Reducing Crime In Order To Create Safer and More Secure Community Environments

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Four Suspects Arrested Following #Disruptive Crime Prevention Operation in JHB

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Creating #SaferCommunities Using LPR Camera Technology

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Private Security Company Vision Tactical has integrated an advanced high-end technological system on its vehicles which provides additional crime fighting solutions in residential areas, housing estates, commercial hubs and on public roads.

The smart camera technology supplied by NAVIC (National Vehicle Intelligence Cloud) read number plates of vehicles driving through areas and automatically references it to a database of case-registered vehicles, flagging any cars that would’ve been reported as stolen, hijacked or wanted.

Director of Vision Tactical, Yaseen Theba says that the integration of License Plate Recognition (LPR) cameras through the NAVIC system has already resulted in major successes in the prevention of crime and the apprehension of criminals.

“The overview cameras use Artificial Intelligence (AI) software to flag any unusual behavior, while the LPR cameras generate alerts sent on any vehicles which may be linked to a crime.”

Theba says that if confirmed positive the system instantly circulates an alert notification to the Intervention Units equipped with the system. The seamless speed of the process enables tactical security officers to respond swiftly.

License Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras have proven to be a highly valuable crime fighting tool, leading to the arrest of dangerous, wanted criminals and the identification and recovery of hijacked and stolen vehicles.

The integration of this high-end system adds an additional layer of security to the community, taking a proactive stance against crime sending a strong message that criminal activity won’t be tolerated.

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Community comes together to plant trees

Killarney Rosebank Gazette

HOUGHTON – Efforts from a security company, an organisation and learners all came together in the interest of greening a local school.

Vision Tactical not only protects the people of Houghton and surrounding communities, but they also care about the planet.

In the last week of heritage and arbour months, Vision Tactical and their VTac Green Team planted five fruit trees at Houghton Primary School together with Generation Earth. Ten Grade 7 learners helped to plant the trees and were encouraged to continue to green the school, their community and to give back to mother earth every day, not just in Arbour Month.

“Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink and provide habitat to over 80 per cent of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity. It is so important that we as citizens nourish the soil, plant trees, compost our food waste and recycle our paper, plastic and tins,” said Ella Bella Leite, director of the Miss Earth South AfricaLeadership Programme.

She added that as an organisation they pledge to plant trees and to fight for the United Nations Development Programme Goal 13 Climate Action.

Four of the Miss Earth Johannesburg ambassadors joined the planting and shared their own experiences from their individual clean-ups and tree plantings that they have been doing in their communities for the last month.

In the words of the late Wangari Maathai, ‘it’s those little things that make a difference, so do one little green thing every day’.

Details: Miss Earth South Africa www.missearthsa.co.za