Vision Tactical – 

One of the most important things we can do is protect our children by educating them about personal safety. Teaching children simple strategies about keeping safe can help them build confidence, resilience and empower them to be safe in a variety of situations.

It’s not difficult to educate children about personal safety. All it takes is the willingness to start, some help with content, and time.

Research shows that teaching children about personal safety:

  • Reduces the likelihood of a child entering into an unsafe situation.
  • Clearly demonstrates how to respond to an unsafe situation.
  • Increases a child’s sense of confidence and in doing so increases their resiliency.
  • Increases a child’s knowledge of their personal rights.
  • Increases the likelihood that the child will speak out if they feel unsafe and tell someone they trust.

Vision Tactical –

After an attempted robbery on the M1 North highway in Johannesburg on 21 April 2021, a shootout ensued between the police and 10 suspects. Two suspects were critically wounded, four others arrested and another four managed to escape.

Vision Tactical – 

Private Security Company Vision Tactical has implemented an advanced high-end technological system on its vehicles which will provide an additional ‘smart’ crime fighting solution in residential suburbs, housing estates, commercial hubs and on public roads.

The high end technology, smart cameras supplied by NAVIC (National Vehicle Intelligence Cloud) read the 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 implementation 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 that are captured in a Vehicle of Interest database which may be linked to a crime.”

Theba says that if confirmed positive the system instantly circulates a high alert notification to the police and security companies linked to the system. The seamless speed of the process enables law enforcement officers to swiftly respond to the scene supported by Vision Tactical intervention units.

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, even after these vehicles have been sold to unsuspecting buyers.

The deployment of these cameras 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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