Blackburn, United Kingdom, September 30, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Greater Manchester Fire Service are fighting back, by installing Vision Techniques Closed Circuit Television (Mobile CCTV) and the introduction of Hostilities Training for crews.
The encouraging news is that with the exception of 2006 where there was a slight increase, attacks on frontline firefighters have steadily decreased. This decrease can be attributed to the work undertaken to tackle this problem such as the installation of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) on fire service vehicles.
Andrew Kelly, business development manager at Vision Techniques commented, "We're proud to be supporting Greater Manchester Fire Service in tackling this problem. As well as automatic recording for crew protection, our systems also offer Video Gateway with remote connectivity, GPS tracking and 2-way push-to-talk audio."
For further details on mobile cctv and Vision Techniques please visit, www.vision-techniques.com