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Hotel, Building Operators Told to Improve Security

Police have warned hotel and building operators in Jakarta to improve security amid heightened concerns of terrorist attacks. “Hotels, whether or not they are star-rated, as well as commercial complexes like malls and business centers, must improve safety standards and security systems. Otherwise, they must be ready to face disaster,” National Police deputy detective chief of crime affairs, Insp. Gen. I Made Mangku Pastika told The Jakarta Post on the sidelines of a one-day workshop titled “Jakarta Hotel and Commercial Complex Security Workshop” on Monday. Pastika, who also heads the Bali bombing investigative team, referred to the Bali attack last year which ripped through the Sari Club and Paddy’s Cafe in Kuta, Bali, claiming nearly 200 lives, mostly foreign tourists. Full Story

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