Principles of Security and Crime Prevention

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Routledge, Jun 20, 2010 - Political Science - 490 pages
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This introductory text provides a thorough overview of the private security system. This edition includes crime prevention and its zones of protection – the theoretical framework that provides the bridge between private and public sector law enforcement. From the historical development and the professional nature of security and crime prevention to the legal aspects of private security, this well-rounded text covers basic elements of security and crime prevention.



  • Includes photos, figures, tables and illustrations.
  • Appendices include security job descriptions, crime awareness and campus security act of 1990, school lsafey resources, counterterrorism security checklist, terrorism risk assessment, risk identification procedures, selections from the private security task force report, checklist for security surveys.
 

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Contents

SECTION II RISK MANAGEMENT AND LOSS CONTROL PRINCIPLES
143
SECTION III CRIME PREVENTION PRINCIPLES
213
SECTION IV PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
347
Security Programs Manager
405
Security Officer
409
Appendix C Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990
415
Appendix D School Safety Resources
417
Appendix E Counterterrorism Security Checklist
421
Appendix F Terrorism Risk Assessment
423
Appendix G Risk Identification Procedures
427
Appendix H Selections from the Private Security Task Force Report
435
Appendix I A Commentary and Checklists for Security Surveys
465
Index
481
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PAMELA A. COLLINS is Executive Director of the Justice and Safety Center at Eastern Kentucky University. She is the co-author of Contemporary Issues in Homeland Security, Women in Law Enforcement, Principles of Security and Crime Prevention, and Workplace Violence. She has also published book chapters, book reviews, and several journal articles.

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