"Preparation Through Proper Training"
Basic Auto Theft for Security Officers
Security officers encounter hundreds, if not thousands,
of motor vehicles while performing routine duties such as
patrolling parking lots of shopping centers and residential complexes.
On diverse occasions, security officers are required
to search vehicles prior to entry of government facilities
and transportation centers.
With specialized training, security officers could be the link
in detecting stolen motor vehicles and communicating
their findings to police agencies.
Security officers attending this program will be able to:
Recognize techniques used by felons to steal vehicles
Identify methods to detect stolen vehicles, including recoveries
Verify vehicle title information
Conduct basic vehicle theft investigations
Employ methods to detect an altered manufacturer’s VIN
Use the NICB (National Insurance Crime Bureau) manual as an investigative tool
Basic crisis intervention for security officers
In Hollywood movies, police operations are often put on hold
until a hostage/crisis negotiator arrives on the scene.
After that, all other personnel are pushed aside.
In real life, this couldn’t be further from what actually occurs.
Trained hostage negotiators rely on various personnel
regardless of their mission at the scene.
Police negotiators are trained to keep the hostage taker talking
to anyone with whom he has established rapport,
whether this is a civilian or a security officer
In this course, security officers will receive an overview
of hostage/crisis negotiations and how to contain,
isolate and negotiate with hostage takers before police personnel
arrive on scene.
Security officers attending this program will learn:
Recognition of various types of criminals and groups who take hostages
Recognition of types of mental illnesses that can precipitate a hostage incident
Various available options that can safely and successfully conclude such a situation
An understanding of the team concept, as used in these situations
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