Trigion was on hand to share its security expertise and technology solutions at the launch of the Crimestoppers charity's summer campaign at a conference at Leeds Castle in July.
Trigion’s expertise lies in delivering a blended solution of manned guarding and electronic solutions and it had a wide array of equipment and devices on display, including facial recognition and thermal sensing equipment.
Neil Ricketts, Security & Technical Services Director, explained, “We self-design, install, maintain and remotely operate our systems, meaning we have the solution whether it’s a shopping centre, office block or even a castle that needs protection. We’re pleased to have been able to support this important event and share our crime prevention expertise.”
More than 50 delegates from the police – headed by Kent's Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Scott – community safety organisations, tourism businesses and local authorities attended the Crimestoppers in Kent conference. The launch was part of continued efforts to help make our communities safer by encouraging more people to speak up and report crime anonymously via Crimestoppers, and to highlight combined crime prevention efforts throughout the summer.
At the launch, Crimestoppers in Kent presented three initiatives - the Digital Most Wanted campaign, the Ambassadors Programme, and Crimestoppers’ Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking campaign.