AI-powered solution stops 96% of crimes without law enforcement involvement


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Elite Interactive Solutions has compiled three years of data spanning from 2020-2022 that details criminal activity and outcomes at three of the company’s customer locations.

The data confirms that Elite – a leader in guard replacement services using proprietary intelligence and 100% verified police calls – has been successful in preventing criminal behaviour in 96% of non-violent incidents when trespassers were detected on customers’ properties without the need for police intervention.

In over 1,400 documented security related events in this study, Elite’s Digital Guards solution resulted in one of three positive outcomes: The criminal behaviour stopped or the police detained or arrested the subject(s) with zero false alarms generated to law enforcement during the three-year survey time frame.

Aria Kozak, CEO, Elite Interactive said: “Digital Guards is a truly unique, field-proven crime prevention solution. In addition to being a proactive solution to combat crime, Elite’s guard replacement services, deliver significant ROI over time by reducing costs associated with personnel, theft and vandalism.”

Elite Interactive Solutions employs advanced AI security technologies to autonomously identify anomalies at a client’s location, such as when an individual or vehicle appears on premises during off hours.

Once an anomaly is detected, the AI driven system analyses and determines if it is a false or non-security event in real time. If the incident is determined to be non-threatening, it is dismissed, effectively eliminating a false alarm.

Events identified as being potential or imminent threats are managed by experienced security professionals with law enforcement or military backgrounds who immediately engage the individual(s) directly via two-way audio technology. This is the most frequent engagement as documented by Elite’s data with 96% of incidents being resolved through Elite’s voice down process.

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