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Loss & Crime Prevention Instructor Course

This program will prepare you to enter into the loss prevention market place

   

 

This course is accredited by the National Education Council. Enroll today and start your new career!

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Course Overview


This Loss Prevention and Crime Prevention course will provide various ways to effectively help us prevent loss and crimes by making us aware of important things related to common crimes and security actions. It gives us security checklists, security tips, and security awareness, and actions necessary to reduce risks of crime incidents.

 

The course is divided into four parts: the Introduction to Risk Assessment Management, Loss Prevention and Crime Prevention Methods, Security Operations and Equipment, and Security and Crime Prevention Applications.

 

This course will enable you to help companies and individuals prevent crimes like theft, rape, violence, bombing or bomb threats, terrorism, etc. and gives us practical steps to be protected while present at facilities or institutions like the workplace, school, hospital, hotel, motel, retail store, bank, malls, lodging or cargo areas, areas with ATMs, etc.

 

 

Course Syllabus

CP10: Risk Assessment and Management, Designing Security with the Architects - Understand the correlation of risk, predictability, probability, and convenience, and know the steps from risk analysis through risk management. Learn about designing security with the Architects, designing security and Layout of Site, building site security and contractors, Ironmongery, closed TV Checklist, Card Access Control checklist, storage rooms, safes and vaults checklist, exterior lighting checklist, crime prevention awareness points, model Residential and Commercial Building Security Ordinance.
CP201: Security Surveys and Internal Theft Controls - Learn the best time to conduct the survey, classification of Survey recommendations, developing security points, positive and negative aspects of making recommendations, crime analysis, key control, site survey and risk assessment, security aspects, Security Survey follow-up, Residential Security, alarms, and security checklists. Know the dishonest employee, management responsibility in Loss Prevention, program for Internal Security, and procedural controls.
CP323: Executive Protection, Awareness, and Crime Prevention through Environmental Design Strategies and Applications - Know the rise of terrorism in the United States, formulating a Protection Plan, Threat Assessment, Home and Office Survey, Procedural Vulnerability, Physical Vulnerability, Protection in Transit, and Security Awareness. Learn awareness and knowledge strategies, how to avoid becoming the Victim of an Attacker, Safety Checklist for Apartments, Robbery Prevention, Burglary Prevention, Suspicious Situations to Report, Vehicle Theft, Safety Skills for Children, The Con Artist, Crime Prevention Tips for Senior Citizens, Protection from Telemarketing Fraud, and Crime Prevention Tips at ATMs. Understand Crime Prevention through Environmental Design Strategies, Objectives for the Commercial Environment, Downtown Streets and Pedestrian Areas, Parking Lots and Structures, Office and Industrial Systems, Hallways and Rest rooms, Malls and Shopping Centers, Convenience Stores, Branch Banks, Objectives for the Residential Environment, Objectives for the School Environment, and Convention Centers and Stadiums.
CP402: Approaches to Physical Security, Physical Barriers, and the Use of Locks in Physical Crime Prevention - Understand the Levels of Physical Security, the Psychology of Maximum Security, the Value of Planning, the Security Plan, and the Physical Barriers like Doors, Roofs, Floors, Fences, Walls, and Moats. Learn the Lock Terminology and Components, Key-Operated Mechanisms, Combination Locks, Lock Bodies, Door Lock Types, Strikes, Attacks and Countermeasures, Locks and the Systems Approach to Security, Key Control, A New Standard Set for Exit Devices, Locks and Alarms, Key Control and Lock Security Checklist, and Terms and Definitions for Door and Window Security.
