sec130 | undergraduate
Private Security Issues And Conflicts
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Investigative Case Building
- Identify ways to build a case through evidence collection, effective report writing, and case management.
- Identify ways to conduct successful and productive investigative interviews.
- Understand how to build an effective case through investigative practices.
Threat Assessment and Risk Analysis
- Understand how to conduct and manage effective threat assessments.
- Understand proactive measures to address risk.
- Identify strategies to stay current to emerging threats and risk.
- Outline ways to assess critical incidents to determine proper response.
- Utilize strategies to manage and respond to critical incidents.
- Identify and describe tactics to prepare and train for proper incident response.
Investigation Techniques and Laws
- Understand legal constraints of private investigations.
- Identify techniques used to conduct private investigations.
- Examine the process for conducting investigations in a private setting.
Private Security Personnel and Management
- Understand the skill set needed for security personnel.
- Understand proper management and direction of security personnel.
- Identify best practices in leading successful security teams.
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