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CJS 250 Week 1 Checkpoint Historical Laws and Security

CJS 250 Week 1 Assignment Biography of Allan Pinkerton

CJS 250 Week 2 Checkpoint Threat and Risk Assessment

CJS 250 Week 2 DQ 1 and DQ 2

CJS 250 Week 3 Exercise Interview schedule

CJS 250 Week 3 Assignment Security Objective Components

CJS 250 Week 3 Checkpoint Risk Managment

CJS 250 Week 4 Checkpoint Models of Physical Security (Appendix D)

CJS 250 Week 4 DQ 1 and DQ 2

CJS 250 Week 5 Checkpoint Evaluating Safe Work Conditions Appendix E

CJS 250 Week 5 Checkpoint Floor Plan

CJS 250 Week 5 Assignment Security Manager Interview

CJS 250 Week 6 Checkpoint Security Assessment

CJS 250 Week 6 DQ 1 and DQ 2

CJS 250 Week 7 Checkpoint Public Relations and Professionalism

CJS 250 Week 7 Assignment Relationship between Private and Public Police

CJS 250 Week 8 Checkpoint Law and Legal Issues

CJS 250 Week 8 DQ 1 and DQ 2

CJS 250 Week 9 Capstone CheckPoint

CJS 250 Week 9 Final The Security Plan

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CJS 250 Week 1 Assignment Biography of Allan Pinkerton

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1. Assignment: Biography of Allan Pinkerton

No study of the private security industry would be complete without mention of Allan Pinkerton and the Pinkerton Detective Agency. Pinkerton made many contributions both to private security and to national law enforcement, and the Pinkerton Detective Agency was the forerunner to modern private security and detective agencies.

· Write a 500- to 700-word biography of Allan Pinkerton focusing on the overlap between private and public security in the career of Pinkerton and the development of the Pinkerton Detective Agency. Include the following:

o A history of Pinkerton’s career as a law enforcement official

o The major events involving the Pinkerton Detective Agency during Pinkerton’s lifetime

o The impact of the Agency’s innovations on law enforcement and the private security industry

· Format your paper according to APA guidelines.

· Cite at least three sources.

· Post your paper as an attachment.

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CJS 250 Week 1 Checkpoint Historical Laws and Security

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2. CheckPoint: Historical Laws and Security

· Write a brief description in your own words of the following laws, including where and when each law originated:

o The Code of Hammurabi

o Draco’s law

o Law of the Twelve Tables

o Justinian Code

o Magna Carta

o Statute of Westminster

· Answer the following questions:

o How have these laws led to the historical development of security forces, both private and public?

o Why do you think the need for both private and public security still exists?

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CJS 250 Week 2 Checkpoint Threat and Risk Assessment

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1. CheckPoint: Threat and Risk Assessment

· Review Ch. 3 of the text.

· Complete Appendix B.

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CJS 250 Week 2 DQ 1 and DQ 2

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2. Discussion Questions

· Consider the definition of security given on pp. 71–72 of the text. Can any target environment ever be perfectly stable or predictable? Why or why not? Why does the author stress that security efforts for any target environment are a “never-ending process” and that security objectives change over time? How can complacency pose a problem for security professionals?

· Consider several locations — private or public, residential or commercial — you are currently familiar with. Do any of these places have what you would consider obvious vulnerability gaps? Briefly explain. What steps would you take to address these vulnerabilities?

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CJS 250 Week 3 Assignment Security Objective Components

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1. Assignment: Security Objective Components

· Read the article on p. 109 and review pp. 113–115 of the text.

· Address the following points in a 700- to 1,050-word response:

o What component of the overall security objective deserves the most attention in the environments mentioned in the article? What components would be less pertinent for these particular environments during a vulnerability assessment? Why?

o Relative to the primary component you chose above, what are some countermeasures or possible solutions for the shootings, incidences of arson, and bombing?

o What components of the overall security objective would be more pertinent had these events occurred at a mall? Would these components present alternative countermeasures or solutions to those you have already listed? Explain your answers.

· Cite two sources other than the text.

· Format your paper according to APA guidelines.

· Post your paper as an attachment.

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CJS 250 Week 3 Checkpoint Risk Managment

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2. CheckPoint: Risk Management

· Read the Risk Management scenario presented in Appendix C.

· Complete the table in Part I.

· Answer the questions in Part II.

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CJS 250 Week 3 Exercise Interview schedule

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3. Exercise: Interview Scheduling

· Contact a manager or security personnel and schedule a meeting for an interview to be completed by Week Five.

· Post the name and title of the person you plan to interview with the date and time of the interview as a message to your facilitator

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CJS 250 Week 4 Checkpoint Models of Physical Security (Appendix D)

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1. CheckPoint: Models of Physical Security

Complete Appendix D.

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CJS 250 Week 4 DQ 1 and DQ 2

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2. Discussion Questions

· What are the most common features of physical security? What are the least common? How can extant features of a target environment be adapted for security purposes (such as for detection or asset protection)? Provide specific examples.

· While it may be ideal for security planners to utilize or install the latest technology, it may not always be practical. How can a security professional balance limitations such as budget or space with the need to keep abreast of the latest industry technology and trends? How much technological knowledge should security professionals have? How broad or detailed should that knowledge be?

