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NCJ Number: 113620 Find in a Library
Title: Training: The Best Buy in Retail Security
Journal: Security Management  Volume:32  Issue:9  Dated:(September 1988)  Pages:166-170
Author(s): L G Canton
Date Published: 1988
Page Count: 5
Type: Issue Overview
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: After outlining the requirements of an effective security training program, this article describes steps in developing a security training program and the phases of such training.
Abstract: An effective training program should meet organizational needs, be task oriented and structured, be fully documented, and have the approval and support of senior management. The first step in developing a training program is to analyze the basic tasks of the security job. The next step is to review the resources that can be used for security training. The third step is to prepare a master training outline. Security training might be divided into four phases: orientation, theoretical training, practical application, and advanced/sustaining training.
Main Term(s): Security training
Index Term(s): Private police; Security management
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