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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.


Metro Radio Arena -Garrett

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 increasing the speed of entry as well as giving their fantastic security team’s arms and backs a rest, these arches will be a huge benefit to all in attendance of future events.

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We installed ahead of Katy Perry’s concert on Monday 25th June where this time saving addition to their venue safety was in action for the first time. The detectors are quick and simple to use and will be a welcome development to further define their ongoing security needs, enhancing the customer experience and ease of entry into the venue with guest safety at the forefront of everything they do.

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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

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Constables monitor traffic at courthouse. More than 2,000 items collected at entrances

Published by Ironton, Thursday 19th January 2012

In 2011, more than 200,000 people walked through the Lawrence County Courthouse’s two entrances.

And so did more than 1,800 knives.

Thanks to the seven diligent courthouse constables and their metal detectors and wands, not one knife or other unauthorized item got past security.

The metal detectors have been in place since 1996, said Constable Ralph Peters. The security measures were a recommendation by the Ohio Supreme Court.” – Taken from Article

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Courthouse gets metal detector in lobby

Published by Daily Home, by David Atchison, Saturday March 3rd 2012

“PELL CITY — After a security expert recommended more than a decade ago that the county position a metal detector in the main lobby of the courthouse, one is finally there.

“Anything court related, you have to go through that metal detector,” Presiding St. Clair County Circuit Court Judge Jim Hill said Friday.” – Taken from Article

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