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150 Things You Should Know about Security, (electronic book)

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150 Things You Should Know about Security
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150 Things You Should Know about Security
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eng
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Fennelly, Lawrence
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364.4
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HV7431.F466 2018
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non fiction
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Perry, Marianna
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Crime prevention--Miscellanea
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150 Things You Should Know about Security, (electronic book)
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Contents
  • Front Cover -- 150 Things You Should Know about Security -- 150 Things You Should Know about Security -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface -- 150 Things You Should Know about Security -- 1. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Strategies -- 2. SIX ADDITIONAL CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN STRATEGIES -- 3. A NEW ROLE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT: SUPPORT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT -- 5. TARGET HARDENING -- 6. DETERRENTS -- 7. CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN: CARE AND MAINTENANCE -- 9. SOME BENEFITS OF CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN PLANNING ACTIVITIES -- 10. USE OF INFORMATION -- 11. DEFENSIBLE SPACE PRINCIPLES12 -- 12. EXAMPLES OF STRATEGIES IN ACTION -- 13. HOW TO INCREASE SECURITY THROUGH BUILDING DESIGN13 -- 14. WINDOWS AND WINDOW SHUTTERS -- 15. HOW TO DESIGN A 5-YEAR AND 10-YEAR SECURITY PLAN -- 16. AFTER CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AND COMMUNITY-ORIENTED POLICING SERVICES (SITUATIONAL PREVENTION) -- 17. ACCESS CONTROL CARDS: TWENTY-THREE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW -- 18. BODY CAMERAS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND THE PRIVATE SECTOR27 -- 19. SOCIAL MEDIA -- 20. BULLYCIDE -- 21. ENCRYPTION DEFINED28 -- 22. CYBERCRIME: WHAT SECURITY DIRECTORS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CYBER SECURITY29 -- 23. TERRORISM: REINVENTING SECURITY PERFORMANCE -- 24. WHAT MANAGERS NEED TO KNOWINTRODUCTION -- 25. SEVEN THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SOFT TARGETS -- 26. HELPFUL HINTS FROM A BURGLAR3636 -- 27. MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY -- 28. RISK ASSESSMENT -- 29. KEY CONTROL AND BADGE CONTROL -- 30. DIGITAL SECURITY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM -- 31. LIGHTING AND SECURITY -- 32. LIGHTING LEVELS -- 33. SECURITY CHECKLIST FROM THE MASSACHUSETTS HOME SECURITY AND CRIME PREVENTION CENTER40 -- 34. TOP TEN SECURITY THREATS -- 35. THE AUDIT -- 36. MAIL SERVICES SECURITY -- 37. CRIME ANALYSIS -- 38. EMERGENCY PLANNING
  • 39. FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY -- 40. EXTERIOR PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: PERIMETER GROUNDS43 -- 41. EXTERIOR WINDOWS -- 42. SECURITY OFFICERS CHECKLIST44 -- 43. SAFES45 -- 44. METAL THEFT -- 45. MASTER PLANNING: PHYSICAL SYSTEMS -- 46. PARKING LOT SAFETY ISSUES -- 47. PHYSICAL SECURITY IS NEEDED TO PREVENT WORKPLACE VIOLENCE IN THE HEALTH CARE ENVIRONMENT -- 48. SECURITY ASSESSMENT FOLLOW-UP -- 49. SEVEN THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT PHYSICAL SECURITY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 48 -- 50. THE TEN BASIC KNOWLEDGE AREAS FOR CRIME PREVENTION, IN THE 21ST CENTURY -- 51. EVER NEED A NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION? HOW ABOUT CHANGING YOUR PASSWORDS? -- 52. SPEED BUMPS -- 53. BULLYING AND LIABILITY FOR SCHOOL -- 54. POLICE MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL BUS DRIVER DRUNK IN CRASH -- 55. SECURITY OFFICER RESPONSIBILITIES -- 56. EMERGENCY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT59 -- 57. SEVEN BASIC TYPES OF PROTECTIVE LIGHTING -- 58. THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SOFT TARGETS -- 59. THE "ULTIMATE SECURITY COOKBOOK" AND THE FUTURE TRENDS -- 60. TEN STEPS TO REDUCE RISK -- 61. ASIS STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES62 -- 62. SAFE CITIZEN AND LAW ENFORCEMENT ENCOUNTERS63 -- 63. THE ART OF TRAINING -- 64. DO NOT TAKE TRAINING LIGHTLY -- 65. SECURITY/PROTECTION OFFICERS AND PROFESSIONALISM -- 66. THE IMPORTANCE OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS: ASIS INTERNATIONAL AND INTERNATIONALFOUNDATION FOR PROTECTION OFFICERS -- 67. GUARD HOUSES/GUARD BOOTHS -- 68. PHYSICAL SECURITY EXPENSES AND MAINTENANCE -- 69. DATA CENTER AND SERVER SECURITY -- 70. LOADING DOCK AND CHEMICAL STORAGE SECURITYLOADING DOCKS -- 71. THE SIX MOST CRITICAL AREAS IN A STORAGE FACILITY -- 72. PARKING FACILITY SECURITY71 -- 73. EMERGENCY (BLUE LIGHT) PHONES/CALL STATIONS -- 74. ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY -- 75. THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND FEAR OF CRIME -- 76. DESIGNING SECURITY AND SITE LAYOUT -- 77. MONTREAUX DOCUMENT78
  • 78. ACCESS FOR PHYSICALLY AND MENTALLY CHALLENGED -- 79. ACTIVE SHOOTER/ACTIVE ASSAILANT79 -- 80. HOW TO RESPOND WHEN AN ACTIVE SHOOTERIS IN YOUR VICINITY80 -- 81. SCHOOL PARKING LOTS AND GARAGES81 -- 82. WOMEN AS INVESTIGATORS82 -- 83. PREVENTING IDENTITY THEFT84 -- 84. TOP 10 CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN RESEARCH AND BEST PRACTICE RESOURCES ON THE WEB85 -- 86. PHYSICAL BARRIERS -- 87. FIRE SAFETY ISSUES -- 88. VIDEO ANALYTICS AND THERMAL CAMERAS -- 89. DESIGN OUT CRIME/DESIGNING FOR SECURITY -- 90. MASS NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES -- 91. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION REGULATIONS -- 92. WORKPLACE FIRE SAFETY -- 93. SECURITY FOR MARIJUANA FARMS AND DISPENSARIES -- 94. SITE SECURITY DURING CONSTRUCTION -- 95. PROTECTION OF CULTURAL RESOURCE PROPERTIES: NFPA 909 -- 96. THREE PHASES OF ATTACK -- 97. THIRTEEN STEPS TO AVOID BECOMING A VICTIM -- 98. COURTROOM TESTIFYING -- 99. CRIME PREVENTION: EIGHTEEN TERMS YOU SHOULD KNOW -- 100. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS111 -- 101. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS: HOW THEY ARE HARMFUL TO PEOPLE -- 102. INFORMANTS112 -- 103. TWENTY THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE LEGAL ASPECTS OF SECURITY -- 104. THE 3-D'S APPROACH TO CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN -- 105. MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES ACCORDING TO BUD SMITH -- 106. CRIME PREVENTION TIPS FROM THE GREENVILLE,NC, USA, POLICE DEPARTMENT114 -- 107. WHY SECURITY FAILS115 -- 108. FIFTY RANDOM ASPECTS OF PHYSICAL SECURITY THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW: A CHECKLIST -- 109. EMERGENCY MANAGER RESPONSIBILITIES -- 110. NATIONAL RESPONSE FRAMEWORK: FIVE MISSION AREAS -- 111. EMERGENCY PLANNING BEST PRACTICES -- 112. NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION -- 113. ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION -- 114. ORGANIZATION AND PLANNING -- 115. OUTSOURCING FOR A SECURITY PRACTITIONER -- 116. PAPER SHREDDERS -- 117. GENERAL PERSONNEL SECURITY
