High-rise security is 'balancing act'

Monday, 18 December 2006, 4:04 PM EST

Electronic ID cards, surveillance cameras and metal detectors are fixtures in high-rise office buildings, but experts say with thousands whizzing through the revolving doors each day, it's impossible to guarantee workers' safety.

More than five years after Sept. 11, security for high-rises is still a tricky balance of protecting workers and doing it without choking off commerce.

At USA Today.

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