Quantcast Figure 4. Intergrated Physical Security System

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MIL-HDBK-1013/1A
3)
Barriers.  Appropriately designed and located barriers are
required to delay a forced entry threat or to stop a standoff, ballistic, or
vehicle bomb attack.  In the case of forced entry, the delay must be
sufficient to allow the system time to detect, assess, and react
appropriately.
4)
Responding Guards.  Guards must respond to the location of the
alarm, applying restraining or, in the limit, deadly force.
The above functional elements can be accomplished using people, hardware, or
some combination.  For example, detection may be accomplished by roving
guards or intrusion detection sensors.  Assessment may involve response force
guards, CCTVs, or some combination.  The delay function may involve either
one or more
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