Hytera helps 'Dover Partnership Against Crime' prevent theft across Dover

13-03-2017

The Dover Partnership Against Crime (DPAC) was set up over 20 years ago to prevent theft across Dover, Deal, Sandwich, and the surrounding areas. With more than 120 members including retailers, pubs, transport operators, and schools, DPAC is one of the most successful business crime partnerships in the country. The DPAC members were using an analogue network of two-way radios, but DPAC realised that there were multiple issues that were preventing the system from being used to its optimum level.Hytera PD605 two-way radioFirstly, there were some concerns over coverage and clarity. The analogue network did not guarantee consistent coverage, and communications were not always clear. However, the primary issue was security. Operating a crime partnership requires communications to be secure at all times, and the analogue network was not encrypted. Therefore, DPAC decided to make the switch to digital.

DPAC contacted local Hytera dealer Smye-Rumsby, who recommended Hytera radios. Each member was therefore supplied with one of Hytera’s latest models, the PD605. Repeaters were set up around Dover, Deal, and Sandwich so that coverage could be assured across the whole area. The PD605 is a latest-generation two-way radio that helps organisations migrate from analogue to digital by providing both modes.



Source: SourceSecurity


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