Matching A Name to a Face
Simon Gordon participates in the IFSEC Global live chat 'Google Glass, Facewatch and The Future of Manned Guarding
Facewatch initiative aims to tackle business and retail crime
Police embracing CCTV as a forensic discipline
Public switch-on to Facewatch crime-fighting app
Nexters: Technology take over in London
Facewatch Is To Be Launched In Australia On Channel 10's Wanted Programme
Police CCTV Date
Preparing Police Services For The Future - July 2013
Facewatch ID highlighted in Accenture global policing report - see pages 11 and 19
Stoke Newington Safer Neighbourhoods Team working in partnership with the Stoke Newington Business Association, have introduced a new crime initiative linking with Facewatch.
Police consider facial recognition technology Facewatch to send images of criminals to smartphone.
Facewatch launched in Basingstoke - A new process, designed to allow members of the public to help solve retail crime, has been launched in Basingstoke.
Global interest in UK-developed high-tech police car
Cisco Blog: Cloud For Local Government Global Blog Series, Cloud And Law Enforcement (Part One): Uk’S Facewatch Service Benefits Police, Businesses, And Citizens
Police Life - Vol 13 Issue 4
Video Surveillance: Past, Present and Now the Future
Look out, art thieves: museums are fighting back
Technology Increases Public's Help With Investigations
Facewatch Identification is a Smart Move
Exclusive Interview – Facewatch - Will this Social Media Robocop annihilate anti-social behaviour?
Street Spirit. We visit the unit curbing thefts from London's most famous shopping district...
Police and retailers work closer together by using online crime reporting system.
2,000 suspects just a click from arrest on Scotland Yard's new ‘wanted’ iPad app Londoners are being asked to turn detective and help identify thousands of criminals at the click of a button.
Crowdsourcing Policing to Stop Petty Theft You arrive in London for a dream vacation in one of the world’s great cities. After a quick stop at the cash machine, you head to the historic Gordon’s Winebar...
Facewatch sets new standards in crime fighting The digital crime-fighting initiative Facewatch now has ISO 9001 accreditation, the internationally recognised standard for the quality management of businesses.
The police are the public and the public are the police Another innovative concept is Facewatch, a web based crime reporting system empowering the business community.
Facewatch technology could save retailers "tens of millions of pounds" New statistics suggest that the Facewatch crime-fighting technology devised by Simon Gordon could well save retailers "tens of millions of pounds".
Gordon's Wine Bar owner's crime prevention scheme goes nationwide. Simon Gordon, owner of London wine bar Gordon's, is launching his crime reporting system Facewatch in other areas of the UK following a successful trial in...
Caught on camera: The handbag thief at London's oldest wine bar whose capture helped lead to pioneering online crime-fighting database - 23 Sep 2011 Laying in wait in the corner of London's oldest wine bar, a handbag thief is caught on camera ready to strike.
Government commits to work with business on targeting future riot criminals The recently established All-Party Parliamentary Group formed to tackle retail and business crime issues has proven itself particularly timely in the aftermath of the recent rioting, as Brian Sims reports.
Facewatch sees villains booked Home Secretary Theresa May's remarks about police efficiency might not have been too popular with all the officers in the audience at their conference in Harrogate, but they delivered just the right message for Simon Gordon...
Mike Weatherley MP, Chair of APPG on business and...
Facewatch could be rolled out nationally...
Revealed: The West End's handbag snatchers. Police today warned Londoners to keep a close eye on their possessions, amid growing bag thefts in West End bars, pubs and cafés.
Shops and bars go online to file instant crime reports. Victims of bag snatches and petty thefts in London will be able to report crimes instantly online under a pilot scheme launched today.
Facewatch featured on BBC Crimewatch
Tackle crime with new technology Retailers are being urged to embrace new technology to help tackle crime.
Firms Post Mugshots Online To Catch Criminals Business owners preyed upon by petty thieves hope they will be caught more quickly thanks to new web technology which passes CCTV evidence to police.
Loomis (UK) And Facewatch Announce Partnership The ground-breaking crime reporting system, Facewatch is delighted to announce a new partnership with leading cash management solutions company Loomis UK Ltd.
Bridging the gap between CCTV and the police A ground-breaking crime reporting website is targeting criminals at the £20 million Widnes Shopping Park in Cheshire.
Big Brother watch's point of view Yesterday, the Big Brother Watch team had the chance to preview a recently launched system designed to improve the ease by which shop-owners and licence premises are able to report low-level crimes to the Police force.
Loomis partners up with Facewatch Cash management solutions company Loomis has announced a partnership with crime reporting website Facewatch.
Gordon's Wine Bar boss develops Facewatch digital crime-fighting system Simon Gordon of London’s famous Gordon’s Wine Bar has launched a new digital crime-fighting initiative – dubbed ‘Facewatch’ – to help catch and deter criminals. Brian Sims reports.
Shoplifters look out - Facewatch is on to you Leading retailers have signed up to a new crime-fighting database that is set to dramatically increase the number of shoplifters who are caught.
Partnership for tackling crime Loomis UK has announced a partnership with crime reporting system, Facewatch. The pressure on police resources is well documented which is why Facewatch has already been recognised as an invaluable tool in deterring crime.
The Security Alliance Workshop - Shaping Security Within Our Communities Experts from the financial, retail, Government, police and security sectors gathered in London last Wednesday to share their thoughts on how best to protect our communities from emerging threats. Brian Sims and Bobby Logue report.
Retailers' Online Bid To Fight Shoplifting London traders plagued by bag snatchers and shoplifters have launched their own online crime-fighting force.
Facewatch launches in Cheshire Business owners preyed upon by petty thieves hope they will be caught more quickly thanks to new web technology which passes CCTV evidence to police.
Q & A with Facewatch founder Business owners preyed upon by petty thieves hope they will be caught more quickly thanks to new web technology which passes CCTV evidence to police.
The Crime Watch scheme that bridges the gap between CCTV and police Simon Gordon on the idea behind FaceWatch...
Revolutionary Web Based Crime Reporting System Set To Snare Shoplifters A Web-based crime prevention system is set to snare more shoplifters.
CCTV Crime Fighting Tool Opens In Cheshire Business owners preyed upon by petty thieves hope they will be caught more quickly thanks to new web technology which passes CCTV evidence to police.
Shoplifters beware: Facewatch has its eye on you A new system that allows retailers to report shoplifting online and send CCTV images instantly to the police has helped officers solve more crimes.
Facewatch scheme boosts retail business security The launch of a digital business security scheme in Widnes will use CCTV security to report thieves.
New ground-breaking crime reporting system Facewatch teams up with CPP Thursday November 18th marks the launch of Facewatch the new ground-breaking crime reporting system which aims specifically at low-level crime such as shoplifting, bag and wallet thefts.
Facewatch scheme designed to slash pub crime Pubs are being urged to sign up to a new crime-reporting system designed by a licensee to dramatically cut offences in the trade.
Exclusive: DCC Graeme Gerrard warns against piecemeal development in CCTV In this exclusive interview with SecurityNewsDesk.com