The Office of General Affairs announced that they implemented Security Sector System starting on November 21st. Before this system was introduced, one security guard was in charge of patrolling two or three buildings. The weakness of this building quota system is that it leaves a blind spot in terms of security. Security guards were unaware of the accidents that happened outside the buildings because their duty was to check only inside the buildings.
To make up for this drawback, the Office of General Affairs divided the campus into three sectors and put three security guards in each sector. These sectors are divided again into the main security building, sub security building, and resting building. Three security guards take charge of the main building in a rotation. During their patrols, they can handle student complaints directly.
Also, when problems occur, by giving a report immediately, all-round control over security tasks will be strengthened. Before the change in the system, security guards all neglected their duties after 12 A.M. because nobody would be inside the building at that time. By assigning a sector to three security guards and connecting the sector to the central situation room, a constant security system can be established. As the Security Sector System is still in the beginning stages, the Office of General Affairs is continuously experimenting with the system, searching for the best way to implement it.
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