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The Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013 put new laws in place last week which requires all scrap metal dealers across England and Wales to apply to their local council for a license to operate. The new law gives the council the … Continue reading →
The post Netwatch Welcome New Scrap Metal Laws Across the UK appeared first on Netwatch UK.
Fear of crime is on the rise but rates of violent crime are falling. Why the seemingly irrational divide? While there was a 9% fall in crime last year, a poll for the Royal Statistical Society and Kings College London … Continue reading →
The post Crime Figures Are Falling, But People Don’t Feel Safer appeared first on Netwatch UK.
Use of live CCTV technology can help tackle the problem of cargo thefts from lorries in the European Union (EU) region, which according to a recent European Commission report costs the road transport industry around €8 billion (£6.7 billion) every … Continue reading →
The post CCTV Can Help Tackle Cargo Theft In Road Transport Industry appeared first on Netwatch UK.
A good way to protect your business or home from burglary and theft is to know what attracts and what deters burglars from certain premises. Do burglars choose their targets based on rational considerations? Do they consider the location? Or … Continue reading →
The post Think like a burglar, act like a member of the Royal Guard appeared first on Netwatch UK.
Goal line technology is set to be introduced to the Barclays Premier league next season. Hawk Eye, invented by Paul Hawkins, used for ball tracking in tennis and cricket already, will be used next season to notify the match referee … Continue reading →
The post Perimeter protection – your own personal “Hawk Eye”? appeared first on Netwatch UK.
Concluding on June 26th 2013, over the start of the summer period, the government will carry out a financial spending review which has sparked concern amongst many departments fearing they will be targeted by cuts. Included are those who worry … Continue reading →
Netwatch was delighted to attend the London Irish End of Season Dinner and Awards on Tuesday evening last. Netwatch sponsored the Player of the Season Award on the night, awarded to George Skivington for his outstanding individual contribution on the … Continue reading →
The post High hopes for next campaign – Netwatch support the exiles at London Irish End of Season Dinner appeared first on Netwatch UK.
Security at this weekend’s London Marathon is currently under review following the fatal events at Monday’s Boston Marathon. Chief Executive of the London Marathon, which goes from South East London to the Mall, has told media that he “fully expected” … Continue reading →
Last year Netwatch recorded a 50% increase in criminal activity during Halloween week and expect that figure to rise this year. David Walsh, Group CEO of Netwatch said, “Halloween is great fun for kids, but it can be an extremely … Continue reading →