PRO 422 Building Security

This is a principles course on the proactive means of securing and protecting facilities and countering threats. Students will learn the basic aspects of building protection: security, safety, surveillance, intelligence, and management. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to apply sound principles of asset protection management through private enforcement and will be able to use proper strategies in order to be prepared for any contingency. Emphasis is on how to protect the fixed asset, the persons in the facility, and sensitive information.

This course is offered in the following Certificates:

The course learning outcomes that you will demonstrate upon completion of this course are as follows:

Research, describe and articulate the practice of building security through planning and designing.

Analyze the primary differences between safety and security, including the appropriate level of protection required and utilization of limited resources.

Demonstrate understanding and application of the integration of security, safety, surveillance, intelligence and management (S3IM) in building security.

Comprehend guidelines, standards and codes of practice in building security.

Demonstrate, by written articulation, the proper implementation of security measures.

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