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April 2021  Back to Top

SITUATIONAL AWARENESS  
Thursday, April 22, 2021 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Webinar

Featured Speaker:
Andy Davis, MSc, CPP, CSyP, FSyl
Owner.Managing Director Trident Manor Ltd.

Speaker bio: Read bio...
 

Cost: $100 USD --- Register Here
 

Continuing Professional Education:
ASIS International Continuing Professional Credit (CPE) Hours for CPP, PCI, PSP
 

Participants attending this program may be eligible to receive up to four continuing professional education credits or CPEs towards ASIS re-certification. 

SITUATIONAL AWARENESS

This program is designed to provide advice and guidance on how staff can enhance their levels of situational awareness to better protect themselves, as well as colleagues, clients, and the public.
 

Staff that are alert and vigilant to the threats that exist provides an additional layer of security. This is particularly important in the cultural heritage field, where venues often operate under financial constraints and may not be able to afford dedicated in-house security personnel. Covid-19 has also made the situation worse, forcing many venues to operate with limited human resources. In order to continue enhancing the protection of cultural assets, be they buildings, collections or people (i.e. colleagues and the public), it is paramount to provide staff with the right skills to understand how threats can manifest, and how to manage them. 
 

This program is suitable for all members of staff, and encourages proactive engagement in protective activities that help identify and mitigate various risks.
 

The workshop discusses the concept of situational awareness and the use of human senses to identify changes in the environment. The goal is to preempt possible threats that can negatively impact the ability of workers to accomplish everyday work tasks. PowerPoint, group discussions, and hands-on activities will help participants understand how to interpret information gathered through their own senses.  
 

Finally, presenters describe the factors that can negatively impact how people remain alert and vigilant, and identify proactive actions that can be taken to prevent victimization.


This will be a LIVE virtual event, via Zoom, that will run approximately 4 hours.

 

May 2021  Back to Top

Enterprise Security Risk Management  
Thursday, May 13, 2021 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM


Featured Speaker:

Brian Allen




Brian J. Allen Esq.

Speaker Bio: Read here


Registration is required


Registration is open through: May 12, 2021
 

ISPA members: complimentary

Non-members: $15

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Title: Enterprise Security Risk Management

Description: Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) is a risk-based approach to security that can help the industry advance, security practitioners excel in their careers, and security vendors engage with clients in more strategic engagements.  During this conversation we'll discuss the transforming business landscape and why security needs to embrace and mature its risk practice to keep pace of changes and meet executive expectations.  We'll review the ESRM principles and how it can be applied practically and strategically to various security environments.
 

Learning Objectives: After attending this session, you will have:

 

  • A perspective on what is driving Boards and the C-suite to think about security and the security output differently
     
  • An understanding of risk principles and how they apply to all things security; budgeting, tactics, reporting, and careers
     
  • Some starting points on moving risk management from an academic exercise to security practice

ASIS International Continuing Professional Credit (CPE) Hours for CPP, PCI, PSP

Participants attending this program may be eligible to receive continuing professional education credits or CPEs towards ASIS re-certification. Individuals seeking re-certification should check with ASIS International and review the filing process at: https://www.asisonline.org/certification/recertification/ 
 

International Foundation for Cultural Property Property Protection Continuing Professional Credit (CPE) Hours for CIPS, CVRS, CISS, CIPM, CIPI

Participants attending this program may be eligible to receive continuing professional education credits or CPEs towards IFCPP re-certification. Individuals seeking re-certification should check with IFCPP and review their re-certification guidelines at: ifcpp.org/recertification

June 2021  Back to Top

2021 ISPA Golf Classic  
Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - All Day
Silver Lake Country Club

THE 2021 VIRTUAL 50/50 RAFFLE IS NOW OPEN! WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT
THE CONCLUSION OF THE GOLF CLASSIC ON JUNE 1. CLICK ON OUR SMILEY
FACE TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS TODAY!
 