  • 118. PERSONNEL SECURITY: TWENTY-FIVE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW -- 119. TEN THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT FRAUD -- 120. PHYSICAL ACCESS CONTROL -- 121. PHYSICAL SECURITY: TEN THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW -- 122. GLAZING (BULLET-RESISTANT AND BURGLARY-RESISTANT GLASS) -- 123. PRIVACY IN THE WORKPLACE -- 124. PRODUCT CONTAMINATION -- 125. REENGINEERING, DOWNSIZING, AND RIGHTSIZING: TWENTY-FIVE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW -- 126. RETAIL SECURITY -- 127. RETAIL SECURITY MANAGEMENT -- 128. RISK ANALYSIS -- 129. ROBOTS AS SECURITY DEVICES -- 130. THE ROLE OF RISK MANAGER -- 131. CRIMES DEFINED -- 132. SAFE SCHOOLS -- 133. SECURITY ASSESSMENTS -- 134. BIOMETRICS USING HAND GEOMETRY -- 135. SECURITY MANAGEMENT -- 136. PROTECTION OF SENSITIVE INFORMATION -- 137. TRANSPORTATION SECURITY -- 138. SETTING SPECIFICATIONS AND GETTING BIDS FOR SECURITY COMPONENTS -- 139. SEXUAL HARASSMENT -- 140. SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE SCHOOLS -- 141. STALKING -- 142. STRESS ON THE JOB -- 143. THE USE OF FORCE BY PRIVATE CITIZENS -- 144. FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT -- 145. TRAVEL SECURITY -- 146. PHYSICAL ENTRY AND ACCESS CONTROL -- 147. LETTER AND PARCEL BOMBS -- 148. LIAISON: TWENTY-FIVE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW -- 149. AMBER ALERTS -- 150. EMERGING TRENDS IN SECURITY -- CONCLUSION -- 1 - Women in the Security Profession: A Practical Guide for Career Developmentfn11 -- THE SECURITY INDUSTRY -- PROFESSIONALISM -- WORKPLACE BULLYING -- WOMEN IN THE SECURITY PROFESSION -- EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT -- INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE -- MEMBERSHIP IN ASIS INTERNATIONAL -- PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS -- NETWORKING -- THE VALUE OF NETWORKING -- MENTORING -- SUCCESS IN THE SECURITY INDUSTRY -- 2 - The Top 10 Things You Should Know About Security in Places of Worship -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Back Cover
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EBC4981411
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2nd ed.
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1 online resource (262 pages)
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online
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9780128095089
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rdamedia
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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150 Things You Should Know about Security, (electronic book)
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Copyright
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online resource
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cr
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover -- 150 Things You Should Know about Security -- 150 Things You Should Know about Security -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface -- 150 Things You Should Know about Security -- 1. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Strategies -- 2. SIX ADDITIONAL CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN STRATEGIES -- 3. A NEW ROLE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT: SUPPORT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT -- 5. TARGET HARDENING -- 6. DETERRENTS -- 7. CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN: CARE AND MAINTENANCE -- 9. SOME BENEFITS OF CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN PLANNING ACTIVITIES -- 10. USE OF INFORMATION -- 11. DEFENSIBLE SPACE PRINCIPLES12 -- 12. EXAMPLES OF STRATEGIES IN ACTION -- 13. HOW TO INCREASE SECURITY THROUGH BUILDING DESIGN13 -- 14. WINDOWS AND WINDOW SHUTTERS -- 15. HOW TO DESIGN A 5-YEAR AND 10-YEAR SECURITY PLAN -- 16. AFTER CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AND COMMUNITY-ORIENTED POLICING SERVICES (SITUATIONAL PREVENTION) -- 17. ACCESS CONTROL CARDS: TWENTY-THREE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW -- 18. BODY CAMERAS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND THE PRIVATE SECTOR27 -- 19. SOCIAL MEDIA -- 20. BULLYCIDE -- 21. ENCRYPTION DEFINED28 -- 22. CYBERCRIME: WHAT SECURITY DIRECTORS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CYBER SECURITY29 -- 23. TERRORISM: REINVENTING SECURITY PERFORMANCE -- 24. WHAT MANAGERS NEED TO KNOWINTRODUCTION -- 25. SEVEN THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SOFT TARGETS -- 26. HELPFUL HINTS FROM A BURGLAR3636 -- 27. MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY -- 28. RISK ASSESSMENT -- 29. KEY CONTROL AND BADGE CONTROL -- 30. DIGITAL SECURITY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM -- 31. LIGHTING AND SECURITY -- 32. LIGHTING LEVELS -- 33. SECURITY CHECKLIST FROM THE MASSACHUSETTS HOME SECURITY AND CRIME PREVENTION CENTER40 -- 34. TOP TEN SECURITY THREATS -- 35. THE AUDIT -- 36. MAIL SERVICES SECURITY -- 37. CRIME ANALYSIS -- 38. EMERGENCY PLANNING
  • 39. FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY -- 40. EXTERIOR PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: PERIMETER GROUNDS43 -- 41. EXTERIOR WINDOWS -- 42. SECURITY OFFICERS CHECKLIST44 -- 43. SAFES45 -- 44. METAL THEFT -- 45. MASTER PLANNING: PHYSICAL SYSTEMS -- 46. PARKING LOT SAFETY ISSUES -- 47. PHYSICAL SECURITY IS NEEDED TO PREVENT WORKPLACE VIOLENCE IN THE HEALTH CARE ENVIRONMENT -- 48. SECURITY ASSESSMENT FOLLOW-UP -- 49. SEVEN THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT PHYSICAL SECURITY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 48 -- 50. THE TEN BASIC KNOWLEDGE AREAS FOR CRIME PREVENTION, IN THE 21ST CENTURY -- 51. EVER NEED A NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION? HOW ABOUT CHANGING YOUR PASSWORDS? -- 52. SPEED BUMPS -- 53. BULLYING AND LIABILITY FOR SCHOOL -- 54. POLICE MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL BUS DRIVER DRUNK IN CRASH -- 55. SECURITY OFFICER RESPONSIBILITIES -- 56. EMERGENCY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT59 -- 57. SEVEN BASIC TYPES OF PROTECTIVE LIGHTING -- 58. THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SOFT TARGETS -- 59. THE "ULTIMATE SECURITY COOKBOOK" AND THE FUTURE TRENDS -- 60. TEN STEPS TO REDUCE RISK -- 61. ASIS STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES62 -- 62. SAFE CITIZEN AND LAW ENFORCEMENT ENCOUNTERS63 -- 63. THE ART OF TRAINING -- 64. DO NOT TAKE TRAINING LIGHTLY -- 65. SECURITY/PROTECTION OFFICERS AND PROFESSIONALISM -- 66. THE IMPORTANCE OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS: ASIS INTERNATIONAL AND INTERNATIONALFOUNDATION FOR PROTECTION OFFICERS -- 67. GUARD HOUSES/GUARD BOOTHS -- 68. PHYSICAL SECURITY EXPENSES AND MAINTENANCE -- 69. DATA CENTER AND SERVER SECURITY -- 70. LOADING DOCK AND CHEMICAL STORAGE SECURITYLOADING DOCKS -- 71. THE SIX MOST CRITICAL AREAS IN A STORAGE FACILITY -- 72. PARKING FACILITY SECURITY71 -- 73. EMERGENCY (BLUE LIGHT) PHONES/CALL STATIONS -- 74. ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY -- 75. THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND FEAR OF CRIME -- 76. DESIGNING SECURITY AND SITE LAYOUT -- 77. MONTREAUX DOCUMENT78
  • 78. ACCESS FOR PHYSICALLY AND MENTALLY CHALLENGED -- 79. ACTIVE SHOOTER/ACTIVE ASSAILANT79 -- 80. HOW TO RESPOND WHEN AN ACTIVE SHOOTERIS IN YOUR VICINITY80 -- 81. SCHOOL PARKING LOTS AND GARAGES81 -- 82. WOMEN AS INVESTIGATORS82 -- 83. PREVENTING IDENTITY THEFT84 -- 84. TOP 10 CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN RESEARCH AND BEST PRACTICE RESOURCES ON THE WEB85 -- 86. PHYSICAL BARRIERS -- 87. FIRE SAFETY ISSUES -- 88. VIDEO ANALYTICS AND THERMAL CAMERAS -- 89. DESIGN OUT CRIME/DESIGNING FOR SECURITY -- 90. MASS NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES -- 91. