- NITA Introduction and Course Expectations
- Introduction to Security and Why Security is Important
- Security Operational Goals
- Perimeter Security- Policies and Equipment Needed
- Four methods of entry and the Six D's of Perimeter Security
- The Crime Triangle and Displacement
- Types of Barriers, Fences and Perimeter Weaknesses
- Keys and Locks - Control Policies
- Combination Locks, Master Keys and High Security Keys
- Why Security Design is Important and the Goals and Fundamentals of Security Design
- Benches, ATM's and Crime Prevention
- Security Design Programming
Physical Security Operations: Policies and Procedures for Security Professionals is a continuing education training course . This series of lessons will take you through what is necessary to infuse physical security into any business or operation and will discuss some of the basic ideas and philosophies involved in creating a secure environment for a facility, business, or any space. We will discuss the policies and procedures dealing with overall security, perimeter security, keys and locks, and security design.
Security Professionals will have the ability to learn at their own pace and complete eight (8) hours of dynamic continuing education training to further enhance their security career.
All courses include an end of course examination. Students must pass the exam to receive credit for the training. Certificates will be available online immediately for all students.