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NCJ Number: 32803 Find in a Library
Title: BEHAVIORAL APPROACH TO SUPERVISION
Journal: SECURITY MANAGEMENT  Volume:20  Issue:1  Dated:(MARCH 1976)  Pages:48-49
Author(s): J D KLOSS; E R CHRISTOPHERSON; T R RISLEY
Corporate Author: American Soc for Industrial Security
United States of America
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 2
Sponsoring Agency: American Soc for Industrial Security
Arlington, VA 22209
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: DESCRIPTION OF THE USE OF MECHANICAL AND CONTINUOUS MONITORING DEVICES TO SUPERVISE THE ACTIVITY OF A PRIVATE MOTORIZED GUARD PATROL FOR A LOW-INCOME PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECT IN KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
Abstract: THE SUPERVISORY MEASURES UTILIZED INCLUDED A TACHOGRAPH INSTALLED IN PATROL CARS, AUTOMATED CAR LOCATOR SYSTEMS, AND GUARD USE OF PORTABLE TAPE RECORDERS TO MAINTAIN A CONTINOUS LOG ON ACTIVITIES. (A TACHOGRAPH IS A CLOCK-DRIVEN RECORDING DEVICE THAT COUPLES TO A VEHICLE'S SPEEDOMETER DRIVE AND PLOTS VEHICLE SPEED, DISTANCE TRAVELLED, AND ENGINE OPERATION AGAINST A TWELVE-HOUR TIME BASE ON A CIRCULAR CHART).
Index Term(s): Behavior; Facility security; Kansas; Performance requirements; Private police; Residential security; Supervision
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