JLBC: Security


JLBC: Security

Impact on techniques

High visibility

Low visibility

Proactive vs. reactive

OBSERVATION TECHNIQUES Five senses:

Sight Hearing Taste Smell Touch

Observation requires

Attention to detail

Perception of what is observed

Reporting what is observed

Fallibility of senses

A momentary lapse in Attention

Defects of sensory equipment

Interpretation of sensory data

Faulty memory - delayed reporting time

Reaction time

Association with experience

Comprehending what you see

Observation reporting cannot:

Be in a hurry

Be prejudiced

Be careless

Exaggerate

Be emotional

Be absent-minded

Techniques used to develop powers of observation

Practice observing

Individuals

Groups

Places

Things

Write down what you see and practice being accurate, clear, and concise

PATROL TASKS FOR SECURITY GUARDS

Identify the need to check the condition and status of the patrol vehicle, if applicable. ÿ Identify procedures to patrol potentially hazardous locations.

Identify proper procedures to patrol on foot or by car.

JLBC Cadets Identify incidents or potential problems related to patrol of parking lots.

Identify signs of illegal entry to buildings or grounds.

Identify factors indicating suspicious persons or vehicles.

Identify procedures to interview a suspicious person.

Identify circumstances typically requiring backup assistance.

Identify methods to advise employers of potentially hazardous conditions.

Identify strategies to assist elderly or disabled persons with mobility problems.

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