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An area that only authorized people can enter; to prevent '''trespassing'''.
 
An area that only authorized people can enter; to prevent '''trespassing'''.
==MRT areas==
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==Common Scenarios==
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===MRT areas===
 
*Entering the MRT track.
 
*Entering the MRT track.
 
*Being inside the MRT control station without any apparent reason.
 
*Being inside the MRT control station without any apparent reason.
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*Entering Do Not Board trains that leads to the turnback siding or crossover, to retrieve back to the next platform.
 
*Entering Do Not Board trains that leads to the turnback siding or crossover, to retrieve back to the next platform.
 
*Entering the MRT depot (please take note it is an offence under the Infrastructure Protection Act)
 
*Entering the MRT depot (please take note it is an offence under the Infrastructure Protection Act)
==Bus areas==
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===Bus areas===
 
*Entering bus depots.
 
*Entering bus depots.
 
*Entering unauthorised areas (such as the interchange staff rooms)
 
*Entering unauthorised areas (such as the interchange staff rooms)
 
*Entering the bus interchange canteens without authorisation.
 
*Entering the bus interchange canteens without authorisation.
==Shopping Malls==
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===Shopping Malls===
 
*Using of cargo lifts.
 
*Using of cargo lifts.
 
*Using of emergency staircases (people can only use it during emergency)
 
*Using of emergency staircases (people can only use it during emergency)
==Housing==
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===Housing===
 
*Entering the condominium as these are fenced up, not like HDB.
 
*Entering the condominium as these are fenced up, not like HDB.
 
*Breaking into private house property.
 
*Breaking into private house property.
==Airport==
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===Airport===
 
The “Sterile Area” refers to portions of an airport defined in the [[airport security]] program that provides passengers access to boarding aircraft and to which the access generally is controlled by TSA, an aircraft operator, or a foreign air carrier, for security reasons due to 9/11 attacks.
 
The “Sterile Area” refers to portions of an airport defined in the [[airport security]] program that provides passengers access to boarding aircraft and to which the access generally is controlled by TSA, an aircraft operator, or a foreign air carrier, for security reasons due to 9/11 attacks.
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Trespassing into airport runways is also illegal. There is high security at the entrances to the airport with CCTV and at least one armed guard at all the vehicle entrances.
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==YourStudent Based Restricted Areas==
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*Naval bases
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*Military bases
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*Prisons

Latest revision as of 13:01, July 31, 2020

An area that only authorized people can enter; to prevent trespassing.

Common ScenariosEdit

MRT areasEdit

  • Entering the MRT track.
  • Being inside the MRT control station without any apparent reason.
  • Entering Do Not Board trains that leads to the depot.
  • Entering Do Not Board trains that leads to the turnback siding or crossover, to retrieve back to the next platform.
  • Entering the MRT depot (please take note it is an offence under the Infrastructure Protection Act)

Bus areasEdit

  • Entering bus depots.
  • Entering unauthorised areas (such as the interchange staff rooms)
  • Entering the bus interchange canteens without authorisation.

Shopping MallsEdit

  • Using of cargo lifts.
  • Using of emergency staircases (people can only use it during emergency)

HousingEdit

  • Entering the condominium as these are fenced up, not like HDB.
  • Breaking into private house property.

AirportEdit

The “Sterile Area” refers to portions of an airport defined in the airport security program that provides passengers access to boarding aircraft and to which the access generally is controlled by TSA, an aircraft operator, or a foreign air carrier, for security reasons due to 9/11 attacks. Trespassing into airport runways is also illegal. There is high security at the entrances to the airport with CCTV and at least one armed guard at all the vehicle entrances.

YourStudent Based Restricted AreasEdit

  • Naval bases
  • Military bases
  • Prisons
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