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Regton goes to Katy Perry’s Witness: The Tour

Regton goes to Katy Perry’s Witness: The Tour, her latest UK & European tour. REGTON LTD ARE DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE EXCITING DEVELOPMENTS IN VENUE SECURITY Regton Ltd announce the introduction of Garrett walk through metal detectors at The Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle to replace and improve the current manual scanning procedure; with the aim of…

Bid for permanent metal detector to be installed

Published by Burton Mail “BURTON could be one of the first towns in the country to have a permanent walk-through metal detector outside town centre venues to prevent weapons being taken in. The state-of-the-art security device will hopefully be installed in Burton as part of the Mail’s Safer Burton campaign.” – Taken from Article Click…

For Suffolk legislature, metal detectors to debut

Published by Newsday, by Paul LaRocco, Wednesday 1st February 2012 “Visitors to the Suffolk County Legislature building in Hauppauge will soon be subject to beefed-up security measures – temporarily, for now. General safety concerns are prompting the use of metal detectors at the public entrance to the legislature’s Rose Y. Caracappa Auditorium off Veterans Memorial…

Metal detector wands make debut at Bucs game

Published by WTSP, Sunday 4th December 2011 “”The NFL’s looking to improve the fan experience,” says Eric Hart with the Tampa Sports Authority. “They’re just trying to make it less invasive.” By “less invasive,” Hart is referring to how some fans were searched before football games: body patdowns.” – Taken from Article Click the image below to read…

Metal detector screening uncovers nearly 300 knives

Published by 620wtmjnewsradio, By the Associated Press, July 14th 2011. “STEVENS POINT, Wis. (AP) — Officers have uncovered nearly 400 knives, ammunition, pepper spray and other items considered to be weapons during the first three months of metal detector screening at the Portage County Courthouse.” – Taken from Article   Information from: Stevens Point Journal,…

Greater Manchester Police prepare for ‘Mad Friday’

Published by BBC news Manchester, Friday 17th December 2010. Last year police were drafted in to Manchester as the city prepared for one of its busiest days of the year. “Metal detecting archways are part of a massive security operation as thousands of people head into the city. Ch Insp Chris Hill, of Greater Manchester Police,…

Club Chemistry in Canterbury install metal detector after stabbing…

Published by ‘this is’ Kent, Thursday 13th October 2011 “CLUBBERS heading for a night out at one of the city’s biggest venues must now go through a metal detector. The device was introduced at Club Chemistry inStation Road Eastfollowing an emergency review of the club’s licence after a man was stabbed in the stomach last…

Police initiative in Hinckley leads to 34 arrests…

Published by The Hinckley Times, Friday October 7th 2011. “THIRTY-FOUR people including some as young as 14 were arrested in a violent crime operation across the county.  Knife arches, which are similar to airport metal detectors, were used in Hinckley, Loughborough and Leicester centres to check more than 700 people for carrying an offensive weapon.” – Taken…

Detecting More

  Written By Jessica Goff, The Daily Iberian, Thursday September 15th 2011. “The walk-through metal detectors, purchased last year by the Iberia Parish School Board are being put to use this school year, and according to local principals, the devices are not only a safety precaution they also have been curbing rampant cell phone use…