Virtual 50/50 Raffle


Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design  
Thursday, June 10, 2021 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Featured Speaker:

Randy AtlasRandy Atlas PhD, FAIA, CPP

Speaker bio: Read here...
 

Registration is required.


Registration is open through: June 9, 2021

ISPA members: complimentary

Non-members: $15

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Title: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
 

Description:

CPTED does not require an extensive technical background or understanding. To be effective as a community crime prevention strategy, basic CPTED concepts have to be understood by as many people as possible in easy to understand terms. The following learning objectives should be considered as a minimum for successful application of CPTED to your work and living environment.
 

Learning Objectives: After attending this session, attendees will be able to:

  • Know what CPTED is;
  • Know the basic premises of CPTED;
  • Know basic CPTED principles and approaches - access control, surveillance, territoriality, legitimate activity support, management and maintenance strategies;
  • Know the CPTED classifications of strategies - organized, mechanical, natural;
  • Know the CPTED approach to space assessment - the 3-D concept;
  • Know how to assess the crime potential within the different environments;
  • Know how to assess the security liability issues in the built environment, and how to reduce premises liability.

 

Continuing Professional Education (CPE)
 

ASIS International Continuing Professional Credit (CPE) Hours for CPP, PCI, PSP

Participants attending this program may be eligible to receive continuing professional education credits or CPEs towards ASIS re-certification. Individuals seeking re-certification should check with ASIS International and review the filing process at: https://www.asisonline.org/certification/recertification/ 
 

International Foundation for Cultural Property Property Protection Continuing Professional Credit (CPE) Hours for CIPS, CVRS, CISS, CIPM, CIPI
 

Participants attending this program may be eligible to receive continuing professional education credits or CPEs towards IFCPP re-certification. Individuals seeking re-certification should check with IFCPP and review their re-certification guidelines at: ifcpp.org/recertification

 

 

July 2021  Back to Top

Behavioral Pattern Analysis  
Thursday, July 8, 2021 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Featured Speaker:

Sonny TaiSonny Tai
Actuate
Speaker bio: Read here...
 

Registration is required.


Registration is open through: July 7, 2021

ISPA members: complimentary

Non-members: $15

Register Now

 

Title: Behavioral Pattern Analysis

Description: The United States Marine Corps uses training on combat profiling to proactively identify threats through behavior pattern analysis and recognition. Combat profiling gives users the ability to understand human behavior and read human terrain, and it can be effective in identifying anomalies in people, places, and things in any culture or location. Combat profiling techniques are not exclusive to the battlefield; they can be employed by security professionals in any setting. Learn the basics of combat profiling and its domains: hueristics, proxemics, geographics, atmospherics, kinesics, and biometrics. Understanding and incorporating these domains into an assessment can help identify anomalies and react before an incident occurs.


 

Learning Objectives: After attending this session, attendees will be able to:

  • Define Cooper’s Color Codes and the Six Domains of Combat Profiling and learn how it applies to everyday situations.
  • Learn to orient mental process to the situation and raise situational awareness.
  • Learn to establish a baseline to facilitate detection of anomalies.

 

Continuing Professional Education (CPE)
 

ASIS International Continuing Professional Credit (CPE) Hours for CPP, PCI, PSP

Participants attending this program may be eligible to receive continuing professional education credits or CPEs towards ASIS re-certification. Individuals seeking re-certification should check with ASIS International and review the filing process at: https://www.asisonline.org/certification/recertification/ 
 

International Foundation for Cultural Property Property Protection Continuing Professional Credit (CPE) Hours for CIPS, CVRS, CISS, CIPM, CIPI
 

Participants attending this program may be eligible to receive continuing professional education credits or CPEs towards IFCPP re-certification. Individuals seeking re-certification should check with IFCPP and review their re-certification guidelines at: ifcpp.org/recertification

 

 

August 2021  Back to Top

Midwest Security and Police Conference and Expo  
Wednesday, August 18, 2021 - Friday, August 20, 2021 - All Day
Tinley Park Convention Center - 18451 Convention Center Drive, Tinley Park, IL

Call Us (224)333-1622