security screen

security screen

Heavy screen used as a barrier against escapes or break-ins; see detention screen, protection screen.
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The disgruntled customer launched the mystery liquid at a security screen, which protects counter staff.
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.
The two men, wearing motorbike helmets, threatened staff as they tried to breaka security screen with the guns.
Fixed to a light steel frame, the mesh acts as a solar and security screen, reducing glare while allowing views through to the docks.
He left the bus - still without speaking - when John managed to close his security screen.
The men, one black and the other of mixed race, failed to smash a security screen and set off a fire extinguisher in Alum Rock's Sladefield Road Post Office.
Mark Fitzgerald, 32, leapt over the glass security screen around the dock at Leeds Magistrates' Court and ran from the building.
ROBBERS yesterday made off with a five-figure sum after smashing the security screen of a post office.
A RAIDER who attacked a shop assistant through a security screen was jailed for three years and four months.
EVEN buying bread now has to be done through a security screen on Britain's meanest streets.
The security screen smashed in that attack was still boarded up.
HAS it come to this - crime has got so bad that you even have to buy a loaf through a security screen?
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