A South African based organisation offering SUSVETS (Suspicious Vehicles Tracking Service) as a subscription service to assist approved organisations in the interest of combating crime in communities across South Africa. A secure online tool to provide information on vehicles that are suspicious or may have been reported as used in a crime, as so often occurs.
- Armed response / security companies,
- South African Police Services,
- Community Policing Forums,
- Neighborhood Watches,
- and other *approved organizations.
The objectives of the service are as follows:
- To assist in the nationwide crime fighting initiative by aiding organisations in the security sector in keeping their communities safe.
- Creating a community of security sector organisations across South Africa, to share information on reported suspicious/stolen/hijacked vehicle incidences nationwide.
The advantages and features of the service are as follows:
- Simplicity is key! The service is designed to be user-friendly and have ease of use,
- Service is live 24/7, 365 days a year,
- Secure log in for authorised users defined by your organisation,
- Users range from, although not limited to, control room operators, patrol officers, supervisors, managers, owners. The user is assigned an access level on the service, dependent on their designation (ie. the patrol officer may only need to query a vehicle, the control room assists the officer to enter the vehicle's details). However, the user set-up is tailored to suit the operations of your organisation,
- The service does not dictate your usual operations and should be perceived as an informative tool,
- Mobility - can be used on any mobile or desktop devices such as smart phones, tablets, laptops and computers,
- A vehicle's details are queried on the nationwide database,
- A database query can be conducted with even a partial number plate, vehicle make, model, area, province etc,
- The service makes provision for a detailed description of the incident, including a case number if relevant.
*Strict vetting of applications received from organizations will be applied to ensure quality information and to prevent abuse of the service.