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Verified compliance activities
and integrated patrol management

A vital element of effective operations, includes ensuring public safety, deterring criminal behaviour, detecting illicit activities, and upholding regulations, laws, and policies.

Together, managed compliance activities and patrols form the bedrock of operational success, compliance, and trust. This underscores the significance of organised oversight and proactive management in achieving safety and meeting regulatory objectives.

Key benefits

  • High performance, lightweight native Android app
  • Conduct verified proof of presence and patrol activities online or offline in dead-zones.
  • Verify an activity with NFC, image META, geo-tracking, barcode or QR.
  • Rapidly setup of checkpoints, routes and activities/patrols in realtime.
  • Schedule planned tasks that are forced on verification.
  • Conduct pre-set or random activities with deadlines and allowable tolerances.
  • Report issues or incidents on the go with a seamless integration with Reporter.
  • Access live performance reports, non-compliance and audit trails.
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Visible presence assures stakeholders, enhancing assurance, trust and safety perceptions among staff and stakeholders.

Patrols deter potential threats by signalling an active, monitored presence, reducing risk and identifying issues early.

Proactive scheduled measures, including patrols, prevent incidents by addressing risks before they escalate.

Controlled operations ensuring systematic coverage, efficient resource use, and effective incident management.

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Frequently Asked Questions

In an organisation, several roles typically interact with Verify for completing compliance activities and patrols, especially in sectors such as secure locations, venues/events, security services, corporate environments, and regulatory agencies. These roles depend on robust compliance and patrol management systems to perform their duties effectively, ensuring that their organisations operate smoothly, safely, and legally.

Here are some of the key roles that commonly use these systems:

Compliance Officers:

They oversee the organisation's compliance with laws, regulations, and internal policies. Compliance officers use these systems to monitor adherence, manage documentation, and ensure that all parts of the organisation are operating within legal and ethical boundaries.

Security Managers:

Responsible for the physical security of an organisation’s facilities, security managers utilise patrol management systems to coordinate security staff, plan patrol routes, and monitor real-time security operations.

Risk Managers:

These professionals focus on identifying, evaluating, and mitigating risks within an organisation. They often work closely with compliance systems to track compliance-related risks and ensure effective controls are in place.

IT/Engineering/Technical Teams:

They help protect an organisation’s operational assets. Schedule checks and maintenance activities are required to verify critical assets are resilient and fully operational (i.e. generators, server rooms, cooling systems etc.)

Facility Managers:

They use patrol management systems to ensure that building management complies with safety standards and security protocols, coordinating with security teams to manage access to buildings and respond to emergencies.

Law Enforcement/Community Officers:

In public safety and law enforcement agencies, officers use patrol management systems to optimise patrol assignments, track incidents, and manage resources effectively across different areas.

Audit Managers:

They frequently interact with the management information with a compliance systems to conduct audits, ensure regulatory compliance, and report findings to management for corrective action.

Executive Management: Senior leaders, including CEOs and CFOs, use information from compliance and patrol management systems to make strategic decisions, ensure organisational integrity, and maintain operational oversight.

A proof of presence / patrol management platform, while primarily designed to streamline and enhance the efficiency of patrols, can be leveraged in a variety of other use cases beyond traditional security tasks.

By leveraging the core functionalities such as task scheduling, real-time tracking, and reporting—organisations across various sectors can enhance operational efficiency, ensure compliance, and improve service delivery. This adaptability showcases the platforms' potential beyond security, serving as a comprehensive tool for operational management.

These platforms often incorporate features like real-time communication, GPS tracking, incident reporting, and task management, making them versatile tools for different operational needs:

  1. Facility Maintenance and Inspection: Patrol management platforms can be used to schedule, track, and report on routine maintenance checks and safety inspections of buildings and facilities. This ensures that any issues are promptly identified and addressed, maintaining operational efficiency and safety standards.
  2. Cleaning Services Verification: In environments where cleanliness is critical, such as hospitals, hotels, and office buildings, proof of presence ensures that cleaning staff complete their rounds, maintaining high standards of hygiene and contributing to health and safety.
  3. Health and Safety Compliance: In industries where health and safety regulations are stringent, such platforms can facilitate compliance checks and audits. They can help in documenting adherence to safety protocols, conducting risk assessments, and managing corrective actions for any non-compliance found.
  4. Asset Management: For businesses with extensive physical assets across different locations, these platforms can assist in inventory checks and monitoring the condition of assets. This use case is particularly relevant for organisations managing large inventories, machinery, or equipment in the field.
  5. Visitor Management: For facilities that receive a high volume of visitors, proof of presence can track visitor movement, ensuring they remain within authorised areas, thereby enhancing site security.
  6. Quality Control: In manufacturing or production environments, patrol management software can be adapted for quality control inspections. Inspectors can use the platform to schedule inspections, document findings, and flag issues for follow-up, ensuring product quality and compliance with standards.
  7. Environmental Monitoring: For organisations involved in environmental conservation or compliance, patrol management platforms can track and document environmental inspections, wildlife observations, or pollution assessments. This data can be vital for regulatory compliance and environmental protection efforts.
  8. Event Management: During large public events, these platforms can coordinate the deployment of staff for crowd control, emergency response, and coordination of services. They enable real-time communication and response, improving event safety and attendee experience.
  9. Emergency Equipment Checks: Regular checks of emergency equipment (e.g., fire extinguishers, AEDs, and emergency exit signs) can be verified through proof of presence, ensuring readiness in case of an emergency.
  10. Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Companies can use these platforms to monitor the movement and delivery of goods, ensuring that logistics operations are executed as planned. This can help in identifying delays or issues in the supply chain promptly.
  11. Public Services: For municipalities or public service organisations, patrol management software can help in coordinating street cleaning, snow removal, and other public maintenance tasks, ensuring efficient service delivery and public satisfaction.
  12. Customer Service and Field Service Management: Businesses providing on-site services can use these platforms to manage field service technicians, track service calls, and ensure timely and effective customer service.
  13. Retail Stock Checks: Retail operations can use proof of presence to ensure that employees are conducting regular stock checks, helping to maintain accurate inventory levels and reduce the risk of stockouts or overstocking.
  14. Compliance Auditing: In industries subject to strict regulatory requirements, proof of presence can document compliance with operational protocols, such as safety checks and procedural audits, thereby avoiding fines and legal issues.



When you're in a dead-zone with no internet access, our smart data synchronisation system is designed to handle offline scenarios. This process is crucial for maintaining the functionality and reliability of mobile applications and services, particularly in environments where internet connectivity is inconsistent or unavailable. Here's how this typically works:

  1. Local Data Storage: The system saves any changes or new data you generate into a local encrypted storage  on your device. This means you can continue to use the app, even without an internet connection.
  2. Change Tracking: While offline, the system tracks any changes you make. This could be anything from creating completing checkpoints, to conducting tasks.
  3. Data Syncing Queues: The changes you make are queued for rapid synchronisation. The system maintains a log of changes that need to be synchronised with the central Command platform once connectivity is restored.
  4. Reconnecting and Syncing: Once your device detects an internet connection (when you leave the dead-zone), the sync process begins automatically. The system will upload your changes to Command. Simultaneously, it checks for any changes or updates that occurred on the server while you were offline.