How To Protect Jewish Facilities

What follows are proven, practical methods to protect Jewish organizations that have been developed over many years of hands-on experience in this field.

Knee-jerk reactions

Knee-jerk reactions, in and of themselves, aren’t necessarily the worst things in the world, especially if they cause organizations to tighten...

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10 leadership Principles For Security Operations

The following are ten hands-on, field leadership principles that I have personally found to be very useful for private sector security operations. Not only have I successfully applied these leadership principles myself, I have also taught them to other field leaders, and watched how they too have had success with them. Though these...

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The Inner & Outer Circle Relationship: Access Control

Circles of Security Circles of Security constitute one of the most important ideas in preventive security. This concept, which is most commonly applied to facilities and campuses, draws two general circles around the asset or property in question – the Inner Circle and the Outer Circle. The Inner Circle can be defined as the property that’s being protected,...
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