Project Lockdown offers faraday technology in the form of a key pouch that will prevent the key fob from communicating with the vehicle. This means criminals will not be able to tap into that communication and steal the car or truck.
This Canadian-developed technology comes to Guelph Wellington thanks to CSGW, KYCS (Keep Your Community Safe) and GardaWorld.
Click HERE for more information or CLICK HERE TO ORDER.
Crimes Of The Week
(TOWNSHIP OF CENTRE WELLINGTON) At 3:16am on Tuesday November 15th 2022, a break and enter occurred at Two Wheel Motorsport, […]
(CITY OF GUELPH) At approximately 2:17am on Wednesday October 12th 2022, an act of mischief occurred at a business located […]
(CITY OF GUELPH) At approximately 6:40pm on Tuesday November 8th 2022, a robbery occurred at a pharmacy, located on Gordon […]
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