Protecting public buildings from person-borne threats
Jonathan James examines unobtrusive ways to screen members of the public as they enter large public spaces to ensure maximum security
In the light of recent tragic events in Paris and elsewhere, security professionals worldwide are facing an unprecedented broadening of requirements to screen people for concealed threat items. The evolving nature of the threat is driving requirements to want to screen people over an increasingly diverse range of operational security scenarios and locations.
People screening requirements now cover a broad swathe of applications, ranging from high volume, high throughput public places such as transport hubs, shopping malls . . .