Lockdown


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A status mandated by the security department of a facility during an emergency. During lockdown, all exits are manned and foot traffic is closely monitored
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Hydroponic founder and resident DJ Michael McKeown explained: "Titanic Lockdown is unique to the music scene in Northern Ireland - a real music festival for real music lovers in an outstanding venue in unbelievable surroundings.
Redbridge council has asked that all schools in the area put lockdown systems in place, and Woodbridge High School is one of the first in the area to have mobilised its system.
onwards) - Partial lockdown of CCP complex, Pasay City.
30pm local time, thanks to the lockdown, the Independent reports.
The conditions of detention during lockdowns are very close to segregation or solitary confinement.
He said PTI was doing politics of agitation and chaos in the country and its workers were involved in violence incidents during lockdown plan.
She was told that the school was on lockdown, she couldn't come in and that she needed to "go somewhere safe.
Proponents will argue that the lockdown was necessary to protect the public while police searched for a dangerous criminal.
Some of them are in convoys and there's this policy of lockdown of the roads and there should be no movement there because of the security protocols," said Chief Supt.
CHART-TOPPER Example will perform a secret show for MTV's Live Lockdown in Scotland later this month.
WASHINGTON, April 11 (KUNA) -- A shooting on Saturday that led to the lockdown of the US Capitol was a suicide, Capitol police said.