September 11 Memorial & Museum Improves Security with Hidden Surveillance
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center Foundation was established in 2005 to remember, pay tribute to, and honor the people who lost their lives at the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001—and in other related terrorist attacks. For the thousands of people who visit the site every day, personal security is paramount.
So when the foundation approached New York State Police Officer, Charles Stravalle to help enhance their existing security solution, he took this challenge very seriously. “People visit the 911 Memorial & Museum to reflect in peace—of all locations that my department is asked to protect, people should never be concerned with their safety here,” said Stravalle.
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