Who Will Conduct Your Next Security Assessment?

As posted on LinkedIn Pulse on November 6, 2017 Will a well qualified security professional conduct your next security assessment in advance of a major security breach, or will your next security assessment be conducted by the plaintiff’s legal team in the wake of a security breach? When a person is victimized by crime, on […]

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The Value of Periodic Security Reviews

As posted on LinkedIn Pulse on October 27, 2017 All to often, we find the call for a security assessment in the wake of a serious security breach or breakdown. We believe that it is far more effective and cost efficient, to not wait for the wheels to come off. For those industries that cater […]

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Effective Security Programs Must Be Perceived As Being Effective

As posted on LinkedIn Pulse on February 22, 2017 Weather it is security for a mall security, high-rise buildings, schools or hospitals, perceptions count. This is just one of the reasons that crime prevention officers from your local police departments support graffiti eradication programs. An unkempt supply chain warehouse is more likely to suffer losses […]

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WPV MITGATION: EMPHASIZING HOSPITALS

As posted on LinkedIn Pulse on February 7, 2017 The title of this article, the WPV Triad, is intended to be metaphor for the dominant dynamics of a plurality of workplace violence incidents. Obviously, workplace violence may include an abundance of other criminal acts outside of the tirade discussed herein. For example, even workplace property […]

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WORKPLACE VIOLENCE MITIGATION Regulations Should Not Be The Sole Driver of Hospital Security Programs: Good security is just good business.

As posted on LinkedIn Pulse on November 29, 2016 The Workplace Violence Mitigation for Hospitals The Graphic above depicts a composite image of Urban & Rural Hospitals as a continuum. Here in California, Workplace Violence continues to receive major attention by the California Legislature, as an adjunct to the California Health & Safety Code. Also, […]

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THE POWER OF CPTED IS THE GLUE THAT HOLDS SECURITY PROGRAMS TOGETHER

As posted on LinkedIn Pulse 10/6/16 This is the justification as to why CPTED should be the Backbone of Any Security Plan. CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) should be an integral component of every security program. CPTED is an appropriate crime prevention strategy for almost every component of security design. CPTED is applicable to schools/ universities and houses […]

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