CP523: Safes, Vaults, Accessories, and Security Lighting - Learn how to choose the Right Container, UL-Rated Combination Locks, Relocking Devices, Locking Dials, Lockable Handles, Time Locks, Time-Delay Combination Locks, Alarmed Combination Locks, Vision-Restricting and Shielded Dials, Combination Changing, Safe Burglaries, Overcoming Safe-Opening Problems, Rating Files, Safes, and Vaults. Understand Illumination, Lamps, Twenty-Five Things You Need to Know about Lighting, Energy Management, Lighting Checklist and Protective Lighting Checklist.
CP654: Intrusion Detection Systems and CCTV Surveillance - Learn the Components of Alarm Systems, Alarm Control, Alarm Transmission/Signaling, False Alarms, Alarm Equipment Overhaul, and Smoke Detectors. Know the Protection of Assets, Role of CCTV in Asset Protection, CCTV as Part of the Emergency and Disaster Plan, Emergency Shutdown and Restoration, Security Investigations, The Security Officer's Role, Training and Education of Employees, Synergy through Integration, Security Surveillance Applications, Safety Applications, CCTV Access Control, and Designing Effective CCTV Systems.
CP768: Guard Service in the 21st Century, Bomb and Physical Security Planning, and Cargo Security - Know the Liabilities Connected with Guard Force, Power and Authority of the Security Guard, Training, Report Writing, Weapons Safety, Safety Checklist, Bomb Threats, Bomb Search, Fire Protection and Prevention, Emergency Medical Assistance, Reporting a Medical Case, and Guard Supervision. Learn about Responding to Bomb Threats, Decision Time, Evacuation, Handling the News Media, Suspect Package Alert, Bomb Threat Checklist, and Mail Handlers and Suspicious Mail Procedures. Understand Pilferage, Theft, Cargo Package and Movement Controls, Trucking Operations, Cargo Security Checklist, Personnel Security Checklist, Physical Security Checklist, Inspection Report Forms, and the Role of Private Security.
CP821: Lodging (Hotel/Motel) Security, Retail Security, and Putting an Extra "EYE/I" on CCTV - Understand Security Department Structure, Size of the Department, Level in the Organization, Opportunities and Trends, Legal Issues, The Future of Lodging Security, Increase in Crime, The Research Underway, and The Recommended Program. Study the Old Tech to New Tech, Rationale for Technology, Definition of Interactive, How Interactive Monitoring Reduces Risk, How to Evaluate the Service Provider, Cost Versus Availability, How CCTV works, and CCTV versus ICCTV.
CP910: Perspectives on Safe School Administration, Campus Security, Crime Prevention, Hospital and the Health-Care Security Environment - Learn about Emphasizing Crime and Deviance Prevention During Teacher Education, Maintaining a Sense of Ownership in School Grounds and the Surrounding Training Personnel in Graffiti Interpretation, Central Office Support in Schools, Crisis Management Plan, and Awareness of the Dangers of Terrorism. Know the Key Elements in a Campus Crime Prevention Program, Cycle of Activity in Crime Prevention, The Campus Security Act of 1990, Thefts in the Library, Bicycle Theft Prevention, Administration Office Security Programs, Operation Identification, and Intrusion Alarms. Understand the Categories of Health Care, Types of Hospitals, The Foundation of Health-Care Security, Risk and Areas of Vulnerability, Basic Health-Care Security Risk and Areas of Vulnerability.
CP145: Library Security, High-Rise Security and Fire Life Safety, and Multi-residential Security - Understand Risk Assessment Terminology, Identifying Risks, Assessing Likelihood, Assessing Consequences, Qualifying and Managing the Risk, The Scope of Security Problems in Libraries, Security Risk Management Strategies, Dealing with Specific Threats, High-Rise Assets, Threats to Security and Fire Life Safety, Security of Modern High-Rise Buildings, and Fire Safety of Modern High-Rise Buildings. Know more about Apartments, Condominiums, Levels of Security, Physical Security and Hardware, Some Special Areas of Vulnerability, and the Basic Steps to Remember in Multi-residential Security.
LP186: Workplace Violence, Domestic Violence, Personal Safety and Self-Defense - Know Causes and Avoidance of Claims of Inadequate Security, Narrowing the Focus of the Workplace Violator Profile, Case Studies in Workplace Violence, Organizational Dynamics, The "Team" Concept and Shared Expectations as an Approach to Workplace Motivation, Why Don't Subordinates Do What They Are Supposed to Do, Steps to Reduce the Opportunity for Workplace Violence, The Predatory Prevention Matrix, Process versus Output, or the Difference between "High Crime" and "High Profit", and Defense against Workplace Violence. Understand Why Abusers Abuse, Law Enforcement, Options for Protection, Government Involvement, Violent Crimes, and Self-Defense.
