To prevent robberies and improve the safety of its banking facilities, a unit of Mellon Bank Corp. is testing an advanced security system that controls entry into branches.

The system, called an access control unit, consists of an entry and exit corridor with double interlocking doors, bullet resistant glass, a device that detects the presence of weapons, and a camera that enables officials inside the bank to monitor people entering.

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