Accessibility

Accessibility

The Department of Homeland Security is committed to providing accessible Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to individuals with disabilities, including members of the public and federal employees, by meeting or exceeding the requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. In addition, the Department is also committed to ensuring accessibility of our buildings and facilities as required by the Architectural Barriers Act, 42 U.S.C. 4151 through 4157. For more information on what DHS is doing with promoting accessibility, visit our topic page.

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(@chriissteen)

Accessibility

Private Security Companiies

Personal experience has taught me that large events in my case festivals, music, beer, RV, faires such as the Dickens Faire and even local county fairs should not be allowed to open to the public unless they have a plan for security that meets or exceeds the requirements of Homeland Security. Problem is; there really are no requirements for these events. "Private security personnel often are the first line of defense ...more »

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