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NCJ Number: 97532 Find in a Library
Title: Protection of Assets, Volume 2
Corporate Author: Merritt Co
United States of America
Editor(s): T J Walsh
Date Published: 1984
Page Count: 527
Sponsoring Agency: Merritt Co
Santa Monica, CA 90406
Sale Source: Merritt Co
1661 Ninth Street
Santa Monica, CA 90406
United States of America
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Presented in a looseleaf format, this second volume of a five-volume manual covering a comprehensive range of security subjects gives detailed instructions for handling seven aspects of business and personnel security.
Abstract: A discussion of employee theft and fraud prevention covers the assessment of vulnerability, provides 17 flow charts for basic asset control, and explains transportation security planning and management responsibility. It also gives guidelines for reviewing security procedures in action, for preventing document manipulation, and for creating an environment conducive to loss prevention. Guidelines on electronic data processing security describes data systems, the prevention and detection of computer crime, and the investigation and resolution of these crimes. Procedures in the event of a strike include prestrike planning, continued operations during work stoppage, and an internal review and critique of the procedures to be conducted at the conclusion of the labor dispute. Guidelines are given for safety and security in relation to parking and traffic control. Specific security needs of bicycles and motorcycles are addressed. Additional guidelines cover the protection of proprietary information, the handling of background investigations and other in-house investigations, and the role of insurance and insurance administration. Figures, charts, checklists, forms, and sample policy and procedure statements are included. For other volumes, see NCJ 97531 and NCJ 97533-35.
Index Term(s): Background investigations; Business insurance; Business security; Data security; Employee theft; Fraud and abuse prevention measures; Industrial security; Personnel security procedures; Security management; Strikes; Traffic control and direction
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