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Courts as fortresses

By johnboy 29 September 2008 22

Simon Corbell has announced that a security upgrade at the courts has come into effect today. So our learned friends will need to allow more time to get in and out while they pass through the metal detectors and get their bags x-rayed.

Apparently it’s not due to any rise in violence in our courts, just keeping up with national standards.

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johnboy 12:50 am 01 Oct 08

Ahh and then the secure zones will offer transferable vetting.

You’ll either be “secured” and able to move freely or not.


vandam 12:04 am 01 Oct 08

I dont get it……..The courts are now much safer than our airports. A complete waste of money, unless of course the magistrates intend on putting crooks in jail, in which case it would make sense.

I wonder when we are going to get these security measures for shopping centres, supermarkets.

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