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Duties and Responsibilities for Security Officers in NYS - 2nd Edition
by: Terrance W. Hoffman, M.A.L.S.

$ 14.95
Softcover, 6 x 9, 178 pages
1-932777-03-2
978-1-932777-03-1


Description:
Discusses the objectives formulated by the Security Training Unit of the Division of Criminal Justice Services. Pre-Employment Training, Sixteen-Hour On-The-Job Training, Eight-Hour In-Service Training. Essential for the Security Officer!

Duties and Responsibilities for Security Officers in NYS is the perfect companion to the popular Looseleaf-formatted Criminal Law for Security Professionals!


From professional conduct and the laws of security work to strategies for handling a diverse cross-section of crimes and criminals, this essential and comprehensive guide details the learning objectives required by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services for the completion of a variety of security guard courses.

Enhanced bya conveniently alphabetized and a clearly defined table of contents, Duties and Responsibilities for Security Officers in NYS gives you immediate access to the crucial concepts and practices every professional security guard must know. Inside you'll find pivotal information on:

  • NYS rules, regulations and legal decisions that directly impact security officers.
  • Justifiable use of force in effecting an arrest or preventing escape.
  • Guidance for handling medical emergencies & mass crsis situations.
  • Evaluating and confronting threat potential.
  • Skilled on-scene note taking and detailed report-writing techniques that will defend your arrests and keep you safe in court.
  • Carefully and effectively communicating with supervisors, the public and the media.
  • Understanding the true definitions of key terms like felony, misdemeanor, violation, offense, cupable mental state, laeceny and a myriad of others.
  • The Security Officer's Code of Ethics
  • Plus, expanded pre-service training curriculum!

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