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Preakness Security Policies Modified

Preakness Security Policies Modified
The Maryland Jockey Club today announced it has modified the security policies for fans, employees and vendors who will enter Pimlico Race Course next month on Black-Eyed Susan and Preakness days, May 17-18.

 

The changes were made after consulting with law enforcement and public safety officials following the bombings during the Boston Marathon two weeks ago.

 

“Each year, we spend considerable time working with federal, state and local law enforcement and public safety agencies to ensure the safety of all our fans, which remains our number one priority. Collectively, we feel these changes will address concerns fans may have following the Boston tragedies,” said Maryland Jockey Club president Tom Chuckas. “We ask that everyone please read carefully our security procedures and policies, so that guests may enjoy Black-Eyed Susan and Preakness days in a safe and secure manner with a minimum of inconvenience.”

 

Preakness day ranks as one of the largest single-day sporting events in the United States. At least 100,000 have attended on-site in 10 of the last 12 years, including a record 121,309 in 2012.

 

The revised Preakness and Black-Eyed Susan days security and hospitality polices:

 

BANNED CARRY-IN ITEMS

 

BUILDING

INFIELD

 

 

No Duffle Bags - NEW

No Back Packs - NEW

No Laser Lights or Pointers - NEW

No Duffle Bags - NEW

No Cameras with Detachable Lenses - NEW

No Coolers (Unless Cooler is CLEAR See-Through Plastic Container 28”L x 15”W x 17”H) - NEW

No Cameras with lenses more than 6” in Length - NEW

No Laser Lights or Pointers - NEW

No Coolers (Unless Cooler is CLEAR See-Through Plastic Container 18” x 18”)

No Cameras with Lenses More Than 6” in Length - NEW

No Back Packs

No Cameras with Detachable Lenses - NEW

No Alcoholic Beverages

No Beverages of ANY Kind (Cans, Bottles, Glass or Thermoses)

No Glass of Any Kind

No Camcorders

No Camcorders

No Tripods

No Tripods

No Cameras Over 35 mm

No Tents

No Thermoses

No Balloons or Balls

No Tents

No Fireworks

No Balloons or Balls

No Mace or Pepper Spray

No Fireworks

No Grills

No Mace or Pepper Spray

No Umbrellas

No Grills

No Weapons

No Umbrellas

No Wagons

No Weapons

No Non-Folding or Folding Metal Furniture

No Wagons

No Ladders, Scaffolding or Other Raised Devices

No Non-Folding or Folding Metal Furniture

 

No Ladders, Scaffolding or other Raised Devices

 

 

PERMITTED CARRY-IN ITEMS

 

BUILDING

INFIELD

 

 

Food Items in CLEAR, See-Through Plastic Containers No Larger Than 18”L x 18”H or CLEAR, See-Through Plastic Bags

Food Items in CLEAR, See-Through Plastic Containers Not Larger than 28” L x 15”W x 17”H or CLEAR, See-Through Plastic Bags

Non-Alcoholic Beverages Individually Carried in Plastic Containers or Regular Sized Cans

Purses (All Subject to Search)

Purses (All Subject to Search)

Cellular Telephones, Smart Phones and Tablets

Cellular Telephones, Smart Phones and Tablets

Binoculars

Binoculars

Sunscreen (No Glass Container)

Sunscreen (No Glass Container)

Beach Blankets

Beach Blankets

Beach Tote Bags

Beach Tote Bags

35mm Cameras

35mm Cameras

Lightweight Aluminum or Plastic Lawn Chairs or Umbrella Chairs (Tailgate or Camping chairs)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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