Security Officer Workshop
Mandatory 2-part Series 3/25/15 & 4/1/15
This workshop provides a logical and strategic model that will help senior managers and security personnel understand the true scope of security-related regulations and industry-standard practices. The Security Officer may use this model to design and implement a standardized Security Program that meets or exceeds regulatory requirements.
“Security” isn’t just about alarms, robbery procedures and filing Suspicious Activity Reports. “Security” has become the evolutionary process that provides a safe, secure environment for employees to work and for customers to do business. Used appropriately, it can become a powerful force in averting losses and recovering funds and property. Used inappropriately, it can ruin the organization and its customers. Understanding the security function and the Security Officer’s role is as important as understanding the governing regulations themselves.
- What Are The Recognized Security “Basics”?
- What Are The Security Function’s Primary Responsibilities?
- What Are The Most Common Types of Security-Related Events And Crimes?
- What Are The Most Common Types of Offenders?
- What Are The Employees’ Responsibilities?
- What Are The Potential Costs To The Institution?
- What Will Affect The Institution’s Security & Loss Prevention Efforts?
- What Are “Industry-Standard Security Practices”?
- How Should The Relationship Between The Security Function & The Board of Directors Work?
- What Issues Must The Security Program Address?
- What Does The Bank Protection Act Really Mean?
- What Other Safety & Security Regulations May Be Applicable?
- How Should The Security Department Fulfill Regulatory Requirements?
- When Did The Security Department Become A Business Unit?
- Who Manages The Security Department?
- What Should The Annual Security Program Report Contain?
- What Other Responsibilities Should Be Given To The Security Department?
- Why Do The Institution’s Needs Determine The Security Officer’s Duties?
- What Common Security Practices Should Be Applied?
- What Are The Security Officer’s Most Common Problems?
- Who Else Has Security Responsibilities?
Security Officers and Assistants, Board of Directors, Auditors, Human Resources Managers, Training Managers and Compliance Officers.
Dana Turner has served as a law enforcement officer in several capacities – including the investigation of business and banking crimes. Dana has delivered thousands of platform and web presentations. He has participated in continuing education programs offered by banking associations, state and federal examining and law enforcement agencies and security, audit and human resources organizations.
Institute of Certified Bankers: Visit http://www.icbmembers.org/login.aspx for instructions regarding self-reporting. Estimated credits: 4.0 hours CRCM/CFSSP
FOR BOTH SESSIONS
Member price: $500.00 | Non member price $1,000.00
Member price: $530.00 | Non member price $1,060.00
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1516 Xavier St., Ste 500, Denver, CO 80204
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