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Posted: Thursday, December 22, 2016 1:16 AM


In 2009, Florida ranked fifth as the most dangerous state in the US. The ranking was based on the reported serious felonies committed in 2008. In 2014, the NeighborhoodScout’s list of 100 dangerous cities in the United States include 11 cities in Florida. This is based on the reported violent crimes to FBI which includes murder, rape, armed robbery, and aggravated assault.

According to a report compiled and released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Daytona Beach is one of the most dangerous city in Florida. For every 1,000 residents, there is a 12.78 crimes occurring within the city with property and motor-vehicle theft as the most prominent reported crime. Another famous destination for tourists which also belong to list of cities with high violent crimes is Miami with 9.78 violent crimes happen in every 1,000 residents. It is much higher compared to 3.76 per 1,000 in the entire US. Next came Orlando with 9.05 per 1,000, Key West with 7.94, and next is Ocala with 6.29 annual crime rate per 1,000 residents. These 5 cities are only a few example of cities in Florida where violent crime is high.

Considering this record, a much empowered social control in the form of police officers is needed to control and minimize the occurrence of violent crimes in the said cities. One way to empower them is to provide them with an equipment for a faster response to emergency calls.

Emergency Vehicle Access Control

It is often an issue for emergency responders the difficulty when entering into gated communities. Because they do not have immediate access to these gates, more often than not, their operations would go awry. Good news! We developed a technology especially made for emergency personnel. Emergency Vehicle Access Control or EVAC is now available in Florida, nationwide, and even in other countries.

How it Works

EVAC is a radio-control system which works with a coded remote only available for emergency responders, never to the public, and a receiver installed on the gates of the community.

The emergency provider will just have to push the button on the remote upon approaching the gate then the gate will automatically open for them. There is no need for keys or sirens unlike other access control system which might tip off the burglars, thieves, and criminals.

The following entities have already installed EVAC, contact us at 239-274-1789 to know how your unit can gain access to communities with Emergency Vehicle Access Control.

Bonita Springs Fire Control and Rescue District
City of Naples Fire-Rescue Department
Collier County Government
East Naples Fire Control and Rescue District
Estero Fire Rescue
Fort Myers Shores Fire Department
Iona McGregor Fire Protection & Rescue Service District
Marco Island Fire Rescue Department
Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control District
North Fort Myers Fire Control District
Ochopee Fire Control and Rescue District

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