This text introduces a broad, in-depth look at security planning and procedures. Students will learn to develop skills in interviewing and interrogation techniques, intelligence gathering, surveillances, perimeter and crime scene security, criminal evidence preservation and collection, and principles of crowd and riot control. Additional topics include threat assessment and response, and facility security and vulnerabilities. This text also helps students develop skills in substance abuse recognition, theft, sabotage and espionage. It also covers techniques for dealing with computer security, electronic criminal investigations, firewalls and security software as well as crime prevention techniques. Additional topics include crime prevention, security access control, and security force management. This textbook is appropriate for criminal justice, criminal investigation, and homeland security programs. It is also suited for programs in emergency management, corporate security, psychology, emergency medical services and healthcare, police academy programs, and continuing professional development.
|Publisher:||LawTech Publishing Group|
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About the Author
Daniel Byram, MA, is a retired police lieutenant with extensive experience in the fields of intelligence, covert operations, tactical operations, and training. He has over 15 years in post-secondary education experience including the private and community college sectors.
Amy Davis holds a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology and a Bachelor's degree in Sociology with a minor in Criminology. She is a consultant specializing in Critical Incident Management.
Rick Michelson, MA, has 30 years of law enforcement experience which includes holding rank as a Sergeant with the San Diego Police Department, the University of California police in San Diego, a Lieutenant with California Polytechnic University, Pomona police, and as "Interim" Chief with Grossmont Community College’s police. He is currently a Reserve Lieutenant with the San Diego County Sheriff's Department in their Backgrounds Unit.
Paul Starrett, JD, is a licensed private investigator, and a former reserve police officer. He has over 20 years of experience in the security industry with 12 years in corporate security, four years of experience in law enforcement and 5 years as an information security engineer. He currently handles investigations that involve complex legal and technical issues.