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April 2009
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Apr2009 Supplement, p14
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The article presents a case study on the installation of security systems at the Canterbury Park Racetrack and Card Club in Shakopee, Minnesota. Canterbury Park Holding Corp. has employed video surveillance to its casino and racetracks to monitor its cash transactions and footage of the races. The installation of digital surveillance technology enabled the establishment to reduce its review time, savings and labor costs.


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