There are times when crowd control is needed, especially in public places and in special events. For example, in banks and schools, authorities use crowd control products to control the crowd by letting the people stay in line. It's quite hard to let the people line orderly when everyone wants to get in or want to be accommodated first, that 's why barricades are placed in those area to control the people from doing crazy things that would ruin the peace and order of the events.
In controlling the crowd, products like stanchions and velvet rope are pretty much useful. These are examples of crowd control products. Maybe you have already seen these products in the banks or in department stores or maybe in the university where you are in now. I can still remember the time I organized an event in our school and I bought these crowd control products to keep the student orderly in line. I couldn't imagine how that event went without the proper crowd control measures I've implemented.
In controlling the crowd, it is also very important to have clear written direction and instructions on how to follow the dont's and do's in that particular event. There should also be someone who would be incharge to clarify things to people who would want to know what the written instruction means. And last but not the least, there should be peace and order personnel in that area because no crowd control products can maintain peace and order if the crowd would all go crazy especially in concerts.