Securing the mall

Sheridan, Mike
June 2002
Shopping Center World;Jun2002, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p34
Trade Publication
Describes the security measures exercised by mall owners and operators in the U.S. to protect their businesses from terrorists and criminals. Changes implemented at shopping centers for safety; Method considered by the industry to counter bioterrorism attacks; Concern of mall owners for terrorism insurance.


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