Oscars use protection

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Equipment supplied by Safe Environment Engineering (SEE) was once again utilised to provide detection and surveillance to the 83rd Academy Awards Ceremonies on 27 February 2011 to support the Federal Law Enforcement, Los Angeles Fire and Police Departments.

SEE provided local, state and federal security forces tasked with keeping the stars and attendees to the Academy Awards safe with their detection and video surveillance systems. SEE provides capabilities that provide around–the–clock monitoring for deadly atmospheric–gas releases and other potential attacks. SEEs integrated systems of chemical, biological, radiological and detection equipment is used for early warning system for public–safety threats at the recent Rose Bowl game, the Pro Bowl, the Grammies, the National Basketball Association (NBA) All Star Game and other events of national significance. SEE provides systems to counter terrorism units, homeland security and other federal authorities charged with protecting the nations public at large scale events. SEE is the leading provider of integrated chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear detection equipment to federal, state and local authorities in the US. SEE systems have been used over the last 17 years to provide protection at many major sporting and public events which involve many branches of Public Safety including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Secret Service, state and local law and fire enforcement officials. SEE advances the safety and security of the general public, first responders, and critical infrastructure with real–time real–world wireless interoperable information solutions. The company's products are featured as part of the US Department of Homeland Security's Integrated Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive programme.

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