Department of Justice Guidelines on Security for Domestic Legal Agents: Protected Information and Assets
This diagram depicts the hierarchy of security zones.
The image is of an oval within which there are four inner layers, similar to the layers of skin on an onion. Each inner layer represents a security zone, identified in text and by a different colour. The lowest level of security zone is identified in the outer layer and the levels become progressively higher in sequence moving through the layers of the oval.
The space outside the oval, in white, is the Public Access Zone. The first inner layer shows the Reception Zone in yellow; the second inner layer shows the Operations Zone in green; the third inner layer shows the Security Zone in pink; and, the fourth inner layer shows the High Security Zone in orange.
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