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Operational Risk Management: A Case Study Approach to Effective Planning and Response

- Consultant-turned-professor Mark Abkowitz explains why certain disasters occurred and why others were averted over the past three decades.

21st Century Security and CPTED: Designing for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Crime Prevention

- Crime prevention is all in the design, argues Randy Atlas, in this highly accessible and learned book on CPTED.

Security's Worth Gets Tested in Tough Time

- How is the economic downturn affecting the security industry?

The Management of Police Specialized Tactical Units, Second Edition

- Mijares and McCarthy have taken the SWAT training manual to the next level.

Cultivating Creativity for Competitive Advantage

- The secret to getting fresh ideas from your employees.

Ridge Worries Over Homeland Security Priorities

- In an interview with Time, former homeland security chief Tom Ridge worries about complacency surrounding national preparedness.

Fifty-Four Minutes After Midnight

- The head of security at Delaware State University, in Dover, Delaware, discusses how his school activated its crisis management plan when a shooting occurred and some of the lessons learned.

Keys to Fraud Prevention

- Security can take the lead in spearheading a fraud-prevention program, which should have three components: governance, implementation, and compliance.

Stay Safe at College

- This two-part DVD helps educators and students address the security concerns surrounding a young person's transistion to college.

Visualizing Safer Evacuations

- Two new tools may help people get out of a building quickly and safely during an emergency.

Retail Security and Loss Prevention, Second Edition

- While addressing the gamut of retail loss concerns, Retail Security and Loss Prevention does not offer anything new.

Keeping Your Church Safe

- Keeping Your Church Safe is a short, simple, and eye-opening work for houses of worship that manage their own security.

Who Handles Your Cash?

- Before contracting with a cash-in-transit firm, companies must be aware of the basic features offered and whether the vendor has solid business practices.

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