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Knowledge Corner - Security Programs

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Presentation Materials

   Bringing a Corporate Security Culture to Life  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Peter Cheviot, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
In Bringing a Corporate Security Culture to Life, presenter Peter Cheviot, former vice president of corporate security for BAX Global Inc., discusses how to build and maintain a corporate security culture that encourages company employees to take ownership of security and facilitates communication. In this 18-minute video presentation of narrated slides, the concept of "security culture" is defined, and Cheviot explains how it can improve the effectiveness of security and risk management programs.
TIER 1 LEADERS: Proven Practice presentations were created to be guidelines or training tools. This version is an Adobe file but you may contact us at contact@secleader.com for an online version with audio included from the subject matter expert.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Developing a Comprehensive Security Program This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Bob Hayes, Kathleen Kotwica and Elizabeth Lancaster, Security Executive Council Staff
Developing a Comprehensive Security Program answers the question common among security managers, "What is a model security program, and how does our program compare to it?" In this seven-minute Proven Practices presentation, narrator Elizabeth Lancaster outlines the baseline elements of a security program, which have been defined by experienced Security Executive Council members and research.
TIER 1 LEADERS: Proven Practice presentations were created to be guidelines or training tools. This version is an Adobe file but you may contact us at contact@secleader.com for an online version with audio included from the subject matter expert.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Domestic Violence Spills Over into the Workplace This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Rosalind W. Jackson, Security Executive Council Staff Member
Problems associated with domestic violence frequently spill over into the workplace. This presentation discusses ways to assess the danger, help the survivor and keep the workplace safe. Issues such as the signs and types of abuse, developing and communicating a domestic violence policy, the cycle of violence, the cost of domestic violence to employers, developing a safety plan for survivors are addressed.
TIER 1 LEADERS: Proven Practice presentations were created to be guidelines or training tools. This version is an Adobe file but you may contact us at contact@secleader.com for an online version with audio included from the subject matter expert.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Establishing the Value of All-Hazards Risk Mitigation (Parts 1-5) This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Francis D'Addario, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
In this presentation, Francis D’Addario, SEC emeritus faculty and former VP of Partner and Asset Protection of Starbucks Coffee Company, explains how companies can tangibly enhance enterprise risk mitigation and brand by prioritizing people across the organization. He also presents data and examples to help security practitioners define and communicate the total cost of risk and return on investment of an all-hazards approach.
 
   Personnel Protection in the Corporate World  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Jerry Miller and Radford Jones, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
Protecting people in the Corporate World can under certain circumstances require the protection of executives, employees and their families, contractors, visitors and even customers. “Personnel Protection” is a presentation that consists of 11 modules that cover: the Corporate World, Vehicle Operations and Security, Concepts of Executive Security, Threat Assessment, Executive Security Protection, Executive Compensation/Fringe Benefits, Advance Procedures, Executive Worksite Security, Residential Security, Aircraft Security and Kidnapping/Issues and Policies. This series may be viewed in its entirety or on a particular module of interest. The entire presentation includes over 200 slides on the listed topics. TIER 1 LEADERS:To obtain your discounted copy send an e-mail to contact@secleader.com.
 
