Driving Product Innovation To Tackle Crime

September 30th, 2016 | Posted by: admin

Kings Security Insight & Innovation 2016Kings Security is delighted with the success of yet another Insight and Innovation day held this week at Carden Park Hotel, Cheshire.

This year’s event was attended by in excess of 100 delegates and showcased our firm commitment to positively contribute to the communities and societies we work amongst, whilst also giving us an excellent opportunity to share our progress and development to date regarding our Kings Intelligence Service (KIS).

An innovation for the industry, KIS allows us to offer our clients a fuller situation analysis or ‘intelligence cycle’. It provides a unique outline of security services data with a single, joined-up view of security operations which we then deliver to our clients.

We believe that the security industry must increasingly assist and support law enforcement and since its creation, KIS has proved its worth, helping to bridge this gap through the provision of data and information.  Working in partnership with law enforcement, we have numerous examples of successful initiatives.  In one particular location, using KIS, we were able to identify and reduce losses by 95% in a high risk store over a 6 month period. This product is truly delivering results and has directly identified significant offences and offenders, resulting in a number of high profile arrests and custodial convictions.Kings Security Insight & Innovation 2016

Continually being developed to support clients to the next level of security management and beyond, we also showcased our exciting and unique “OneTouch” real time reporting facility, providing our contract customers and our law enforcement partners with readily available, easy to use, remote security and business intelligence – all at the touch of a screen.

Guest speaker, Professor Martin Gill, criminologist and Director of Perpetuity Research joined us to present on the process of reducing risks and thinking about offending behaviour.  He shared his research on offenders, shoplifters, burglars and fraudsters providing a rich insight into the minds of habits of these groups and how we can tackle crime moving forward.

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Anonymous says:

What a fabulous event. Very informative and beneficial. Thanks for the invite!

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