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Services Offered

Behavior Assessment

Behavioral assessment involves analyzing human behavior patterns, actions, and interactions within a given environment to proactively identify potential security risks and vulnerabilities. This approach recognizes that human behavior plays a significant role in security incidents and seeks to proactively address these factors to enhance security measures.​

Observation

and Analysis

Security Awareness

Training

Threat

Identification

Environmental

Design

Risk Mitigation

Strategies

Continuous Monitoring

and Adaptation

Special Event Planning and Security

Special event planning and security in a physical security plan involve a comprehensive approach to ensuring the safety and security of individuals, assets, and the overall environment during events such as concerts, festivals, sporting events, conferences, and ceremonies. 

 

By integrating these components into the special event planning and security strategy, organizers can create a safe and secure environment that enables attendees to enjoy the event while mitigating potential risks and ensuring the overall success of the occasion.

Risk

Assessment

Surveillance

and Monitoring

Communication

and Coordination

Security

Planning

Crowd

Management

Risk Mitigation

Measures

Access

Control

Emergency

Preparedness

Post-Event

Evaluation

Policies and Procedures

Policies and procedures are foundational elements of a physical security plan, providing a framework for effectively implementing and enforcing security measures.

By establishing clear and comprehensive policies and procedures, organizations can create a robust framework for managing physical security risks, protecting assets, and maintaining a safe and secure environment for employees, visitors, and stakeholders.

Policy

Definition

Policy

Development and Review

Procedure

Purpose

Policy

Examples

Procedure

Definition

Training and

Compliance

Policy

Purpose

Procedure

Examples

Documentation

and Revision

Regulatory

Regulatory assistance in a physical security plan involves ensuring compliance with relevant laws, regulations, standards, and industry best practices governing security and safety. Here's how it works:

By incorporating regulatory assistance into the physical security plan, organizations can ensure that their security measures align with legal and regulatory expectations, mitigate compliance risks, and demonstrate a commitment to protecting assets, safeguarding data, and maintaining a safe and secure environment for all stakeholders.

Understanding

Regulatory Requirements

Documentation

and Reporting

Gap

Analysis

Engaging with

Regulatory Authorities

Developing

Compliance Strategies

Continuous Monitoring

and Improvement

State and Federal Security Grant Consulting

Federal and state grant consulting for a physical security plan involves seeking and securing funding opportunities provided by government agencies at the federal and state levels to support the implementation or enhancement of security measures.

 

By leveraging the expertise of grant consultants, organizations can increase their chances of securing funding for physical security projects, optimize the use of grant resources, and achieve meaningful improvements in security and safety capabilities.

Identification of

Grant Opportunities

Grant Compliance

and Reporting

Grant Proposal

Development

Monitoring and

Evaluation

Application Submission

and Management

Sustainability

Planning

Protective Services

Protective services in a physical security plan involve the deployment of security personnel and resources to safeguard individuals, assets, and property from potential threats and risks. These services are designed to effectively deter, detect, and respond to security incidents.

By integrating protective services into a physical security plan, organizations can create a comprehensive security strategy that effectively mitigates risks, protects assets, and ensures the safety and well-being of individuals within the protected environment.

Security

Personnel

Emergency

Response

Access

Control

Risk Assessment

and Planning

Surveillance

and Monitoring

Customer Service

and Interaction

In-Construction Security, Design, Integration, and Evaluation

In-construction security design and integration involve incorporating security measures into a building or infrastructure project's planning, design, and construction phases to enhance safety, protect assets, and mitigate security risks. ​

By incorporating in-construction security design and integration into the planning and implementation of construction projects, organizations can proactively address security risks, protect valuable assets, and create a safe and secure environment for workers, contractors, and project stakeholders.

Risk

Assessment

Surveillance

and Monitoring

Security Planning

and Design​

Security Personnel

and Training​

Access Control and

Perimeter Security

Integration with

Building Systems

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