With multiple access points for vehicles and pedestrians, securing a stadium is challenging. Attention needs to be paid to all of the possible vehicle approaches around the stadium. Ideally, pedestrians should be segregated from vehicles with their own entrance to provide optimum safety.
Fixed, high-security bollards installed along a stadiums perimeter do not prohibit pedestrian movement. Thought needs to be given to the height and visibility of installed bollards to ensure they are obvious to pedestrians in a crowd of people. The position of bollards needs to be lines that run perpendicular to pedestrian desire lines to ensure the flow rate still remains at its peak.
Temporary high-security measures can also be provided. If a stadium is only considered at risk of a terrorist attack during certain high profile planned events. Temporary measures can be deployed very quickly and efficiently and can be installed with minimal surface damage. There are many security objectives and considerations when protecting a stadium so it is important you go through a thorough design stage initially.