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WMATA to discuss security program at summit

Posted on May 31, 2002

Security chiefs from the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) will be discussing the challenges of securing their system from potential attacks at WCBF's multimodal Global Security Summit for Transportation Systems and Critical Infrastructure. The summit, being held in Chicago from Sept. 4 to 5, will feature a discussion by Daniel D. Hall, deputy chief of transit police and head of the Protective Services Bureau at WMATA. Security personnel and corporate security directors from various multimodal industries will have the opportunity to hear how WMATA is expanding its existing security programs, including its chemical-biological sensor detection program. For further information, contact Vijay Bajaj at (312) 466 5774 or by email at or visit

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