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Duties and Responsibilities for Security Officers in New York State

ISBN-10: 1608850285
ISBN-13: 9781608850280
Edition: 3rd 2011
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Book details

List price: $19.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Looseleaf Law Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/1/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 246
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.012
Language: English

This NEW edition expands on two crucial, mandated topics! Focuses on emergency management and explains in greater depth the discussion on terrorism. The most comprehensive manual ever offered for prospective security - exceeds New York State's standards for Security training. Covers everything from legal powers and limitations to use-of-force issues and tips for handling a myriad of emergency situations including terrorism. Expertly based on knowledge required of security personnel by NYS Division Of Criminal Justice Services to ensure safety, effectiveness and professionalism.

About the Author
Preface
Table of Contents
Introduction
Introduction
Overview of the Law, Why the State Wants Potential Guards Here
Eight hour Pre assignment Training Course, What Will Be Learned
Miscellaneous Information
Conclusion
The Role of a Security Guard
Introduction
Functions of a Security Guard
Primary Directives
Duties of a Security Guard
Emergency Situations
Responsibilities of the Security Officer
Types of Posts
History and Current State of Affairs
Supervision
Conclusion
Legal Powers and Limitations
Introduction
Origins for Arrest Authority and Liability
Factors That Support Arrests
Definitions of Felony, Misdemeanor and Violations and Offense
Arrests by a Security Officer or a Private Person
Use of Force in Effecting an Arrest or Preventing an Escape
Article 10, Definitions
Culpability
Common Penal Law Violations
Conclusion
Emergency Situations
Introduction
Potential Emergencies
Emergency Preparedness Plan
Miscellaneous Information
Conclusion
Communication and Public Relations
Introduction
Components of the Communication Process
Uses of Communication
Three Methods of Communication
Obstacles to Effective Communication
Components Necessary to Be an Effective Communicator
Communication Mediums
Communicating with a Diverse Population
Information Dissemination to the Public and the Media
Conclusion
Access Control
Introduction
Basic Elements and Identification
Threat Potential and Needs Assessment
Three Threats to Industry and Government
Types of Access Control
Barriers and Controlled Access Points
Acceptable Forms of Identification
Threats Other than Sabotage, Espionage and Terrorism
Conclusion
Ethics and Conduct
Introduction
Defining a Code of Ethics
Why a Code of Ethics for Security Guards
the Code of Ethics
Benefits of a Code of Ethics
Unethical Practices
Protection of Life and Property
Discharge Duties Without Prejudice
Training and Education
Professional Conduct: Fitness for Duty
Conclusion
Report Writing
Introduction
the Basics of Report Writing
the Narrative Report
Report Forms and Logs for the Work Site
Field Notes
Proofreading
Grammatical Considerations in Proofreading
Miscellaneous Information
Conclusion
Incident Command Systems
Introduction
Incident Command System (ICS)
ICS Unified Command
Conclusion
Terrorism
Introduction
Potential Targets
Immediate Actions
General Precautions
(ERG) Emergency Response Guide
Chemical Agents
Biological Agents
Radiological Materials and Nuclear Weapons
Explosive Devices
Conclusion
Index

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