MGT 344 Protective Security Law

This course provides an examination of the legal standing of civilian security personnel, with emphasis placed on the responsibilities of security personnel. Students will learn to act within the law pertaining to protection of life and property, self-defense, search and seizure, privacy, powers of arrest, avoiding civil liabilities, etc.

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

Examine the legal standing of civilian security personnel, with emphasis placed on the responsibilities of security personnel.

Develop an understanding of the United States Constitution and of the balancing of interests undertaken by courts.

Identify legal compliance issues and learn how to manage and resolve them.

Explain how to address common issues facing working practitioner such as background checks, searches of computers and other property, investigations into misconduct, workplace violence prevention, employee monitoring, and preservation of corporate assets/ intellectual property.

Understand legal issues associated with investigations conducted by private and public security personnel and explain concepts.

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