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    Keith C. keeps an eye on the live feeds Thursday from cameras placed around St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center in Lewiston. Keith is a security officer for the hospital and is on hand to help keep staff and patients safe from potentially violent patients. Cameras are placed in high-visibility locations.

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    Security officer Mike Ingalls, left, and Lieutenant Brian Marshall monitor camera feeds on Thursday, July 8, in the security office of St. Mary’s Medical Center in Lewiston. Cameras are throughout the hospital, outside grounds, and parking lots.

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    Steve Costello, vice president for business development and communication, demonstrates Thursday the triage procedure used by staff for patients entering the Behavioral Emergency Department at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center in Lewiston. Keith C., a hospital security officer, holds a paper bag in which a patient or visitor deposits all metal objects, including cellphones, wallets, watches and jewelry, all of which are returned when the person leaves the facility.

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    Keith C. does rounds Thursday at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center in Lewiston. He is a hospital-trained security officer ready in case a "Code Gray" is called, which is triggered by violence or potentially dangerous behavior from patients or visitors.

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    Nurse Kristi Dugan demonstrates her medical staff training Thursday to keep herself between a potentially violent patient and a door at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center in Lewiston.

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