Table of contents for Introduction to security / Robert J. Fischer, Gion Green.


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Counter Part I: Introduction and Security's Function
1: Homeland Security -- Changing the Emphasis on Security in the United States
2: Origins and Development of Security
3: Defining Security's Role
4: The Proprietary Security Organization
5: Career Opportunities in Loss Prevention
6: Security Education, Training, Certification, and Regulation
Part II: Basics of Defense
7: Security and the Law
8: Risk Analysis and the Security Survey
9: The Outer Defenses: Building and Perimeter Protection
10: Interior and Exterior Security Concerns
11: The Inner Defenses: Intrusion and Access Control
12: Fire Protection, Safety, and Emergency Planning
13: Insurance
14: Internal Theft Controls
15: Personnel Policies for Internal Security
Part III: Specific Threats and Solutions
16: Transportation/Cargo Security
17: Workplace Violence: Prevention and Intervention
18: Drugs in the Workplace
19: Retail Security
20: Terrorism and Other Tools of Destruction
21: Computer and Information Security
22: Specific Security Threats
23: Security: Its Problems, Its Future

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Private security services, Private security services Management, Industries Security measures, Retail trade Security measures