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NCJ Number: 36592 Find in a Library
Title: PRINCIPLES OF THE SECURITY SYSTEM CONCEPT
Journal: SECURITY WORLD  Volume:13  Issue:9  Dated:(SEPTEMBER 1976)  Pages:20-23
Author(s): A B FINKELSTEIN
Corporate Author: Security World Publishing Co, Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 4
Sponsoring Agency: Security World Publishing Co, Inc
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: DISCUSSION OF THE CONCEPTS BEHIND EACH ELEMENT IN A SECURITY SYSTEM AND THE FORCES THAT OPERATE ON THEM TO HELP IN THE SELECTION OF A COST EFFECTIVE SYSTEM.
Abstract: THE AUTHOR IDENTIFIES THE THREE ELEMENTS OF A SECURITY SYSTEM AS DETECTION, COMMAND/CONTROL/COMMUNICATION, AND RESPONSE. HE THEN DISCUSSES EACH ELEMENT SEPARATELY TO FURNISH INFORMATION FOR IMPLEMENTING THIS TYPE OF SYSTEM.
Index Term(s): Crime detection; Planning; Police response time; Security systems; Surveillance equipment
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