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION REGULATIONS -- 92. WORKPLACE FIRE SAFETY -- 93. SECURITY FOR MARIJUANA FARMS AND DISPENSARIES -- 94. SITE SECURITY DURING CONSTRUCTION -- 95. PROTECTION OF CULTURAL RESOURCE PROPERTIES: NFPA 909 -- 96. THREE PHASES OF ATTACK -- 97. THIRTEEN STEPS TO AVOID BECOMING A VICTIM -- 98. COURTROOM TESTIFYING -- 99. CRIME PREVENTION: EIGHTEEN TERMS YOU SHOULD KNOW -- 100. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS111 -- 101. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS: HOW THEY ARE HARMFUL TO PEOPLE -- 102. INFORMANTS112 -- 103. TWENTY THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE LEGAL ASPECTS OF SECURITY -- 104. THE 3-D'S APPROACH TO CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN -- 105. MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES ACCORDING TO BUD SMITH -- 106. CRIME PREVENTION TIPS FROM THE GREENVILLE,NC, USA, POLICE DEPARTMENT114 -- 107. WHY SECURITY FAILS115 -- 108. FIFTY RANDOM ASPECTS OF PHYSICAL SECURITY THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW: A CHECKLIST -- 109. EMERGENCY MANAGER RESPONSIBILITIES -- 110. NATIONAL RESPONSE FRAMEWORK: FIVE MISSION AREAS -- 111. EMERGENCY PLANNING BEST PRACTICES -- 112. NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION -- 113. ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION -- 114. ORGANIZATION AND PLANNING -- 115. OUTSOURCING FOR A SECURITY PRACTITIONER -- 116. PAPER SHREDDERS -- 117. GENERAL PERSONNEL SECURITY
  • 118. PERSONNEL SECURITY: TWENTY-FIVE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW -- 119. TEN THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT FRAUD -- 120. PHYSICAL ACCESS CONTROL -- 121. PHYSICAL SECURITY: TEN THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW -- 122. GLAZING (BULLET-RESISTANT AND BURGLARY-RESISTANT GLASS) -- 123. PRIVACY IN THE WORKPLACE -- 124. PRODUCT CONTAMINATION -- 125. REENGINEERING, DOWNSIZING, AND RIGHTSIZING: TWENTY-FIVE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW -- 126. RETAIL SECURITY -- 127. RETAIL SECURITY MANAGEMENT -- 128. RISK ANALYSIS -- 129. ROBOTS AS SECURITY DEVICES -- 130. THE ROLE OF RISK MANAGER -- 131. CRIMES DEFINED -- 132. SAFE SCHOOLS -- 133. SECURITY ASSESSMENTS -- 134. BIOMETRICS USING HAND GEOMETRY -- 135. SECURITY MANAGEMENT -- 136. PROTECTION OF SENSITIVE INFORMATION -- 137. TRANSPORTATION SECURITY -- 138. SETTING SPECIFICATIONS AND GETTING BIDS FOR SECURITY COMPONENTS -- 139. SEXUAL HARASSMENT -- 140. SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE SCHOOLS -- 141. STALKING -- 142. STRESS ON THE JOB -- 143. THE USE OF FORCE BY PRIVATE CITIZENS -- 144. FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT -- 145. TRAVEL SECURITY -- 146. PHYSICAL ENTRY AND ACCESS CONTROL -- 147. LETTER AND PARCEL BOMBS -- 148. LIAISON: TWENTY-FIVE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW -- 149. AMBER ALERTS -- 150. EMERGING TRENDS IN SECURITY -- CONCLUSION -- 1 - Women in the Security Profession: A Practical Guide for Career Developmentfn11 -- THE SECURITY INDUSTRY -- PROFESSIONALISM -- WORKPLACE BULLYING -- WOMEN IN THE SECURITY PROFESSION -- EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT -- INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE -- MEMBERSHIP IN ASIS INTERNATIONAL -- PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS -- NETWORKING -- THE VALUE OF NETWORKING -- MENTORING -- SUCCESS IN THE SECURITY INDUSTRY -- 2 - The Top 10 Things You Should Know About Security in Places of Worship -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Back Cover
Control code
EBC4981411
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (262 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780128095089
Isbn Type
(ebk)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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