Facewatch is delighted to be exhibiting with the Keyholding Company, at IFSEC
from 17 – 19 June 2014.
The Keyholding Company is the UK’s premier commercial keyholding and emergency response provider. Established over 15 years ago, they currently provide security services to over 15,000 properties. Facewatch, the incident reporting and image sharing platform, was established just over four years ago, and the system is now accessed by around 8,000 registered businesses.
Once launched, The Keyholding Company’s state-of-the-art National Control Centre will be hosting a Facewatch Crime Reporting Centre, where trained operators will report crimes directly to the Police on behalf of their clients via an online system. Keyholding Company operators will be able to access CCTV remotely and upload moving footage and images to provide a complete online case file, which will be available to the police instantly.
Also on the stand will be Toughshield, who provide rugged smart devices in the UK. The devices will be used by Keyholding Company operators in the field to submit incident details using the Keyholding Company and Facewatch mobile apps. Toughshield features an ultra-ruggedised design for maximum durability, and a host of security features including a dedicated push-to-talk and Lone Worker button, making it the ideal device for mobile employees, security personnel, field force and lone workers.
Visit Facewatch, The Keyholding Company and Toughshield on Stand G1600.