CJ380 Private Security I

This course will address and provide an in-depth overview of the management and functions of domestic and international private security operations, policies, and procedures. Students will learn and gain a full working knowledge of: public law enforce and private security functions, legal authority, training, career opportunities, critical infrastructure protection, standard response protocol (SRP), risk assessment, active shooter response, workplace violence tactics, resiliency and reactionary-based planning, personnel protection, asset protection, risk analysis and management, commercial security, institutional security, retail loss prevention, and how to effectively conduct a security survey. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to effectively and efficiently understand, interpret, and analyze the past, present, and future trends of domestic and international private security operations.



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