Security Management Support Test
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Take this Test and Rate if Your Facility Would Benefit from Security Management Support Program (SMSP)
The online Security Management Support Program Diagnostic Test is intended to be a barometer to help ascertain whether your facility would benefit from SMSP. It is important to remember that Security Management Support is intended to maintain your security program at a high level without the need to hire a full time Board Certified Security Professional. Security Management Support is intended to allow a security supervisor for a smaller operation or a non-certified security manger for a larger operation, run a security program. Through the use of this service, SMSI’s clients will receive monthly reports of security activities and trends along with recommendations and adjustments. It is SMSI’s goal to stand behind and support local security supervisory personnel. By applying Security Management expertise, SMSI Inc. will take your existing security program and make it better. Security Management Services International will also enable you to leverage your security budget in a way to optimizes ROI.
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This test has equal relevance regardless of the size of your facility. Remember good security programs save money. These questions do not highlight every security contingency that may come up. They are meant to call attention to the scope breadth of security vulnerabilities that every facility must pay attention to. SMSI believes it is prudent to consider these kinds of questions now rather than waiting for a security incident to happen.
On this test a…HIGH SCORE = HIGH RISK!
Cost-beneficial results will accrue from SMSP and should include our online Incident Reporting and Daily Activity Report system. Your facility would also benefit from SMSI’s Security Awareness Program (SAP) including our online monthly update service. A minimum of four site visits per year is recommended. An initial security audit should be performed.
Thank you for taking the SMSP Test. The purpose of this test is to determine whether your enterprise would benefit from our Security Management Support Program. SMSI’s experience as security experts in liability lawsuits, has taught us many lessons. We have found the most businesses, whether a hospital, shopping center, parking structure, or apartment complex, all could have lowered their culpability if only a little more forethought had been applied to the security plan. We also have found that those companies that put forth a good faith effort often make decisions regarding the application of security personnel and security technology that are off the mark. In many cases, monies are allocated for security programs in ways that never achieve the desired result.
Our SMSP offers the best of both worlds. We provide the needed expertise to bolster your existing security program without the additional payroll burden of a Board Certified Protection Professional. If you have any questions, call Bill Nesbitt (805/492-6475) or email him firstname.lastname@example.org).
Question 1 of 33
Do you have an on-site security manger?
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Is your security program managed by a Board Certified Protection Professional?
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Does your security supervisor have at least 5 years of in-charge managerial experience?
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If you are using a contract guard service, is the security manager of the site directly employed by your facility?
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If you are using a contract guard service, was that contract negotiated by a security professional working with corporate legal counsel?
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Is the person in charge of purchasing electronic security solutions such as access control systems and CCTV experienced and qualified in security design?
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When new facilities are being designed or when existing facilities are remodeled, are CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) principals applied?
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Can facility management account for every key issued over the past five years?
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Are tenants and/or employees fully participating in a structured Security Awareness Program (SAP)?
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Are all security personnel fully trained in a site specific training program?
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Does you facility have a written site specific security and loss prevention training curriculum?
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Are you sure that your facility has never been the object of a security derived lawsuit? (If the answer is “no”, add 20% to your final score.)
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Has your facility had a professional security assessment within the past two years?
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Are security personnel using a computer based Incident Tracking and Dispatch logs?
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Are security personnel using a computer based Incident Reporting (IR) system?
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Does every incident, where a crime has occurred, generate a computer based investigation file?
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Are DARs and IRs analyzed monthly for emerging trends?
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Does every incident report that is generated require a documented corrective action?
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Does your organization maintain a Security Department intranet site?
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Is the effectiveness of your security and loss prevention program actually measured?
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Are all security personnel properly trained in the “use of force continuum”?
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Do you have a formal structured Workplace Violence prevention program?
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Have you revised your bomb threat protocol in the last 10 years?
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Do contingency plans address the possibility that in the event of a major regional crisis, local Police may be unable to respond?
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Has a study of exterior and/or parking structure lighting been done in the last five years?
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Is management provided with monthly graphical recaps of all security activity on a scheduled basis (monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly)?
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Is your security program meeting a reasonable standard of care for the community?
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Has a Crimecast survey, with five years projections, been made of your facility?
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Are all common areas under video surveillance and monitored live by qualified security personnel?
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Does your security program strike a reasonable balance between the use of personnel and technology?
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Are security personnel fully trained as first responders to personal injury accidents?
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Do you have a robust internal Crime Prevention Program?
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Are you qualified to evaluate high-tech security equipment?
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