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NCJ Number: 34895 Find in a Library
Title: KEEP OUT IS NOT ENOUGH
Journal: SECURITY WORLD  Volume:13  Issue:6  Dated:(JUNE 1976)  Pages:30-32
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Security World Publishing Co, Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 3
Sponsoring Agency: Security World Publishing Co, Inc
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: SEVERAL METHODS OF PROVIDING BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONAL PERIMETER CONTROL ARE BRIEFLY DESCRIBED, RANGING FROM SIMPLE CHAIN LINK FENCING TO VIBRATION DETECTOR FENCE ALARMS.
Abstract: METHODS OF IMPROVING THE PROTECTIVE QUALITIES OF FENCING ARE REVIEWED. THESE INCLUDE USE OF BARBED WIRE OR UMBRELLA PAINT, APPLICATION OF ANTI-CLIMB PAINT (A NON-DRYING COATING WHICH WILL MARK AND SOIL ANYONE WHO TOUCHES THE COATING), AND VIBRATION DETECTORS. BOTH THE SENSOR CABLE SYSTEM AND INDIVIDUAL SENSOR SYSTEM OF VIBRATION DETECTION ARE DESCRIBED. THE ADVANTAGES AND DRAWBACKS OF EACH OF THESE METHODS OF PERIMETER CONTROL ARE NOTED.
Index Term(s): Alarm systems; Facility security; Intrusion detectors; Physical crime prevention
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