To supplement traditional security systems forensic deterrents can be used to deter and uniquely identify an intruder by automatically spraying the unwanted individual with a harmless unique DNA solution. This enables the Police to link criminals with both the location and crime. Simply making potential intruders aware that you have these systems installed on your premises has proven to be a successful deterrent in its self.
Active Supplementary Deterrents
Security fogging systems and automatic forensic identification systems are examples where security can be advertised on a premises as a deterrent to would be criminals, whilst also aiding in reducing loss or tracing stolen items.
Automatic fog generating systems
In the event the criminal gains access to a premises protected by a security fog system they are often stopped in their tracks the second the fog disperses and retreat looking for the fastest way out. Security fog is a recognised deterrent, with its own industry standard BS EN 50131-8. Solutions installed by Chubb also carry a Secure by Design (SBD) accreditation, meaning the products meet the rigorous testing recognised by the UK National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC). Apart from supplementing intruder alarms these systems are often deployed in the event of a personal attack situation, particularly in the Jewellery and Banking sectors.
Automatic Forensic Identification Systems
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