Facewatch enables your business to report incidents quickly and share information with other businesses in your local community and with your local police.
Anyone can become a victim of crime therefore everyone benefits from a system that helps make communities safer and protects business profits.
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Working in a new partnership with Forecourt Eye, Facewatch is planning to roll out its technology for the benefit of petrol retailers nationwide. To read the full article from Risk UK Magazine please follow the below link
“Excellent technology for fighting crime, reducing bureaucracy and saving time.”
“We were greatly impressed with how Facewatch achieves the capture and provision of CCTV evidence to the police. It is apparent how this has had an impact on the prevention of crime and has great potential in further tackling offending. Facewatch really involves harnessing the technology's potential, for the benefit of the victims of crime, and for the effective investigation and prosecution of offences on their behalf.”
“Facewatch is fundamentally to me about reducing crime. In my former role in The Metropolitan Police Facewatch not only helped solve crime and identify offenders, it also saved valuable police resources as business were able to complete a full evidential package and report the crime online. Having recently moved into the hotel sector Facewatch is a fantastic system from a service recovery perspective. If a guest is unfortunate enough to have their bag stolen whilst staying in London the crime can be reported and reference number obtained without the guest having to leave the hotel. I fully endorse Facewatch and think it is a product that can be used not just in London and the UK but globally across the world.”
Facewatch enables you to report crimes online, with moving and still CCTV images, directly to the police in a format that is approved and actionable by the receiving force.
Facewatch is now available through selected Monitoring Stations. Simply call your chosen provider who will report the crime, with all available CCTV evidence, to the police and you will be kept fully informed through the system. This service saves your staff time, enabling them to concentrate on your customers.
Facewatch can be used by local and Corporate Groups to reduce crime through effective collaboration. Locally administered groups such as Business Crime Reduction Partnerships and Business Improvement Districts can use Facewatch to share images and intelligence instantly.Find out more
Facewatch is an on-line crime-reporting tool that saves police time and effort in collecting evidence.
Facewatch enables you to access low-level crime reports instantly from businesses in your force area. You can view the CCTV evidence online, print MG11 witness statements and collaborate online with members of the business community to reduce crime and the impact of crime.
Facewatch empowers businesses to prevent crime by the efficient sharing of images and information.Find out more