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Solutions for Correcting a Common Courthouse Security Problem

Posted by Ted Prestogeorge on Jun 21, 2018

Topics: Courthouse Security, Courthouse Prisoner Movement


By Ted Prestogeorge, Senior Architect

One common issue I have seen during my years of courthouse analysis is the lack of secure prisoner movement into the courthouse, to the cellblock, and from the cellblock to the courtroom. This problem is more prevalent in older and historic courthouses, but it is widespread nonetheless. However, this is an issue that can be remedied. While the solution may require construction, the project may be a relatively modest effort that does not require a large-scale reconfiguration of the courthouse.

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