security screen

security screen

Heavy screen used as a barrier against escapes or break-ins; see detention screen, protection screen.
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A RAIDER who attacked a shop assistant through a security screen was jailed for three years and four months.
Footage played on television news bulletins yesterday showed the repeated efforts of the raiders to smash the glass security screen protecting staff at the Stanley betting shop in Trafford two weeks ago.
Fixed to a light steel frame, the mesh acts as a solar and security screen, reducing glare while allowing views through to the docks.
ROBBERS yesterday made off with a five-figure sum after smashing the security screen of a post office.
EVEN buying bread now has to be done through a security screen on Britain's meanest streets.
Usually when you go into a cake shop, staff are quite friendly but the security screen makes it a bit impersonal.
The burglars apparently discovered once they got inside the Smoke 4 You shop in the 500 block of East Palmdale Boulevard that there was no back door and that the front was covered with a security screen, so they had to climb back out through the roof, Sgt.
A man was left dangling trapped between a security screen and a ceiling during a raid on a petrol station.
POLICE have released fresh video footage in the hunt for three men who tried to smash their way through the security screens of a Birmingham bookmakers.
BENEFITS AGENCY staff in Nuneaton began a two-day strike today in protest at plans to remove security screens from their office.
Public and Commercial Service Union members are angry at plans to scrap security screens in new combined Jobcentres and benefit offices.
JOB centre staff are threatening a nationwide strike over the lack of security screens at their new one-stop offices.
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