EXERCISE #1- REPORT OF THE TASK FORCE ON PRIVATE SECURITY The 1976 “Report of th

EXERCISE #1- REPORT OF THE TASK FORCE ON PRIVATE SECURITY
The 1976 “Report of the Task Force on Private Security” is considered by many security practitioners to be the first comprehensive attempt in delving into the private security profession to determine its strengths and vulnerabilities. The National Advisory Committee on Criminal Justice Standards and Goals had previously published standards and goals for the various other “actors” within the criminal justice system, including police officers, judicial officers of the courts, and correction officials in an attempt to professionalize the entire criminal justice system thereby alleviating abuses that were occurring and addressing several other identified areas of concern. This Report, and others, were follow-ups to the original publications.
After reading the assigned pages of this Report, describe in your own words the broad purpose of the Task Force officials who studied private security at that time and the most significant contribution the Report made to the study of security management today. Incorporate into your response at least five (5) specific recommendations made by the Report, and to the best of your knowledge, based on your independent research during the week, state whether or not the recommendations have been enacted in the states or not. Discuss why our states and the private security profession itself might be reluctant, or even adamantly opposed to certain recommendations.
EXERCISE #2 – PRIVATE SECURITY RESEARCH AND PRIVATE AND PUBLIC POLICING: WHAT ARE THE ISSUES?
GROUP A: Students whose last name begins with the letters A-M must post initial responses to this discussion question. All others should read and comment as a part of their weekly engagement with their colleagues.
In “The Private Security Industry: A Review of the Definitions, Available Data, Sources, and Paths Moving Forward,” the authors provide a review of the previous research conducted about the private security industry, including the ongoing discussion about the definition of private security.
Examine the various definitions, particularly the ones offered by Hallcrest I, Kakalik and Wildhorn, and Bottom and Kostanoski, then compare and contrast the definitions and explain in your own words how they differ and the implications for security directors when conducting risk assessments and developing their security plans.
Also review Green’s and ASIS International’s definition of private security and discuss how those might be more useful (or not) in facilitating your understanding of the risk management process that includes identifying the various threats to organizational assets.
REMEMBER: Be sure to cite your sources from both the Learning Materials and outside research.
https://www.ojp.gov/pdffiles1/Digitization/40543NCJRS.pdf
https://www.ojp.gov/pdffiles1/bjs/grants/232781.pdf
https://www.ojp.gov/pdffiles1/nij/247182.pdf
https://www.asisonline.org/footer-pages/about-asis/
https://www.ojp.gov/pdffiles1/Digitization/126681NCJRS.pdf

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