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NCJ Number: 40295 Add to Shopping cart Find in a Library
Title: NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE SECURITY PROGRAM
Project Director: C B HARRIMAN
Date Published: 1977
Page Count: 159
Sponsoring Agency: National Conference of State Legislators
Washington, DC 20036
National Legislative Services and Security Assoc

US Dept of Justice
Washington, DC 20531
Grant Number: 76-DF-99-0037
Type: Training (Handbook/Manual)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS MANUAL PROVIDES A TRAINING COURSE FOR LEGISLATIVE SECURITY PERSONNEL, IDENTIFIES COMMON SECURITY PROBLEMS FOR LEGISLATIVE BODIES, AND IDENTIFIES RESOURCES.
Abstract: A SURVEY OF LEGISLATIVE ADMINISTRATORS REVEALED THAT MOST SECURITY STAFFS WERE NOT PREPARED WELL TO HANDLE DEMONSTRATIONS, BURGLARIES, VIP PROTECTION, BOMB THREATS, OR CRIME PREVENTION DUTIES. MAJOR TRAINING NEEDS WERE IDENTIFIED AS BOMB THREAT MANAGEMENT, VIP PROTECTION, PUBLIC RELATIONS, EMERGENCY MEDICAL PROCEDURES, AND SECURITY PROGRAM PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT. LESSON PLANS WERE PREPARED PARTLY IN RESPONSE TO THESE NEEDS. THEY INCLUDE PUBLIC RELATIONS, CROWD CONTROL, VIP PROTECTION, COMMUNICATIONS, BOMB THREATS AND SEARCHES, AND BUILDING SECURITY. ALSO INCLUDED IS A MODEL ACT RELATING TO INTERFERENCE WITH THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS....PLO
Index Term(s): Facility security; Model law; Needs assessment; Protection of public figures; Special purpose public police; State government
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