LP976: Designing Crime Risk Management Systems, Planning, Management, Evaluation, and Financial Institution Security - Understanding Crime Risk Management, Who is the Client, The Client-Practitioner Relationship, Crime Pattern Analysis, Conducting the Community Survey, Determination of Probable Maximum Loss, Recommendations to Clients, The Backbone for Design of a Prevention Program, Crime Statistics, Demographic Data, Efficiency Analysis, Effectiveness Analysis, Attitudinal Analysis, Gathering Opinion on the Program Impact, and Strategy to Facilitate Implementation of the Evaluation. Know the Bank Protection Act of 1968, the Role of Security Department, Current Risks Affecting Financial Institutions, Criminal Reporting, Bank Security Devices, Security Training in Financial Institutions, Other Federal Regulations with an Impact on Banking, and Critical Issues in Financial Institutions Security.
LP527: Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs), Telecommunications Fraud, Electric Surveillance, and Wiretapping - Know the Responsibility of an ATM Owner, Law Enforcement and ATM Safety, Michigan's Guidelines for ATM User Safety, ATM Safety Tips, How does Telecommunications Fraud Happen, How to Reduce Vulnerability, How to Stop Telecommunications Fraud, and Economic Espionage Act of 1996.
LP245: Safety Websites, Homeland Security, and Security of Information Systems - Learn about Safety Websites, Homeland Security Advisory System, National Framework for Federal, State, and Local Governments, Private Industry, and the Public Factors for Assignment of Threat Conditions, Unified System for Public Announcements, A Tool for Combat Terrorism, Homeland Security in 2002, HITS and IFPO Computer-Based and Web-Based Security Officer Training, and Security Organizations.
LP175: Counterespionage, Information Security Management, Emergency Management, the Security Professional, Terrorism, Bio-Terrorism, and the Next Level - Know the Reasons and Methods for Attacking Computers, Methods of Defense, Roots of Industrial Espionage, Historic Attacks on Computers and Networks, Other Causes of Information Loss, Why People Steal Information, Espionage Methods, Competitive Intelligence, Human Error, The WAECUP Human Factors Protocol, Human Factor Training Practices, Electronic Surveillance and Countermeasures, Telecommunicating, Wireless Mike Dangers, Local Area Network, Radio Links, Encryption, and Trade Secrets. Learn the Emergency Management Plan, the Security Professional and Terrorism, Terrorism and the Terrorist, Terrorist Groups and Organizational Structure, Mechanism of Violence and Associated Risk Factors, Assessing Threats from Terrorism and Developing Effective Countermeasures, and the Security Manager's Responsibilities.
 
 

Course Certification & Objectives

When you successfully complete this course you will obtain certification from the National Education Council to teach this course.
 
1. Gain the knowledge of criminology and its origin
2. Understand how to set up proper loss prevention technology, monitoring stations and plans of action
3. Master the latest investigative techniques used by international enforcement organizations and relevant theories on crime
4.Psychologically evaluate potential threats and how to quickly deal with them
5. Be able to manage a loss prevention department
6. Outline and construct detailed assessments for corporations and companies of all sizes
7. Be able to successfully teach this course

 
 

Course Details


Estimated time to complete
10 Days or 120 Study Hours
 
 
Text Book
  • Handbook of Loss Prevention and Crime Prevention 4th Edition
  • Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann Language: English
 
 
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SAMPLE EARNINGS
20 Students
$199 Student Course Cost
$54 Handout Cost
$3,926 PROFIT
12 Hours Class
YOU EARN $327.16 Per Hour
 
 
 
 

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This Course is Accredited By the National Education Council