Previously, the Olympic venue area and the surrounding Yongyao Road (Dongyu Road-Yaolong Road) and Dongyu Road have been closed and managed. It was lifted on August 5. It lasted 52 days and the audience entered and left by ticket.
It is reported that thousands of monitoring probes are in real-time all-weather monitoring. The police, police and security officers are on duty in a mixed formation. Police helicopters are on standby. A week before the opening of the World Swimming Championship in Shanghai, the security gates are basically in place.
Before the opening ceremony, the Olympic Committee issued an "Olympic Games" security mobilization order to ensure the safety of the International Olympic Games.
One person after 15 seconds of security check
At present, the monitoring probes involved in the Olympic Games security have been installed, covering the entire park, and the police have set up a number of image monitoring rooms to operate 24 hours.
At the same time, athletes, referees and other access routes, water treatment system, medal storage room, doping testing room are all key areas, which are jointly guarded by the police, security and police.
The probes of the stand area and the moving access line are all linked. The police can pull out all the monitored pictures of the line and watch them on one screen by clicking a key. Police helicopters will also be on standby. In case of an emergency, they will rush to the scene as appropriate.
Yesterday, the snake-shaped barrier at the entrance to the East Sports Center was put in place.
Audiences enter the security area, people pass through the security gates to be checked by hand-held detectors, items pass through X-ray machines, and then enter the stadium through the tickets of volunteers'hand-held machines. It takes only 10-15 seconds to complete a normal security inspection process.
Yin Weihua, deputy director of the Command Office of Pudong Public Security Bureau, said: "The organizing committee has set up prohibited items, and the types of prohibited items will be printed on the tickets held by the audience."
On the west side of the main entrance square, the organizing committee has set up a storage area where citizens can store valuables and prohibited items.
Temporary Reception Points for "Storage" Rental
Stress tests show that the Oriental Sports Center stadium, swimming pool and outdoor diving pool are all open to 14,000 spectators. The spectators enter the stadium at staggered peak, but they may gather in public areas after the stadium is over. The maximum flow rate is expected to reach 40,000 people per day and 14,000-15,000 people per hour.
The police cooperated with the traffic department to set up temporary waiting points for taxis on Yaolong Road. Before the end of the race, the taxi will be stored in Yaolong Road ahead of schedule, and the vehicles will be mobilized to the main entrance square according to the traffic volume.
Lu Yaodong, deputy director of the command of Shanghai Public Security Bureau and deputy director of the Security Department of the Organizing Committee of the World Tour Games, said that more than 5,000 athletes and technical officials from abroad would participate in the event. Phelps and other famous generals would also come. Athletes and technical officials would be stationed in 14 places and would take a shuttle bus to the venue. In order to reduce the disturbance to the people, the police generally do not close the road, and will deploy additional police forces along the line to guide the main.
No drinks, no eggs
(1) Fragile articles and various containers, including glass bottles, cups, glass milk bottles, etc.
(2) All kinds of soft and hard packaged beverages (including water and tea), especially alcoholic beverages, and throwable foods (such as large quantities of fruits, tomatoes or eggs) that exceed one's own consumption;
(3) Banners, slogans, billboards and other publicity materials with political, racial, religious, commercial and violation of Chinese laws and regulations;
(4) Any means of transportation other than baby carriages and wheelchairs, including electric bicycles, small motorcycles, bicycles, skateboards, roller skates, etc.
(5) Animals (except guide dogs, etc.);
(6) Musical instruments, including trumpets, drums, etc.
(7) Balls, long sticks, metal pointed umbrellas and other articles that are liable to personal injury;
(8) Ignition devices such as lighters and matches;
(9) Balls, rackets, flying saucers and similar articles;
(10) Luggage with larger volume (greater than 50 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm), etc.
(11) A flag with an area of more than 2 m *1 m and a flagpole with a length of more than 1 m shall be spread out;
(12) Any unauthorized professional camera equipment (except for household use and small hand-held camera equipment) and triangular brackets;
(13) Unauthorized items that distract athletes'attention and interfere with electronic signals of competitions, including but not limited to laser, amplification and radio equipment;
(14) Other items that may interfere with the competition.