowly recover from recession it appears that crime levels will continue to be high.
In other news, one previous incident in Kent has resulted in the imprisonment of one man and a 12 month community order plus 80 hours community service for another, this after a charge of attempted theft was proved.
This again demonstrates how Visual Verification is actively protecting clients' premises up and down the UK 24 hours a day, across a broad spectrum of industries. If you are interested in hearing about their services and would like to find out how Visual Verification achieves these results, contact the sales team.