Crime Prevention Part I BUSINESS CRIME PREVENTION SURVEY

Crime Prevention Part I BUSINESS CRIME PREVENTION SURVEY

Crime Prevention Part I BUSINESS CRIME PREVENTION SURVEY REPORT Institute for Criminal Justice Studies TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) LEARNING OBJECTIVES Learning Objective: The student based on knowledge received from previous lessons concerning locks, doors, windows & glass, alarms, safes, security lighting and Business Crime Prevention (Robbery Awareness, Shoplifting, Internal Theft and Checks & Credit Cards) will be able to complete a Crime Prevention Business (Commercial Security) Survey Report (Practical

Exercise). Learning Objective: The student will be able to identify, explain and complete the Introduction section of the report Learning Objective: The student will be able to identify, explain and complete the External Environment section of the report Learning Objective: The student will be able to identify, explain and complete the Exterior Lighting and Natural Barriers section of the report. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) LEARNING OBJECTIVES Learning Objective: The student will be able to identify, explain and complete section IV documenting observations and security recommendations for; door,

locks, alarm sensors, windows, walls, roof and floor of a surveyed building and/or facility in the report. Learning Objective: The student will be able to identify, explain and complete section V documenting observations and security recommendations for interior controls; door, locks, alarm system & CCTV, safes, interior walls, key control procedures, interior lighting, Checks and Credit Card procedures, Robbery Awareness, Shoplifting, Internal Theft and Delivery & Inventory procedures of a surveyed building and/or facility in the report. Learning Objective: The student will be able to identify, explain and complete section VI documenting any additional observations and security recommendations. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009)

FOREWARD A security survey is a critical on-site examination and analysis of a commercial business, office, warehouse, private or public institutions, and/or industrial facility; to ascertain the present security posture; posture identify deficiencies or excesses, determine level of protection needed and to make recommendations. recommendations SURVEY REPORT FORM If you will look at your sample Business Crime Prevention

(Commercial Security) Survey Report in your binder, we will go over the sections and requirements established for completing this form. Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey HEADER - CONFIDENTIAL Page #1 TITLE: A Crime Prevention Business (Commercial Security) Survey PREPARED FOR: Two

Brothers Cigar Shop TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey Continued Page #1 NAME OF STORE OR BUSINESS: Two Brothers Cigar TYPE OF BUSINESS: Retail ADDRESS: Address: 803

Moore Street TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey Continued Page #1 CITY STATE - ZIP: San Marcus, TX 78666 TELEPHONE #: 512-245-6233 OWNER: Jewed Candoit MANAGER: Joe Getitright TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009)

Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey Continued Page #1 INSPECTORS NAME: Officer C.P. Wannabe, Badge #007 You can use your own agency or department letterhead Make sure your cover page has CONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTIAL at top and bottom of each page of report.

Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #2 Security) Survey Continued SECTION I INTRODUCTION: On March 6, 2009 at approximately 1415 hours, I, Officer C.P. Wannabe, began a commercial security survey for Two Brothers Cigar Shop, located at 1105 Moore Street, San Marcus Texas, 78666. Members of the security survey party included (list names of all officers conducting survey). The onsite commercial security survey concluded at approx 2000 hrs, on the same date.

Add officers names who assisted Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #2 Security) Survey Continued SECTION II (Identification of site): site Your can write a detail description or use Google or MapQuest. Page #2 Moore Street Two Brothers Cigar Store

Daves Liquor Barn N W E S You can sketch it out by hand or use photo Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #3 Security) Survey Continued SECTION II-B (External Environment)

Environment Contd: Your can attach photos and/or again use technology found at Google or Map Quest TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #3 Security) Survey Continued SECTION II-B: B. External Environment: The Two Brothers Cigar Shop is located on the Southeast corner of Moore Street and Ave K Street. K is a one way (Southbound) street running along the West side of the property. 14th Street is a two way street that

runs East and West and is located on the North perimeter of the property. The East side of the property is abutted to the retail store by Daves Liquor Store. The South Side of the property is bordering a duplex. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #3 Security) Survey Continued SECTION II-B (External Environment) Environment Contd: Across 14th Street, on the North side is the business Netvision, a commercial CCTV provider and Condominiums

