SPTE 203 Crowd Management

SPTE 203 Crowd Management - CrowdManagement CrowdControl

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Crowd Management
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Crowd Control Literally that----Controlling the behavior of  your patrons----typically with security  guards (peer security guards, uniformed  police, arena security, parking guards,  etc.)   Using uniformed guards to police the  behavior of your patrons is probably the  least effective and most expensive method  at your disposal.
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Crowd Control Costs Arena Security - $12.00 Arena Security Supervisor - $26.40 Contract (Peer) Security - $14.40 Contract (Peer) Security Supervisor -  $18.60 Uniformed Police – Approx. $45.00
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Crowd Management Directing the behavior of your patrons  through signage, architecture, barriers,  policies, graphics, building hardware,  sound and lighting levels, etc. Using crowd management techniques tend  to be the most effective and least  expensive (at least over time) method. 
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What Affects Crowd Behavior? Outdoor Concert in a Thunderstorm
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course SPTE 203 taught by Professor Kenyon during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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SPTE 203 Crowd Management - CrowdManagement CrowdControl

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