About the Author and Contributors.
Part One: Risk Assessment and Security Planning.
Chapter One: People and Property.
Conflicts Between Security and Safety.
Chapter Two: Identifying Security Threats.
What Can Happen.
Threats to Personnel Safety.
Theft of Property.
Vandalism and Sabotage.
Chapter Three: Assessing the Risks.
Assigning the Assessment and Response Team.
Periodic Review of Documentation.
Assembling a Risk Assessment Group.
Deciding Where to Focus Security Measures.
Assessing the Facility.
Assessment of Specific Risks.
Probability of Occurrence.
Assessing Facilities by Type.
Chapter Four: Crisis Management.
Making Crisis Management Plans.
Who Prepares the Plan?
What Are the Critical Objectives?
Teams and Teaming.
Chapter Five: Security through Planning, Design, and Operations.
The Urban Setting.
Three Approaches to Physical Protection.
Public Space Versus Private Space.
Creating and Updating a Security-Conscious Building Plan.
Single-User Versus Multi-User Facilities.
A Word of Caution.
Storage of Volatile Materials.
Establishing a New Physical Security Plan.
Budgeting and Startup.
The Security Station.
Points of Egress and Refuge.
Fire Suppression and Alarm.
Interior Planning and Design.
Other Interior Spaces.
Chapter Six: Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Agents.
Chapter Seven: Responses to Emergency Events.
Emergency Response Teams and Plans.
Shelter from Severe Weather.
Weather Forecasting Sources.
Health, Safety, and Security.
Fresh Air and Lighting.
Chapter Eight: Security Devices and Systems.
Review of Security Devices and Systems.
A Word About Privacy and Security.
Chapter Nine: Integration of Security and Related Systems.
Information Technology Security.
Proprietary or On-Site Systems.
Off-Site Monitored Systems.
Components of Security Monitoring Stations.
Integration and Enterprise Security and Safety.
What Components Should Be Integrated?
Deciding Which Systems to Integrate, and When.
Part Two: Security Cost Data.
Introduction to the Cost Data.
How to Use the Cost Data: The Details.
How to Use the Unit Price Pages.
Unit Price Section.
How to Use the Assemblies Cost Tables.
Part Three: Appendix, Resources, Glossary, and Index.