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More sensors in entry points to ensure safety in malls—INQUIRER.net poll

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MANILA, Philippines—To ensure safety of shops and shoppers, mall owners should install more sensors in entry points, INQUIRER.net survey results said Thursday.

From the total of 2,215 votes distributed among three choices, it gathered 50.34 per cent or 1,115 points.

INQUIRER.net readers believe “doing thorough search on shoppers’ bags” is the next “must-do” for mall owners, with 26.46 per cent or a total of 586 votes.

Third priority is “deploying more guards,” which got 23 per cent or 514 votes.

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Tags: INQUIRER.net poll , INQUIRER.net survey , mall owners , mall security , safety in malls

  • Jane Tan

    Lol… betcha the robbers and the criminals are the ones voting for the sensors. What use are the sensors when everyone that passes through them beeps and the guard doesn’t even bother checking the bags. I even got through airport sensors and x-ray with a scissor in my hand-carry. And it was only in Singapore when I realized I had it because they checked my bag.

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