   Personnel Protection: Advance Procedures, 1st Edition This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Jerome Miller & Radford Jones, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
Personnel Protection: Advance Procedures discusses the concept of the security advance, which is any activity, planning, or security arrangement made in advance of an executive visit. This 34-minute video presentation of narrated slides explains how security practitioners can mitigate risk to the executive by identifying potential risks before a visit, and includes guidelines for each area of the location that needs to be surveyed and closely monitored.
TIER 1 LEADERS: Proven Practice presentations were created to be guidelines or training tools. This version is an Adobe file but you may contact us at contact@secleader.com for an online version with audio included from the subject matter expert.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Personnel Protection: Aircraft Security, 1st Edition This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Jerome Miller & Radford Jones, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
Personnel Protection: Aircraft Security describes how, in conjunction with the aircraft operations team, the security team must be equipped mitigate aircraft risks. This 13-minute video presentation of narrated slides provides strategies for preparing for unintentional and intentional threats to aircraft security, which could take the form of, for example, the unintentional release of an executive’s flight times or the planned sabotage of aircraft equipment.
TIER 1 LEADERS: Proven Practice presentations were created to be guidelines or training tools. This version is an Adobe file but you may contact us at contact@secleader.com for an online version with audio included from the subject matter expert.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Personnel Protection: Executive Compensation and Fringe Benefits This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Jerome Miller & Radford Jones, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
According to IRS code, any property or service that an executive receives in lieu of or in addition to regular taxable wages is a fringe benefit that may be subject to taxation. There are exceptions to this rule, however, which may include security services provided. In Personnel Protection: Executive Compensation and Fringe Benefits, the factors necessary to exclude security-related expenses from the executive’s taxable gross income are defined, and the benefits to both the executive and the company are discussed.
TIER 1 LEADERS: Proven Practice presentations were created to be guidelines or training tools. This version is an Adobe file but you may contact us at contact@secleader.com for an online version with audio included from the subject matter expert.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Personnel Protection: Executive Worksite Security, 1st Edition This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Jerome Miller & Radford Jones, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
In Personnel Protection: Executive Worksite Security, presenters Jerome Miller and Radford Jones discuss the potential security risks to executives while at the office and en route to the office. This seven-minute presentation of narrated slides includes recommendations for controlling access to areas of particular concern, such as installing fencing, monitoring the premises using a closed-circuit television (CCTV) system, conducting visitor screening, and installing bullet-resistant glass doors and duress alarms.
TIER 1 LEADERS: Proven Practice presentations were created to be guidelines or training tools. This version is an Adobe file but you may contact us at contact@secleader.com for an online version with audio included from the subject matter expert.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Personnel Protection: Kidnapping Issues and Policies This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Jerome Miller & Radford Jones, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
In Personnel Protection: Kidnapping Issues and Policies, presenters Jerome Miller and Radford Jones discuss the issue of kidnapping as it relates to an executive security program. It covers the risks for kidnapping of the executive or executive’s family members, along with strategies for creating a sound corporate kidnapping policy. The presenters also discuss what kind of response the organization should make during a kidnapping, as the first hours immediately following are always critical to a successful resolution.
TIER 1 LEADERS: Proven Practice presentations were created to be guidelines or training tools. This version is an Adobe file but you may contact us at contact@secleader.com for an online version with audio included from the subject matter expert.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Personnel Protection: Residential Security This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Jerome Miller & Radford Jones, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
Executive protection doesn’t end when the executive leaves the office. In Personnel Protection: Residential Security, presenters Jerome Miller and Radford Jones discuss the components of a residential security system. Topics in this 10-minute video presentation of narrated slides include home security and fire alarm systems, safe rooms, personalizing the security program to involve the executive and his or her family, and special considerations for when the residence is a large, wooded, or walled estate. The presenters emphasize the rings of security concept, with each ring designed to detect or deter an attacker.
TIER 1 LEADERS: Proven Practice presentations were created to be guidelines or training tools. This version is an Adobe file but you may contact us at contact@secleader.com for an online version with audio included from the subject matter expert.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Personnel Protection: Security Personnel, 1st Edition This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Jerome Miller & Radford Jones, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
In Personnel Protection: Security Personnel presenters Jerome Miller and Radford Jones discuss the critically important task of selecting and training security personnel for executive protection duties. In this seven-minute video presentation of narrated slides, the topics covered include a comparison of contracted and proprietary personnel, the pros and cons of armed versus unarmed personnel, the characteristics of the ideal security person, and the training requirements for hired security personnel.
TIER 1 LEADERS: Proven Practice presentations were created to be guidelines or training tools. This version is an Adobe file but you may contact us at contact@secleader.com for an online version with audio included from the subject matter expert.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Personnel Protection: Threat Assessment Profile This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Jerome Miller & Radford Jones, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
In Personnel Protection: Threat Assessment Profile, presenters Jerome Miller and Radford Jones discuss the threat assessment profile as the basis for determining the need for an executive security program. This 12-minute video presentation of narrated slides covers the range of threats to consider, the executive’s public exposure and any history of threats, local safety issues, and business travel. The presenters emphasize the need for keeping an up-to-date executive dossier containing his or her personal information, in case there is a kidnapping situation.
Tier 1 Leaders: Proven Practice presentations were created to be guidelines or training tools. This version is an Adobe file but you may contact us at contact@secleader.com for an online version with audio included from the subject matter expert.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Personnel Protection: Vehicle Operations and Safety This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Jerome Miller & Radford Jones, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
Because a business executive typically spends a considerable amount of time travelling by vehicle, the greatest risk of injury or death to the executive is by vehicle accident or attack while in the vehicle. In Personnel Protection: Vehicle Operations and Safety, presenters Jerome Miller and Radford Jones discuss the basic security principles of executive driver safety and training. This 20-minute video presentation of narrated slides covers the challenges the executive driver may face, how and why to vary routes, schedules, and vehicles, and the characteristics of a qualified executive driver.
Tier 1 Leaders: Proven Practice presentations were created to be guidelines or training tools. This version is an Adobe file but you may contact us at contact@secleader.com for an online version with audio included from the subject matter expert.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Preventing Workplace Violence: A Training Guide for Managers and Supervisors This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Rosalind Jackson, Security Executive Council Staff Member
In Preventing Workplace Violence: A Training Guide for Managers and Supervisors, presenter Rosalind W. Jackson provides the fundamentals of workplace violence prevention, including initial program development. This presentation explains the components needed to develop a good baseline program, and focuses on recognizing patterns of unacceptable behavior. It addresses policy development and expert consultation considerations, along with the use of education and team coordination. The presentation also includes a sample workplace violence policy statement, and discusses the impact of workplace violence on the business.
TIER 1 LEADERS: Proven Practice presentations were created to be guidelines or training tools. This version is an Adobe file but you may contact us at contact@secleader.com for an online version with audio included from the subject matter expert.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only