Close Protection Public Services Unit 18

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Page 1 Mr Sergey Vakulenko 04/04/16 Unit Title: Security Procedures in the Public Services Unit N: 18 P1. Identify the threats and the consequences of a failure in securities that exist to the security of people, property and premises in a public service. ..For this example we take a nightclub with a capacity of about 300 people. My role is DS – doorman. We have to secure the safety of premises, people and everyone. Potential threats that we possibly can have are: 1. Drunken people coming in 2. Drug pushers trying to get in and sell their drugs inside 3. Overcrowding 4. People bringing weapons in M1. Explain…show more content…
Explain how the types of security measures work to contribute to maintain the security of people, premises and property. Different types of security measures work differently also you can find many familiar features: Manned security – guarding premises from unauthorised access; guarding property against destruction or damage; also guarding one or more individuals against assault or against injuries. All those activities include a physical presence or carrying out any form of patrol of surveillance. Systems – this type of security includes working with all sorts of systems, like alarm systems – to prevent the fire; alarm systems – to be alarmed against any possible threat; CCTV – to monitor the area or premises. Physical security – are generally intended to deter potential intruders 9 e.g. warning signs and perimeter markings); to detect intrusions and monitor / record intruders (e.g. intruder alarms and CCTV systems); to trigger appropriate incident responses (e.g. by security guards and police). Page 4 Mr Sergey Vakulenko 05/04/16 Unit title: Security Procedures in the Public Services Unit N: 18 P4. Describe a typical method of searching people conducted by a security worker in the public services. There are three types of searching: 1. General – when all customers are searched 2. Random – some customers but not all are searched 3. Specific - when
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