Video Shorts

Key features of Disc and how they help reduce low-level crime and Anti-Social Behaviour

What is Disc – in two minutes

Across the UK, over 500 towns and city centres use Disc, as well as national retailers, major shopping malls, security companies and police forces, to reduce low-level crime and Anti-Social Behaviour. Take two minutes to see how Disc’s communications platform, ‘Engagement tools’ and easy-to-use Administration Centre empower communities to self-manage low-level crime and ASB, and deliver a new kind of effective, joined-up community policing…


 

Communications: key to effective crime-reduction

Disc is the uniquely effective communications platform for crime reduction: providing information about local trouble-makers; alerting users of important, urgent matters; sharing local security news; access to information about up-coming events; online document library. All with images, attachments and feed-back tools. And every week each Disc system’s 100% automated e-newsletter brings users back time and time again to the information in Disc…


 

Identifying and reporting offenders

Disc users view local trouble-makers and submit incident reports, quickly and conveniently. Offenders’ data is managed automatically, always up-to-date and displayed for no longer than is essential. Galleries can be set up for any purpose from identifying ‘most actives’ to those banned from users’ premises. Reports can be escalated into direct-to-police Crime Reports and optional formal witness statements – a win-win for reporters and police alike…


 

Instant awareness

Disc’s instant messaging system ensures users are kept up-to-date about urgent important matters, where and when they need to be. Whether accessing messages from local Disc Administrators or direct from other users who are members of the same interest group, accessing secure content in Disc is quick and simple. And Disc’s Instant Messaging system is uniquely compliant with demanding data protection obligations…


 

Networking to share information more widely

Every Disc system is autonomous – managed by its own Administrator on behalf of its Data Controller and its users. But Disc has been designed to enable each to link together to create extensive information-sharing networks. Sharing current awareness between Disc systems can reduce the impact of new frauds; linking systems together helps identify travelling and prolific offenders and helps identify offenders caught on camera…


 

Administration made easy

The Disc Admin Centre is where every aspect of each local Disc system is managed: members, offenders, incident reports, images, current awareness – quickly and easily. Here too are analytic reports on reporting, incidents, log-ins, offenders and more. The Admin Centre is also where each system is configured by the local Administrator: image galleries, member categories, locations for analytics, incident types, and many, many more can be configured to suit precisely the needs of each Disc customer…


 

Compliance – by design

Every organisation that processes personal data must comply with GDPR – and most Disc customers must do so necessarily without their data subject’s consent. At Disc we’re GDPR experts and we’ve built that expertise into Disc itself so that it is fully ‘compliant by design’. As part of each implementation process we help new customers set up their own GDPR-mandated documentation and configure their Disc systems to manage document distribution automatically.


Need a one-to-one discussion or demonstration?

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