managed by BJ Properties. BJ & Associates properties currently reports a 90% occupancy rate of the available rental units. To the West of the business, across Ave K, is a utilized parking lot approximately 30% full on our visit. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #3 Security) Survey Continued SECTION II-B (External Environment) Environment Contd: There is a large (30X40) smokers deck connected to the business on

the north side. There is a large amount of patio furniture on the deck for customers use. Business has been in place for three years. No crime issues other than small shoplifting has been experienced. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #3 Security) Survey Continued SECTION II-B (External Environment) Environment Contd: Traffic: Traffic was moderate to heavy. Traffic volume reported by business owner

was 40 to 50 thousand cars per day. Law Enforcement: The San Marcos Police Station is located approximately 2 blocks away from the business. Patrol vehicles frequently drive by the area around the business during normal patrols. Page #4 Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey Continued TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #4

Security) Survey Continued SECTION II-B (Contd): Operating Hours: of the store are as follows: Monday - Thursday 0900 2100 hrs Friday 0900 2300 hrs Saturday 0900 2000 hrs Sunday 1200 1800 hrs TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #4 Security) Survey Continued SECTION II-B (Contd):

Business History and Crime Status: The business has reported no criminal activity other than some minor shoplifting. Area Code 78666 has a lower than average crime area. Rates are as follows: TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #4 Security) Survey Continued SECTION II-B (Contd): Personal crime risk (100 is national

average, lower is better) 40 Property crime risk (100 is national average, lower is better) 60 NEXT SLIDE WILL SHOW GRAPH TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009)

SECTION II-A (Contd): Business History and Crime Status: Page #4 San Marcos San Marcos Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #4 Security) Survey Continued SECTION II-A (Contd): Dimensions of Property and

Buildings: The building is estimated to 50 by 60. The property is a 130 by 130. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #5 Security) Survey Continued SECTION III A.Exterior Lighting: Lighting was minimal. The site employs use of fluorescent bulbs under the front business overhang (Four Double

fixtures). Two Halide lights provide illumination for the Signage mounted on the North Side of the building. OBSERVATION: There needs to be additional lighting particularly in the parking lots and the alleys surrounding the building. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #5 Security) Survey Continued SECTION III A Exterior Lighting Continued: RECOMMENDATION: Minimum:

1.Repairs should be made to the existing fixtures. 2.Addition of a single three head metal Halide light at the Northwest corner of the roof. This light should be positioned to AND cover the parking lots. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #5 Security) Survey Continued SECTION III A Exterior Lighting Recommendation Minimum Continued:

3.Addition of a three head metal halide light on the Southeast corner. The light should be positioned to cover the alleyway. 4.The fluorescent lights at the main entry need to be repaired Every other light is off. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #5 Security) Survey Continued SECTION III A Exterior Lighting (Recommendations) Contd:

Maximum: Addition of lights at the following Locations: 1.Four, three head Metal Halide activated by photocell. These heads should be positioned to provide a overlap of illumination. and 2.Repair existing lights on West side TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #5 Security) Survey Continued SECTION III B.Fences, Shrubs, and Natural Barriers:

OBSERVATIONS: The South Side of the property has an eight foot wooden privacy fence. This fence needs to be augmented to provide a more secure alleyway on the South and East side of the building. There is currently a homeless pallet set up in the East alleyway. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #5 Security) Survey Continued SECTION III B Fences, Shrubs and Natural Barriers: RECOMMENDATIONS:

Minimum: The alley needs to be cleared of all debris. Contact San Marcos PD reference to remove homeless transients. Maximum: Addition of an eight ft chain link fence replacing the wooden fence. The fence should wrap around to enclose the alley way on the North and West sides. Gates could be installed to allow access. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #5 & 6 Security) Survey Continued SECTION III C. Perimeter Alarms: No exterior

property perimeter alarms Recommendations: Minimum: Maximum: TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #6 Security) Survey Continued SECTION IV A. DOORS (OBSERVATIONS): Locations:

1.Door #1 Front Door, Main Access 2.Door#2 East Side Door, Secondary access. 3.Door #3 Back Door, Emergency Exit TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #6 Security) Survey Continued SECTION IV A. Doors (Observations) Style continued Style: 1.Door #1 double storefront glass. 2.Door #2 double storefront glass. 3.Door#3 Single metal door

TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #6 Security) Survey Continued SECTION IV A. Doors (Observations) Hinges continued Hinges: 1.Door #1 Internal cased hinges 2.Door #2 Internal cased hinges 3.Door#3 External hinge pins TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #6 Security) Survey Continued

SECTION IV A. Doors (Observations) Frame continued Frame: 1.Door#1 Powder coated anodized aluminum 2.Door#2 Powder coated anodized aluminum 3.Door #3 Steel frame Viewer: None at this location Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey Continued Page #6 SECTION IV A. Doors (Observations) Locks continued Locks:

1.Door #1 Schlage single cylinder inch bolts extend from top and bottom of doors 2.Door #2 Schlage single cylinder inch bolts extend from top and bottom of doors TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #7 Security) Survey Continued SECTION IV A. Doors (Observations) Locks continued Locks: 3.Door #3 Schlage 1 deadbolt, single cylinder hardened with a four inch

metal plate welded in place behind lock, two hasps on the interior side of the door, padlock ( Master Model 911, 2 inch shackle) locked in place on upper interior hasp. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #7 Security) Survey Continued SECTION IV A. Doors (Observations) Alarms Contd: Alarm Sensors: 1.Door #1Contact switches located at corners of door on non hinge side (interior)

2.Door #2 Contact switches located at corners of door on non hinge side (interior) TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #7 Security) Survey Continued SECTION IV A. Doors (Observations) Alarms continued 3.Door #3 Contact switch located at corner of door on non hinge side (interior) Access: Main access is through front North Door. Secondary access via West side door. All employees and one friend

have keys for access to doors. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #7 Security) Survey Continued SECTION IV A. Doors (Observations) Alarms Contd: RECOMMENDATIONS: Minimum: Door # 3 Back Door Hinge pins need to be welded or pinned to prohibit removal. Padlock needs to be removed due to life safety issues. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009)

Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #7 Security) Survey Continued SECTION IV A. Doors (Observations) Alarms Contd: RECOMMENDATIONS - Continued: Maximum: Door #3 An emergency exit crash bar should be added to augment back door security. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey Continued

Page #7 SECTION IV B.WINDOWS: OBSERVATION: Along North and West side of the building. 4X4 aluminum frame glass windows. They are solid standard commercial industry type plate-glass type windows fixed with no locks. Visibility: Visibility Poor Visibility due to signs hanging in windows. Blinds also block natural surveillance. Business Crime Prevention (Commercial

Security) Survey Continued Page #7 SECTION IV B Windows continued: RECOMMENDATIONS: Minimum: Remove/relocate signage to allow natural exterior surveillance. Leave Blinds up. Keep blinds open. Maximum: Glass break detectors should be placed on the store windows. Remove signs and blinds. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial

Page #7 & 8 Security) Survey Continued SECTION IV C.WALLS: OBSERVATION: OBSERVATION Walls are brown brick RECOMMENDATIONS: RECOMMENDATIONS None Minimum: Maximum: Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #8 Security) Survey Continued

SECTION IV D. ROOF: OBSERVATIONS: OBSERVATIONS Found unsecure ladder leaning against exterior wall, south end of the building near exit door. Ladder provides access to the roof on the south side of the building. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #8

Security) Survey Continued SECTION IV D Roof - Continued RECOMMENDATIONS: Ladder provides access to the roof on the south side of the building. Minimum: Minimum Remove or secure ladder Maximum: Maximum Add lockable cage on full length of ladder. Business Crime Prevention (Commercial

Page #8 Security) Survey Continued SECTION IV E. FLOOR: OBSERVATION: Concrete foundation RECOMMENDATION: No issues noted Minimum: Minimum Maximum: . TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial

Page #8 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V (Interior Controls) Controls A.DOORS and LOCKS OBSERVATIONS: Door #1 Office Door, Single cylinder Deadbolt (installed backwards, i.e. locks people in) Hollow core wooden door. Door #2 Humidor Door, passage set, Wood and glass. Door #3 Humidor Door, passage set, Wood and glass. Bathroom Doors, privacy locks, wooden hollow doors. Interior Doors, passage sets, wooden hollow doors. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009)

Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey Continued Page #9 SECTION V A. (Interior Controls) Doors and Locks Contd: RECOMMENDATIONS: Minimum: Minimum Areas need to be locked off after hours to prohibit free movement after closing. Unless there is a compelling reason, the dead bolt should be reversed to lock persons out of the office Door #1. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009)

Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey Continued Page #9 SECTION V A. (Interior Controls) Doors and Locks Contd: RECOMMENDATIONS: Maximum: Maximum Classroom or office function locksets should be added to the Humidor doors, Doors 2&3, and the office Door #4 to provide compartmentalization. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009)

Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey Continued Page #9 SECTION IV B. Interior Walls: OBSERVATION: Interior walls are gypsum board and wood paneling over gypsum board. RECOMMENDATION: RECOMMENDATION None Minimum: Minimum

Maximum: Maximum Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #9 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V (Interior Controls) Controls C. Alarm System and CCTV: OBSERVATION: OBSERVATION ADT provides alarm monitoring services for the business. Currently there are four

(4) CCTV cameras that provide 270 degree coverage, recorded to a 500 GB DVR. Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey Continued Page #9 SECTION V C (Interior Controls) Alarm Systems and CCTV Contd RECOMMENDATION: Minimum: Minimum Update the alarm system with the vendor to include glass breakage detectors. In addition it is recommended that inexpensive pocket or necklace type duress (panic) alarms be

purchased and issued to employees. Change location of CCTV camera covering main customer access/egress door to right angle to reduce backlighting effects. Cash register camera angle should be lowered to allow it to pick up a persons full facial features. Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey Continued Page #9 SECTION V C (Interior Controls) Alarm Systems and CCTV RECOMMENDATIONS Contd Maximum: Add PIR alarms to the humidor, office and back hallway areas. Add glass break detectors to front customer areas (2 sensors).

CCTV cameras should be added to southwest corner of Humidor smokers room, one (1) to cover the rear employee and delivery access/egress door and two (2) cameras one on outside Northeast and one Northwest corner of building to cover customer (patron) parking areas; for additional security. Page #10 Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #10 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V (Interior Controls) Controls D. Safes: Safes

OBSERVATION: OBSERVATION Current safe is a standard money safe that meets UL specifications. This officer observed that the employees had to access the safe when they pulled excess cash from their registers or when they need change fund. In addition safe is on wheels. . Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #10 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V D (Interior Controls) Safes Contd: RECOMMENDATIONS:

Minimum: Minimum Addition of a small inexpensive non-moveable (fixed) drop safe that will allow employees to deposit excess cash in register (above$400) without having to open safe. Additionally there are some drop safes that will provide employees access to limited (predetermined) necessary change funds dispensed in plastic containers in the TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #10 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V D (Interior Controls) Safes Contd: RECOMMENDATIONS:

Minimum Continued: amount of $100 increments in denominations of ones, fives and tens. Maximum: Maximum Addition of a 350 Degree 2 Hour fire rated, 60 Minute TRTL rated drop safe. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #10 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V (Interior Controls) Controls

E. Key Control: Control OBSERVATION: OBSERVATION Keys are signed out to and held by employees and one friend of the owner. Employees are knowledgeable of their responsibility to maintain accountability for premise keys. Locks are changed after each employee termination. This business has an adequate written key control policy and procedure. Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #10 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V E (Interior Controls) Key Control

Contd: RECOMMENDATIONS: RECOMMENDATIONS Minimum: Minimum Continue key control accountability. Ensure all new employees read and comply with existing key control policy and procedures. Continue to change locks each time an employee is terminated. Maximum: Maximum None TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009)

Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #11 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V (Interior Controls) Controls F. Retail Security: Security OBSERVATION Interior Lighting: Lighting Minimally adequate. Due to the nature of the business, mood lighting is employed very low (limited) light used.

Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #11 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V F (Interior Controls) Retail Security Contd: RECOMMENDATIONS: Minimum: Keep cashier area well lit. This can be achieved by installing one fluorescent style type lamp directly over cash resister. . Maximum: Maximum Sacrifice mood lighting for more store illumination, risk reduction and enhanced security.

Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #11 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V F (Retail Security) Security Observations Checks and Credit Cards: Checks are only accepted from 6 well known repeat customers. Bad checks are released to San Marcos Police dept. for processing. Drivers licenses are checked on credit card purchases. Staffs have been through a DL ID training class to recognize fake identifications and drivers licenses. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial

Page #11 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V F (Interior Controls) Retail Security Contd: RECOMMENDATIONS: Minimum: Continue current policy of only cashing checks from well known repeat customers. Ensure any new employees receive training in recognizing fake drivers license and/or identification cards. Ensure employees verify all out-of-town credit cards with Credit Card Company, verify card is not been reported lost or stolen. Maximum: None TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009)

Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey Continued Page #11 SECTION V F (Retail Security) Observations Robbery Awareness: Cash; $350 is placed in the register at the start of each day. As excess cash is received, it is placed in a cigar box under the counter. There is no history of any attempted to perpetrated robberies at this business. Deposits are made by the owner, who transports funds in his pocket. There are no current contract security guards/officers on the premise.. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009)

Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #12 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V F (Retail Security) Security Observations Robbery Awareness - continued: San Marcos Police Department has an average response time of within 15 minutes before first officer arrives. Flat screen television is unsecured to the wall and provides a tempting target as it is not secured by any locking devices to the wall. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial

Page #12 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V F (Retail Security) Robbery Awareness Contd: RECOMMENDATIONS: Minimum: Secured flat screen television to walls with appropriate industry standard UL approved locking devices. Owner should continue to keep minimum cash available. Ensure cash registers are kept open, cash drawers emptied and visible at night prior to close and lock-up. Money should be transported to bank using two person rule and avoid use of marked bank issue money bags, to reduce risk of becoming targeted. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial

Page #12 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V F (Retail Security) Robbery Awareness Recommendations Contd: Minimum Continued: Further recommend a different route to and from bank when depositing and/or picking up monies. Recommend an annual employee training be scheduled to train all employees on actions to take during a robbery, designed to reduce risk and potential loss of life. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #12 Security) Survey Continued

SECTION V F (Retail Security) Robbery Awareness Recommendations Contd: Maximum: Purchase a cash drop and money dispensing safe that is also fire resistant that meets current security industry and UL specifications. Alternate floor safe (installed into concrete floor) should be considered if any sizeable amounts of money will ever be left on premise overnight. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #12 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V F (Retail Security) Observations

Shoplifting Awareness: There were five (5) documented instances of shoplifting within the past three years. All were released without notifying the police and without prosecution. Customers are allowed free access and use the restrooms, which has some limited/obstructed visibility. Visibility in the humidor and smokers area is an issue. Product Layout all products are visible with the exception of the humidor area. There is no one monitoring the existing CCTV cameras for potential shoplifters. Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #12 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V F (Retail Security) Security Shoplifting Contd:

RECOMMENDATIONS: Minimum: All shoplifters should be prosecuted to discourage and/or deal appropriately with repeat offenders. If people know they will not get away with committing a crime they become less like to commit a crime. In addition if people are stealing from you as a business owner they are stealing from your fellow business owners as well. A simple sign shoplifters will be prosecuted could reduce risk to your business. A business crime prevention sign may well serve the same purpose . TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial

Page #12 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V F (Retail Security) Shoplifting Awareness Recommendations Contd: Contd Maximum: Installation of additional security camera as specified in Security Alarms CCTV section of this report may help reduce risk. In addition see what service would cost to have someone monitor camera for you. They have the technology now where you can add software to your home computer or lap top that will allow you to monitor your business any time from a remote location. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009)

Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Security) Survey Continued Page #12 & 13 SECTION V F (Retail Security) Observations Internal Theft: Store Policy and Procedures: No problems noted. Employee Parking: Employees park in the lot in unassigned parking. No issues. Owner only hires a person he knows and/or who is personally recommended by one of his long-time friends. Owner and one employee closes and owner opens and provides cash when and as needed.

TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #13 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V F (Retail Security) Internal Theft Contd: RECOMMENDATIONS: RECOMMENDATIONS Minimum: Establish a simple background check system. Call any previous references. Maximum: Maximum Employ a company to process background checks on any potential new or existing employee. Reduce risk by removing

temptation (desire), opportunity and ability by enhancing existing security protocols. Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #13 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V F (Retail Security) Observations Delivery & Inventory Controls: Controls Vendor deliveries are always during normal business hours, through the front door and merchandise is received and inventoried by owner himself. Vendor deliveries are closely monitored and inventories checked against shipping manifest. Product orders and deliveries are controlled by point of sale

software and only one employee has access to this software . Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #13 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V F (Retail Security) Delivery & Inventory Controls Contd: RECOMMENDATIONS: Minimum: Unannounced product inventories can help in reducing inventory shrinkage. Maximum: Install CCTV camera in product storage room, reduce risk of

pilferage and/or shrinkage. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #13 Security) Survey Continued SECTION V F (Retail Security) Observations Technology: None other than stated in Delivery and Inventory section of this report. RECOMMENDATION: RECOMMENDATION None Minimum: Minimum Maximum: Maximum

TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #13 Security) Survey Continued SECTION VI V (Conclusion) Conclusion A. Overall Building Security: The environment of the business is a leisurely retail store. A careful balance needs to be struck between the security and Page #14 convenience needs. The alarm system, while minimally adequate, needs to be augmented to protect the facility. Money handling

procedures need to be tightened to prevent theft. Lighting needs to be augmented particularly in the parking lots. Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #14 Security) Survey Continued SECTION VI V (Conclusion) Conclusion B. Additional Observations and Recommendations (Specific items of interest or potential risk not covered in main body of this report): 1.Patio Furniture should be secured at night. 2.Picnic Tables should be bolted down.

3.Homeless hangout needs to be removed. 4.Homeless should be reported to Plano Police Department and Criminal Trespass issued. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #14 Security) Survey Continued SECTION VI V B (Conclusion) Conclusion Additional observations and recommendations (Specific items of interest or potential risk not covered in the main body of this report continued: 5.Alleys need to be cleared.

6.Alleys should be fenced and gated off to prevent future problems. 7.Lights need to be added at the alley. 8.Air Conditioner should be hardened off, either by fencing or an Air Conditioner cage. Business Crime Prevention (Commercial Page #14 Security) Survey Continued SECTION VI (Interior Controls) G. LIABILITY DISCLAIMER: DISCLAIMER The implementation of all or any portion of the recommendations in this Security Assessment of ___________________________ (name of the site as listed on the cover of the report) is NO guarantee or assurance

that crime will go down, nor will they make the property crime-proof. The recommendations should, however, reduce the probability of crime if the strategies and recommendations are properly applied and consistently maintained. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) YOUR QUESTIONS ANY QUESTIONS? TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) DEFINE & PROCESS 1. 2.

3. 4. Based on knowledge received from previous lessons concerning locks, doors, windows & glass, alarms, safes, security lighting and Business Crime Prevention (Robbery Awareness, Shoplifting, Internal Theft and Checks & Credit Cards) complete a Crime Prevention Business (Commercial Security) Survey Report during a practical exercise. Identify, explain and complete the Introduction section of the report Identify, explain and complete the External Environment section of the report Identify, explain and complete the Exterior Lighting and Natural Barriers section of the report.

TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) DEFINE & PROCESS 5. 6. 7. Identify, explain and complete section IV documenting observations and security recommendations for; door, locks, alarm sensors, windows, walls, roof and floor of a surveyed building and/or facility in the report. Identify, explain and complete section V documenting observations and security recommendations for interior

controls; door, locks, alarm system & CCTV, safes, interior walls, key control procedures, interior lighting, Checks and Credit Card procedures, Robbery Awareness, Shoplifting, Internal Theft and Delivery & Inventory procedures of a surveyed building and/or facility in the report. Identify, explain and complete section VI documenting any additional observations and security recommendations. TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) SOURCES Handbook of Loss Prevention and Loss Prevention by Fennelly (Third Edition). National Crime Prevention Council

Crime Prevention Sixth Edition by Steven P. Lab Community Policing a contemporary perspective by Robert Trojanowicz and Bonnie Bucqueroux TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) Contact Information INSTITUTE for CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES 350 N. Guadalupe, Suite 140, PMB 164 San Marcos, Texas 78666. 877-304-2727 www.cscs.txstate.edu

TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009) TAKE A 10-MINUTE BREAK You can take a 10-minure break or we can cover your CCTV Assignments and you will be done for the day your call. call Isnt DEMOCRACY GREAT! TCLEOSE Course #2101 Crime Prevention Part I Curriculum is the intellectual property of CSCS-ICJS (2009)

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