"Preparation Through Proper Training"
Domestic violence for security officers
Whether in a shopping center or an office complex,
security officers may be witness to domestic violence.
How will a security officer know the difference between
an actual crime in progress or a couple having a simple argument?
Domestic violence calls are the most dangerous for police officers
and hold equal danger for security officers performing their duties.
Security officers attending this program will learn to:
Recognize the elements of the offense of domestic battery.
Identify the indications of possible domestic abuse.
Identify available alternatives for assistance to battered spouses.
Identify the elements of an order of protection.
Identify the requirements to notify police when violations of orders of protection have occurred
Document their findings for the assistance of responding police officers
Fraudulent documents for security officers
Security officers handle various instruments of identification
when controlling access to buildings or facilities.
Officers are most commonly trained to look only for a photo
and an expiration date to confirm the validity of an ID.
How would a security officer know if the ID submitted were completely false?
Through this specialized course, security officers will:
Study ways to verify authentic forms of identification,
including State of Illinois driver’s licenses and state ID cards,
US Passports and Alien Registration (“green”) cards.
Learn about Social Security Numbers and how to detect fraudulent SSN numbers
Learn to use ultra-violet lights and magnifying glasses to view hidden security features on various government documents.
This course is a MUST for any security officer whose job entails access control to critical areas.
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