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Basic floor plan: There are no security guards on duty at any given time. There are three ATM's on site but none of them can see who comes and goes through the building. Cameras are located behind the counter allowing the interactions between the teller and customer to be recorded. A door is located on the side of the counter. Access is granted with the entry of a pin code only. There are a total of eight employees on duty at a time and security buttons are located next to the cashier drawers to alert police of any criminal actions.

Current security features in place: Security buttons located next to the cashier drawers, cameras located behind the counter, and the number of employees on duty at a time.

 

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