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How to Write or Improve Any Security Manual

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  • Is “write a security manual” languishing on your to-do list?
  • Do you think you don’t really “need” a security manual?
  • If you have one, is it a useful strategic and operational tool or an out-of-date compilation sitting on a shelf collecting dust?

If you ever have a legal action against you for inadequate security, negligent security, or improper hiring or training, your manual is likely came under significant scrutiny. Will you be ready?

Many of us shudder to think about trying to write or update this huge document. This live online training session will teach you how to outline and write a security department manual or any related planning documents—it’s not as difficult as you think!

Besides the legal requirement of having a comprehensive, accurate, and current manual, you need one to consistently implement your policies and procedures.

This educational event will walk you through the process for developing an outline and writing a security manual and other related manuals, including manuals for security training, emergency response, and business continuity.

During this 90-minute training recording, you will learn:

  • How to outline a security manual
  • How to write each section
  • Who will help write it
  • How to organize and update it
  • Elements to help withstand legal scrutiny
  • Presentation tips
  • Distribution and circulation planning
  • Tricks for streamlining the manual writing process

Featured Faculty:

Darrell CliftonDarrell Clifton, CPP
Director of Security
Circus Circus Hotel Casino. Reno, NV

Darrell Clifton has been managing Security Departments and officers for about 25 years. He specializes in creating, writing, and implementing new policies and programs on such topics as Workplace Violence Prevention, Hotel Security, Casino Security and Surveillance, Crime Prevention, Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity, Drug Recognition, and many others. Darrell chairs many community and national organizations including the Downtown Police Tax District, Alcohol Advisory Board, Washoe County Business Preparedness Committee, and the Northern Nevada Chapter of ASIS. He also sits on the Board of Directors for Secret Witness, AlertID, and is the secretary of the Hospitality, Entertainment and Tourism Council. He is a frequent contributor to security publications and speaker at industry conferences.

This webinar was recorded on August 25, 2011
Product ID: 11WS06R

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