In Personnel Protection: Executive Worksite Security, presenters Jerome Miller and Radford Jones discuss the potential security risks to executives while at the office and en route to the office. This seven-minute presentation of narrated slides includes recommendations for controlling access to areas of particular concern, such as installing fencing, monitoring the premises using a closed-circuit television (CCTV) system, conducting visitor screening, and installing bullet-resistant glass doors and duress alarms.
This presentation is one of 11 modules in the Personnel Protection presentation series, which is designed for companies considering an executive security program or for companies with an executive security program already in place. Each presentation in the series is narrated by Jerome Miller, formerly a commander in the Detroit Police Department and senior manager of international and special security operations at Chrysler Corporation, and Radford Jones, formerly manager of global security and fire protection at Ford Motor Company after 20 years with the U.S. Secret Service. Other topics in this series include advance procedures; the executive threat assessment profile; the selection of executive security personnel; kidnapping issues and guidelines; security procedures for residences; aircraft and vehicle operations; and executive compensation issues, including IRS requirements.
Personnel Protection: Executive Worksite Security is a part of Elsevier’s Security Executive Council Risk Management Portfolio, a collection of real world solutions and "how-to" guidelines that equip executives, practitioners, and educators with proven information for successful security and risk management programs.
- The seven-minute, visual PowerPoint presentation with audio narration format is excellent for group learning
- Introduces the security risks that should be avoided when the executive is at the worksite or during travel to and from the worksite
- Includes best practices and protective measures for the effective mitigation of executive security risks