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JLBC LESSON: OBSERVATION AND PATROL



JLBC LESSON: OBSERVATION AND PATROL

Student Training Objective(s):

Upon completion of instruction, the student will be able to:

1. Identify the proper methods of observation when patrolling the property that security guards are assigned to protect by:

If applicable, I was checking the condition and status of a patrol vehicle.

We are identifying procedures to patrol potentially hazardous locations.

We are identifying proper procedures to patrol on foot or by car.

We are identifying incidents or potential problems related to the patrol of parking lots.

We are identifying signs of illegal entry to buildings or grounds.

Identifying factors indicate suspicious persons or vehicles.

We are identifying procedures to interview a suspicious person.

Identifying circumstances are typically requiring backup assistance.

It is identifying strategies to advise employers of potentially hazardous conditions.

We are identifying methods to assist elderly or disabled persons with mobility problems.

We identify approaches to escort money, valuables, or people to provide security.

OVERVIEW OF PATROL FUNCTION

The security patrol Guard

The essence of the security function

Direct impact on employer and employee satisfaction.

Represents security department

Actions have far-reaching consequences

Basic objectives

Protecting people and property

Crime prevention

Criminal apprehension

Order maintenance

Loss prevention

Knowledge necessary for basic patrol

Geographic area

Persons in the area

Previous criminal activity in area ÿ Vulnerable areas

Hazardous areas

Physical facilities

Observation techniques

Types of Patrol

Motorized

Foot

One person vs. two people

Safety

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