Safety and security for facility occupants is another high overriding priority in the decision-making process. Understand how to safely separate occupants at three levels: the public, the judicial staff, and the offenders mainly from each when circulating in the facility affects the vertical and horizontal movement to and from the primary assembly spaces, the courtrooms are just one example on how this principle the safety and security principles are applied. At times, the boundary separations are either formal and restrictive or informal. As an example, two distinct secure and separate elevator systems for staff and court holding, with the third element public elevators. When we are addressing informal consideration, separation as public service walk-up counters are being addressed. Using talk-around glass separations, or consideration on how the public will enter secure zones with-in the facility. Ultimately to truly be successful, understanding how the details will work on a daily basis will distinguish this as a best-value highly preforming solution.