Port Security Management

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CRC Press, Mar 24, 2009 - Business & Economics - 336 pages
The term homeland security hardly existed before September 11, 2001, yet today it dominates public policy and the economic agendas of world governments. The transportation industries have been subjected to unprecedented scrutiny and regulatory mandates in recent years, and the port and maritime sector are no exception. Port Security Management refl
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to Port Security Management
3
Chapter 2 Maritime and Port Security
21
Chapter 3 Security Challenges Facing Port Operations
39
Risk Management Planning and Coordination of Port Security
63
Chapter 4 Port Security as a Risk Management Activity
65
Chapter 5 Port Facility Security as a Management Function
89
Implementing a Plan for Port Security Management Tasks and Responsibilities
111
Chapter 6 Facility and Personnel Security
113
Chapter 9 Security Force Management
179
Chapter 10 Vessel and Cargo Operations
199
Chapter 11 Safety and Emergency Management
223
Chapter 12 Managing Technology Solutions for Port Facility Security
247
Chapter 13 Systemic Management for a Secure and Viable Port Facility
265
Glossary and Organizational Resources
281
Appendix A
299
Index
301

Chapter 7 Access Controls
133
Chapter 8 Physical Security Issues in the Port Facility
159
Back cover
319
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