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1 delivering security services balancing security with openness

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Delivering Security Services – Balancing Security with Openness


Security past and present

Security Past and Present

  • Until recent years the provision of securitywas mainly to protect members and staff from verbal and physical attack.

  • In February 2005 the Queensland Government introduced a Counter-Terrorism Strategy. Included in this strategy is the Queensland Plan for the Protection of Government Assets from Terrorism (GAP).

  • This plan calls for a framework of four separate guides to prepare for, prevent, respond to and recover from potential terrorism-related incidents.


Queensland parliamentary precinct

Queensland Parliamentary Precinct

Parliamentary Annexe

Queensland University of Technology

Annexe -Main Entry

Parliament House -Main Entry

Chamber

George Street

Alice Street


The environs

The Environs

  • Parliament House

  • Legislative Assembly chambers

  • Offices of The Speaker, Premier and Ministers

  • Parliamentary support staff

  • Media gallery and press rooms

  • Meeting rooms

  • Function areas

  • Gift shop

  • Historical library

  • Parliamentary Annexe

  • Accommodation for Premier, Ministers and Regional Members

  • Members offices

  • Opposition Leader and staff office

  • Committees offices

  • Media studios

  • Parliamentary staff

  • Recreational facilities

  • Catering facilities

  • Conference rooms

  • Function and

    Meeting rooms


Not just for members

Not Just for Members

  • School Tours

  • Visitor Tours

  • Educational seminars

  • Public Gallery

  • Regional Parliaments

  • Youth Parliaments

  • Meeting rooms

  • Function venues

  • Committee public hearings

  • Historical and reference libraries

  • Internet access


Sample counter terrorism risk register

Sample - Counter-terrorism Risk Register


Prevention general security plan detect deter delay minimise impact

Prevention- General Security Plan(Detect, deter, delay, minimise impact)


Entry exit points general security plan

Entry/Exit Points - General Security Plan

  • There are six pedestrian and five vehicle entry points to secure areas.

  • All can be accessed by electronic ID card holders.

  • Two are public entry points for access by non-active card holders after completing scanner search and registration.

  • Security access ID cards are divided into six categories (coloured).

  • Each category has differing access privileges in terms of hours of entry, entry points and access to internal areas.


World security breaches

World Security Breaches

Canadian Parliament –

Greenpeace Protest

Indian Parliament –

Terrorist Attack 2001

British Parliament –

Purple Powder


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