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Physical Security Principles for Today's Courts. Malcolm Franklin Senior Manager, Office of Security California Administrative Office of the Courts. 5 Basic Principles. Separation Design Funding Mitigation Staffing. Separation of Staff, Inmates & Public.

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Physical security principles for today s courts

Physical Security Principles for Today's Courts

Malcolm Franklin

Senior Manager, Office of Security

California Administrative Office of the Courts


5 basic principles

5 Basic Principles

  • Separation

  • Design

  • Funding

  • Mitigation

  • Staffing


Separation of staff inmates public

Separation of Staff, Inmates & Public

  • Basic separation of inmates, jail transportation, holding cells & internal movements to and from courtrooms.

  • Separation of Public areas, hallways, restrooms, jury assembly.

  • Staff separation, judicial officers, chambers, clerks counters, staff elevators.


Physical security principles for today s courts

Inmates in Public Hallway

Juvenile Screening

Separation

Overcrowding


Design

Design

  • Existing building changes

  • New facilities

  • Simple improvements

  • Collaborative efforts


Simple changes can help

Simple changes can help

  • Secure perimeter doors

  • Single staff and separate public entry point

  • Use bailiffs or guards to escort judges

  • Use inexpensive combination locks


Funding

Funding

  • Long term plans

  • Grants both Federal and State (Critical Infrastructure)

  • Leverage staffing

  • Surplus property programs


Mitigation

Mitigation

  • Access, lock systems

  • Camera / CCTV

  • Screening equipment

  • Duress / intrusion alarms

  • Staffing


Staffing

Staffing

  • Law enforcement

  • Contract

  • Court staff

  • Costs

  • Firearms


Contact

Contact :

Malcolm Franklin

Office of Security

Administrative Office of the Courts

455 Golden Gate Av.

San Francisco. Ca 94102

415-865-8830

[email protected]


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