PRO 432 Principal’s Office & Residence

This class covers the importance of insulating principals within the two primary places they spend most of their time – the office and the residence. This class will address how the secure work environment begins at the entrance to the business property, often the parking facility, as well as concerns about natural and man-made disasters. The residence, often believed by principles to be their “safe-harbor” will also be discussed, beginning with estate security, physical and psychological barriers, technical systems, and the residential building itself. This course will cover the basics of a proper advance for determining the needs of a safe and secure office and residence, and discuss emergency preparations for these areas.

Prerequisite (or equivalent):

The course learning outcomes that you will demonstrate upon completion of this course are as follows:

Explain and illustrate the importance of insulating the principal within the two primary places he/she spends most of their time – the office and the residence.

Conclude and be capable of articulating the secure work environment begins at the entrance to the business property, often the parking facility, as well as addressing concerns about natural and man-made disasters.

Demonstrate that policies and procedures at the protectee’s residence, physical and psychological barriers, technical systems as well as the residential building itself and the people including staff and outside workers affect the overall residential security plan.

Analyze the basics of a proper advance for determining the needs of a safe and secure office and residence through research and use of security checklists.

Discuss the importance of people, policies and procedures in the overall home/business security plan.

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