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An eye on criminals

A new app and online service has been launched that enables forecourt retailers and members of the public to monitor forecourt crime both the criminal offence of drive-offs as well as the civil offence of 'no means of payment'.

Forecourt Eye harnesses file sharing capabilities, allowing retailers to instantly send a digital evidence pack to police (including important CCTV evidence) that is compatible with current police systems. In addition, the Forecourt Eye system allows retailers and the police to generate intelligent statistics and track repeat offenders.

Forecourt Eye has been introduced at the BP Linden Service Station on Dewsbury Road, Leeds. Manager Farook Asmal said: "Forecourt Eye has helped us reduce both drive-offs and share information with other retailers to track suspects operating in our area. The system was easy to adopt and simple to use and the start-up pack contained a tablet pre-loaded with the all software. All we needed was an internet connection."

0113 887 4870

www.forecourteye.com

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