Admission is restricted to professional and business visitors.
All Visitors should be engaged in bona fide areas of the security industry, the armed forces, government, equipment procurement organizations, operators/end-users, trade media, or research establishments.
All booth personnel, visitors, guests, and contractors acknowledge that only the Organizer’s official badge, worn by the person named on it, will permit admission into Counter Terror Expo US 2012.
No person named on the badge or the company, firm, or business which that person represents, may permit the badge to be worn by another person. The wearing of a badge under these circumstances will constitute appropriation, resulting in an automatic termination of the license, and will be sufficient grounds for the unauthorized individual to be removed from the event. Such action may also lead to prosecution. Identity checks will be conducted as a condition of entry.
Any person found to be registering to attend Counter Terror Expo US 2012 using false information/credentials or deliberately withholding information will have their application automatically denied.
All persons attending the event should carry and produce on request a government-issued photo identification (i.e. a valid passport or driver's license). Company identification/business cards will not be accepted.
All booth personnel, visitors, guests, contractors and service providers must pre-register. Their names will be subject to a security clearance process.
All persons attending the event must wear business or business casual attire, or service dress.
No person under the age of 18 years, including children of exhibitors, will be admitted during the event period.
Anyone attending Counter Terror Expo US 2012 must not take part in any canvassing, leafleting, demonstrations, objectionable behavior or any activity which may disrupt the event.
Without prejudice, the Organizers reserve the right to exclude or remove anyone from Counter Terror Expo US 2012 who does not comply with this policy or who they reasonably consider are likely to break these rules.