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Encyclopedia > Crowd control

Crowd control is controlling a crowd who are not a riot and not a demonstration. Examples are at football matches and when a sale of goods has attracted an excess of customers. It calls for gentler tactics than riot control. Materials such as stanchions, crowd control barriers, fences and decals painted on the ground can be used to direct a crowd. Keeping the crowd comfortable and relaxed is also essential, so things like awnings, cooling fans (in hot weather), and entertainment are sometimes used as well. For controlling riots and demonstrations, see riot control. A throng of people returning from a show of fireworks spill in to the street stopping traffic at the intersection of Fulton Street and Gold Street in Lower Manhattan. ... Teamsters, armed with pipes, riot in a clash with riot police in the Minneapolis Teamsters Strike of 1934. ... A man holds up a street puppet designed to resemble George W. Bush at a demonstration against the World Bank and International Monetary Fund on April 16, 2005 in Washington, D.C.. American Civil Rights March on Washington, leaders marching from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial, August 28... Look up Football in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... French mobile gendarmes doing riot control. ... Stanchion (Fr. ... Crowd Control Barriers in Sydney Olympic Park A crowd control barrier (with some versions called a French barrier in the USA), is used to direct the flow of large numbers of pedestrian traffic. ... French mobile gendarmes doing riot control. ...


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Crowd Control Barriers in Sydney Olympic Park A crowd control barrier (with some versions called a French barrier in the USA), is used to direct the flow of large numbers of pedestrian traffic. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ...

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Crowd Control - WoWWiki, the Warcraft wiki (2435 words)
The key to good crowd control is to time when the ability will "break" (meaning the monster is then free to charge and attack a member of the part) so that it can either be crowd controlled again, or so the tank is free enough to pick it up and gain its aggression.
Often forgotten as a crowd control ability is the Hunter's ability to kite a mob, that is: to force it to chase the hunter while the hunter outruns it.
Paladins are a mixed bag of crowd control, with a variety of abilities to both control aggro and bubbles prevent their damage (see Paladin for more info on shields).
FM 19-15 Chptr 8 Crowd Control Formations (5552 words)
Crowd control formations, when properly employed and executed against a crowd of limited size, are one of the most practical methods of crowd control.
Crowd control formations may be employed to disperse, contain, or block a crowd.
At the commander's discretion, the members of the crowd control formation may carry their weapons in any of the positions prescribed in FM 22-5.
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