Security and Loss Prevention: An Introduction
This third edition of Security and Loss Prevention has been updated with newer laws, technology, security strategies, and statistics to meet the needs of the ever-changing security profession. The text provides an introduction to security and loss prevention with an emphasis on strategies to prevent and reduce the incidence of crime, fire, and accident. This new edition serves as a helpful directory, providing addresses and phone numbers for important security-related organizations. It is user-friendly and interactive, with learning objectives, sidebars, case problems, boxes, and international perspectives. Thoroughly updated and revised Retains the excellent coverage of the original editions Recommended reading for the CPP exam
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The Business of Security and Loss Prevention
Implications for Loss Prevention Practitioners
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