Handbook of Loss Prevention and Crime Prevention, Sixth Edition, continues to serve as the preeminent, comprehensive resource for devising practical, modern solutions for securing people and property. The book presents the latest key applications for securing structures with Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), including plan review, report writing, presentation skills, lighting, zoning and behavioral management. Other sections address the latest issues related to active shooter situations, information technology, and international terrorism. Practical examples are provided, exploring applications for limiting retail crime and employing disaster readiness strategies.
Edited by seasoned, trusted security practitioner Lawrence Fennelly, the book features contributions by some of the most well-known experts in the field. Readers will find this book to be a trusted resource for physical security professionals, students and certification candidates who must navigate, and make sense of, today's most pressing domestic and international security issues.
- Covers every important topic in the field, including new coverage of active shooters, terroristic threats, and the latest on wireless security applications, data analysis and visualization, situational crime prevention, and global security standards and compliance issues
- Provides a comprehensive examination on the content and skills necessary for passing the ASIS Certified Protection Professional (CPP) exam
- Features contributions from the leading, most trusted subject-matter experts in the field
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1. Encompassing CPTED in 2020 and Beyond 2. Designing Crime Risk Management 3. Designing Security and Working with Architects 4. Introduction to Vulnerability Assessment 5. The Security Survey and The Audit 6. Vulnerability Assessment Process Inputs Establish Protection
Section A. Objectives 7. Approaches to Physical Security and Deterrents 8. Bringing CPTED into the 21st Century 9. Environmental Criminology and Crime Control 10. Problem Solving and Effective Community Policing 11. Neighborhood Watch Guidelines for the Twenty-First Century 12. Situational Crime Prevention and Opportunity Blocking
Section B. Planning and Evaluation 13. Design and Evaluation of Physical Protection Systems 14. Planning, Management and Evaluation 15. Crime Analysis 16. Standards, Regulations, and Guidelines: Compliance and Your Security Programs, Including Global Resources and Master Plan
Section C. Security Operations, Tools, and Technology 17. Access Control, Access Badges and Biometrics Characteristics 18. Intrusion Detection Systems 19. Security Surveillance Systems 20. Security Lighting
Section D. Technology 21. Information Technology Systems Infrastructure
Section E. Delay 22. Protective Barriers 23. Physical Barriers 24. Fences and Walls 25. The Use of Locks in Physical Crime Prevention 26. Safes and Vaults
Section F. Response 27. Today's Security Officer and SRO 28. Bomb Threats 29. Internal Theft Controls 30. Safe Schools and Safe Campuses 31. Domestic Violence: Can It Be Stopped 32. Proprietary Information 33. Identity Theft 34. Retail Security & Employee Theft 35. High Rise Building Security 36. Multi-Residential Security 37. Lodging Hospitality Security 38. Emergency Management 39. Cargo Theft and Cargo Security 40. Soft Targets
Lawrence J. Fennelly, CPOI, CSSI, is an internationally recognized authority on crime prevention, security planning and analysis and on the study of how environmental factors (CPTED), physical hardware, alarms, lighting, site design, management practices, litigation consultants, security policies and procedures and guard management contribute to criminal victimization. In his security consultant experience he has conducted surveys/audits of large complexes as well as small. Plus written a set of Best Practices. Mr. Fennelly is an Lifetime of the American Society for Industrial Security. This association consists of about 34,000 members who are all in the security profession. He has been involved in several of their National Committees and as well as lecturing for them. He is a past Chair of the Crime Prevention & Loss Prevention Council and in 2015 the Chair of the ASIS, School Safety & Security Council. Currently is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of IFPO.