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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    I was reading in the Around Disney blog section of the OC Register, that a 19 year old groped a woman in one of the water parks in WDW. He was banned from Disney property.
    Last edited by OCBear; 10-30-2009 at 08:41 AM.

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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    There is a way of being banned from the park. A friend of mine had been banned and when he tried to go to the park he didn't far beyond the turnstiles and was met by security. I'm sure DLR has the same technology the Casinos use to ensure banned people do no enter their establishments.
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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Potato Head View Post
    Maybe I phrased my question wrong when I said "safe", obviously no place is ever safe. (Yes I know that!) I was just wondering If someone who maybe works with the security department would know what would happen? My sister told me they'd probably just let him continue walking around the parks which I find disturbing....
    No, someone engaged in activity as you described would not be permitted to continue their visit to the parks. They would be escorted off-property, possibly turned over to Anaheim PD, and perhaps even banned from the park for a period of time.

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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    Quote Originally Posted by dougeebear View Post
    No, someone engaged in activity as you described would not be permitted to continue their visit to the parks. They would be escorted off-property, possibly turned over to Anaheim PD, and perhaps even banned from the park for a period of time.
    Alright thank you for answering my question! I really appreciate this, and I will tell the kids.

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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    Quote Originally Posted by OldSchoolMickey View Post

    If I would have witnessed the actions of this disgusting individual, DL security would have been called, but only after I had my way with him...
    Interesting phrasing, based on the thread's subject...
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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    Quote Originally Posted by yoyoflamingo View Post
    Interesting phrasing, based on the thread's subject...
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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    I'm very sorry that you had to witness this, and in line for an attraction nonetheless. Everything that I was thinking has already been stated in this thread, and I do hope your children will be comfortable when you visit the parks next.


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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    after reading the post there are several things that we should keep in mind.
    While the activity that spawned this discusion was horible (I have a daughter also) we need to make sure that we are not creating a bigger problem.
    Always remember:
    -The mosuse is always watching, there are cameras every where (with a few exceptions) so they probably have created a recording of the improper behavior. Try talking your way out of that one when the Judge can see it with his own eyes.
    -only a small portion of security are in uniform (this has been verified by more than one source.) And he was probably already spotted by one or more undercover security officers.
    -They do not put up with offensive behavior! That includes assaulting someone who just totaly creeps us out. I understand the desire to fix the problem our self but let the law do it.
    -Disneyland does not want that kind of behavior in the park, nor assualts for that matter and both will be delt with harshly. Getting the mouse made at you is not good.

    The actions taken to resolve the problem were the proper ones and will have long term implicatoins to the individual who was inapropriate. If you see any kind of inapropriate activity let a CM know (even though security is probably already aware of it) you will know that you did the right thing and you will feel better.
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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    Wow very disturbing indeed. Not much more too say about that.

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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    It's disturbing to hear someone doing that in public, and its even more disturbing that their doing it to kids. Sorry you had to witness that.
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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    Quote Originally Posted by GummiBears_Rock View Post
    was that guy really just that stupid??
    cause only a really stupid perverted guy would do something like that.

    and now i'm slightly scared to go to Disneyland.
    cause i figured my parents would get tired and just let me and my brother go do what we want
    but now i'm not sure if i wanna do that.
    which kinda sucks cause my mom wants me to grow up

    Why are you scared? You have a MUCH higher chance of something happening to you walking down your neighborhood street than at Disneyland.

    How many murders, kidnappings, and robbery's have you heard happening at Disneyland?

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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    Quote Originally Posted by OldSchoolMickey View Post
    And it is a proven fact that most of them will...
    Wouldn't it make better sense for them to be housed away from young children in order to help them stay on the path of righteousness??
    I have to admit, being technically a kid myself, I hadn't really considered this kind of thing happening at Disney before and I must say it's making me rather nauseated!!
    I think we'd all like to see these people moved as far away from Disney property as possible!
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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    Wow... I would've kicked the guy in the nuts...

    Although the best thing to do in any situation like that was to inform a CM. I'm so glad you did.

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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    Wishing there was such thing as a pedophile detector...

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    Re: Disneyland Security Question (Might be inappropriate for some!)

    Quote Originally Posted by dougeebear View Post
    ...But how could you possibly ban "people like this" from Disneyland who hadn't done anything? There's no way to determine intent prior to an action. Sure, you could say "Let's ban all registered sex offenders" but even then it's a crapshoot. I learned of one teenager who mooned people at a concert, was caught, and has to register as a sex offender the rest of his life. Hardly fit punishment for a one-time prank, but worthy of his being banned from Disneyland? I don't think so.
    Two items here:

    1) Facial recognition software is getting VERY reliably accurate, and will only get better over time. All it will take is for Disney to install cameras in a few key spots and tie them to servers running this software. (That is, if it hasn't already been done.) Then, any time someone who's been black-listed enters the park, security can be instantly alerted to intercept them. Once an offender finds that they can and will be singled out of a crowd, they are less likely to try it again, at least at the same place.

    If the system finds a false positive, security should be able to find out by thoroughly checking the person's ID, offering an apology and letting them go with some kind of freebie for their trouble.

    2) Yes, the laws regarding what is considered a s*x crime are totally ridiculous and need to be completely re-written. First, they give the seriously dangerous people the 'I'm cured' excuse if they say the right things to a state shrink and/or have a few friends say nice things about them. Second, they treat things like urinating in public (yes, it's very gross and anti-social) and mooning as a sex crime, because it involves a person 'exposing' themselves, even if it was more than likely only to a tree or bush, or exposing nothing more than you could see plenty of on a day at the beach.
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