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CJS 250 Week 5 Assignment Security Manager Interview

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1. Assignment: Security Manager Interview

· Interview a manager of security personnel.

· Use the questionnaire provided in Appendix F to record responses in detail. Space has been provided for additional questions, but be sure to record any additional questions as well as the responses.

· Complete Part II once all answers have been recorded.

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CJS 250 Week 5 Checkpoint Evaluating Safe Work Conditions Appendix E

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2. CheckPoint: Evaluating Safe Working Conditions

· Read the summaries in Appendix E.

· Answer the questions following each summary in 100 words or more.

· Post as an attachment.

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CJS 250 Week 5 Checkpoint Floor Plan

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1. CheckPoint: Floor Plan

· Create a description of the target environment to be used for your final project. The environment can be imaginary or real, but the description must include the following:

o The title, purpose, or function of the environment (“Bank,” for example, or “Convenience Store”)

o A basic floor plan

· The current security features in place

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CJS 250 Week 6 Checkpoint Security Assessment

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1. CheckPoint: Security Assessment

· Choose two of the four settings from Ch. 9 and carefully review the accompanying summaries, bullet points, and floor plans.

· Complete a security assessment for each setting using Appendix G.

· Provide at least two countermeasures specific to physical security and one countermeasure specific to personnel or security management for each setting. Explain your choices.

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CJS 250 Week 6 DQ 1 and DQ 2

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2. Discussion Questions

· Read the section on the Walt Disney Corporation’s security operations in Orlando on pp. 206–209 of the text. How are the Walt Disney Corporation’s security operations integrated into the overall business operations? How are non-security personnel and environmental features used for security purposes and how do security personnel contribute to the overall mission of the business operations? Why is the integration of individual security components into the overall security design and the overall business mission important?

3. Knowing that environment is important for security, what security factors would you consider for two rival high school football teams that are set to play in two weeks on a Friday evening? How would these considerations alter for an apartment building that had experienced a rash of burglaries? Explain you answers.

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CJS 250 Week 7 Assignment Relationship between Private and Public Police

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1. Assignment: Relationship Between Private and Public Police

· Write a 750- to 1,050-word paper discussing the relationship between private and public police. Is this relationship positive or negative? Provide specific examples to support your opinion.

· Discuss how the conflict regarding the definition of public and private space influences the relationship between private and public police.

· Suggest ways this relationship can be maintained or improved.

· Cite at least three sources other than the text.

· Format your paper according to APA guidelines.

2. Post your paper as an attachment.

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CJS 250 Week 7 Checkpoint Public Relations and Professionalism

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3. CheckPoint: Public Relations and Professionalism

· Resource: “The Private Arm of the Law”article at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/01/01/AR2007010100665.html

· Write a 250- to 300-word response discussing the public relations image and professionalism of the private security industry. What are some examples from the article concerning the importance of private security industry members having the same level of professionalism as public law enforcement officers? How can a negative image impact the security of a community? How can this image be improved?

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CJS 250 Week 8 Checkpoint Law and Legal Issues

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1. CheckPoint: Law and Legal Issues

Imagine you are responsible for training newly-hired security personnel. You must deliver a presentation to the new recruits on criminal procedure and legal issues as they pertain to security professionals.

· Create a 5- to 7-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation on law and legal issues as they apply specifically to private security professionals.

· Outline the basic organization of law (criminal, civil, and administrative).

· Explain basic crime classifications.

· Define the two types of tort law, particularly as they impact security professionals.

· Provide detailed speaker’s notes.

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CJS 250 Week 8 DQ 1 and DQ 2

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2. Discussion Questions

· Security professionals have similar functions and duties as the police but do not share the same level of authority in criminal procedure. What are the differences between private and public police in their level of authority? What are the limitations security professionals must recognize?

· What role should non-security personnel play in an emergency plan and disaster response? Should these roles be included in a procedures manual? Why or why not? How can a company or organization balance safety and liability issues with the use of non-security personnel during a disaster or emergency? Explain your answer.

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CJS 250 Week 9 Capstone CheckPoint

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1. Capstone CheckPoint

· Each target environment has unique security needs and offers security professionals distinct challenges and opportunities. In a 200- to 300-word response, answer the following questions:

o Why is it important for a security professional to know specifics about the particular target environment to which they are assigned?

o How can experienced security professionals prepare themselves for challenges and opportunities they have never encountered before?

o Is it possible that experience with only one type of environment can actually be a drawback for security professionals approaching a new environment? If so, how?

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CJS 250 Week 9 Final The Security Plan

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2. Final Project: The Security Plan

· Create a 1,400- to 1,750-word comprehensive security plan for the target environment you submitted in Week Five. In your plan, include the following items:

o The floor plan of the target environment

o A list of threats

o A risk assessment for each threat

o Current vulnerability gaps

o Countermeasures that take each of the following components of the overall security objective into account:

· Physical security

· Information security

· Personnel security

· Liability issues

· Departmental dependencies

o Emergency plan and disaster response for the following:

· Bomb threat

· Fire

o A summary justifying each of your choices as well as the overall design

· Reference the text and at least two other sources.

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