Sporting Digital Eyes

October 2004
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Oct2004, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p14
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This article presents information on the "Arrowhead Pond," a premier entertainment and sports venue located in Anaheim, California. The facility's reputation and continued efforts to maintain a family-oriented entertainment environment is largely the responsibility of the security staff operating under the direction of Russell Beecher, Arrowhead Pond's security/public safety manager. The Anaheim Police Department also uses Arrowhead Pond's surveillance system to keep an eye out for suspicious activity. A second control location is available to the police where they can control cameras for spot surveillance.


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