Patrolling & Observation teaches how effective patrolling deters criminal behavior, improves response to emergencies and ensures compliance with company policies
Patrolling accomplishes many things. It can proactively deter criminal behavior, respond to emergencies, detect unauthorized activities, ensure compliance with organizational policies and intervene in circumstances that could cause a loss.
Topics covered include:
- Understanding the rules and regulations of the organization
- Types of patrols and how to perform them effectively: security, preventive, foot patrol, fire watch, mobile patrol, traffic duty
- Post orders
- Fixed post activities
- Access control systems
- Factors that affect visibility
- Honing the senses for observation
- Loss control
- Security systems
- Radio communications
This program trains security officers to hone their patrolling and observation skills and to use all their senses so they can accurately remember and report on what they have observed.