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4/6/2009· Criminology

Forensic Security and the Law

By: Daniel B. Kennedy, PhD, CPP, CCS

In ancient Rome, a forum was a public place where important governmental debates were held. Sometimes it was a town square or even a marketplace. Gradually, the forum also became a sort of public ‘courthouse,’ where various trials of importance to the citizenry were held

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12/30/2004· Forgery & Fraud

Law Technology News: Investigating I. P. Theft

By: Dennis P. Farley and Jack Mattera

While most legal professionals think of external hackers when they hear about information theft, that's often not the case. The more common culprit: someone with legitimate access to the information - i.e., insiders

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9/19/2018· Education & Schools

Student Safety and School Liability Involving School Police and Security Guards

By: Dr. Edward Dragan

Parents send their children to school expecting that their kids will be safe. The parents trust that the school's staff will act in their place and look out for their children's welfare in the same way they would. The presence of security guards, school police, or resource officers at the school may even strengthen their trust, but this can be a false sense of safety. Just because guards and school police officers wear a uniform does not always mean additional protection for students. Reviewing and assessing the potential for harm to students and others on school grounds and at school-sponsored events requires careful consideration and proactive initiative to keep students safe, even when the presence of a security guard or school police officer may provide a veneer of safety. Inadequately screening, training, and supervising security guards and school police officers; failing to provide guards and officers with clear instructions for handling special circumstances known to the school; and inappropriately delegating the responsibility for keeping children safe can all be linked to student injury or death.

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3/30/2018· Security

Where Will It Happen Next? Are We able to Provide a Safe and Secure Environment?

By: Dr. Michael J. Fagel

Schools, campuses, houses of worship, recreational sites, transportation hubs, retail facilities, those thoughts ring out day after day. Replay in your mind’s eye the horrific images of Columbine High School, Virginia Tech, Northern Illinois University (Valentine’s Day), Aurora Colorado movie theater, Sandy Hook Elementary School

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3/26/2014· Security

How Vulnerable Is Your Facility?

By: Dr. Michael J. Fagel

We often times think of our own facilities, our sites as something no one would want to harm... or would they?

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4/24/2014· Security

Are We able to Provide a Safe and Secure Environment?

By: Dr. Michael J. Fagel

At schools, campuses, sporting events, and retail facilities, those thoughts ring out day after day. We have watched with horror the increasingly more frequent news of violence at establishments we once thought "safe" from wanton violence. One has to just scan the news to see that no place is immune from any type of random act that injures or kills innocent civilians, be it a movie theater, retail mall, sporting event, school, or church. In this column, let's take a look at a few basic elements.

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9/5/2005· Premises Liability

Mitigation of Civil Liability/Injury - Event Management

By: Ira S. Somerson, BCFE, CPP

In discussing the mitigation of civil liability with event management, a phrase from the web-site of Diversified Management Services, "Strategic Planning Services" states, "If you don't know where you're going, any road will take you there

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11/14/2012· Security

Employee Theft: 10 Exposed Areas for Review

By: J. Patrick Murphy

Employee theft is nearly 50% of the losses for retailers. It's a $600 Billion crime across the nation for all businesses and growing. Employers are sometimes reluctant to discuss this topic or even acknowledge its existence but to adopt that approach will lead to financial disaster.

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12/17/2013· Security

Nightclub and Bar Security Bouncers, Doormen and Security Guards: You Are Security

By: J. Patrick Murphy

Authors note: I am a nightclub security expert witness. I've never worked in a bar. What qualifies me as an expert is my decades-long experience in security management. Security personnel are known under many different titles such as, most commonly, bouncers but they are also called ushers, greeters, door men, crowd control specialists, etc. The truth, however, is that there are basic tenants to any security program, regardless of business environment, and bars and nightclubs are no different with the exception of alcohol. Bouncer = Security.

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12/25/2006· Expert Witnessing

Guidelines to Selecting a Security Negligence, Premises Liability Expert

By: Joseph A. LaSorsa, CPP

Searches for quality "Security Experts" are conducted on a daily basis by attorneys, V.I.P.’s and corporate executives. Most experts list themselves with referral agencies or expert database web sites. The experts usually list their experience, background and credentials and some of the sites require a fee to be paid by the experts

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