This five day BTEC Level 5 accredited course provides an in-depth study of the theories of criminal motivation and behaviour, and the strategies that can be employed to reduce crime in commercial organisations, especially those strategies which can be practically implemented by the careful design of security measures.
This course covers the theory of criminal motivation and the main principles of crime causation through to creating effective physical security and identifying procedural approaches to crime prevention. The course takes the form of lectures, workshops, discussions and exercises, during which delegates, syndicated into groups, will have the opportunity to solve typical security problems.
- Theories of Criminal Motivation
- Adversary Path Analysis
- An Introduction to Risk Analysis through Research
- Crime Prevention Theory and Practice
- Creating Effective Physical Security
- Economic Crime and Crime Prevention
- Procedural Approaches to Crime Prevention
- Ethics and Integrity
- Background Screening
- Whistle blowing
- Suspect Surveillance and Crime
- Prevention Design Project
Who will benefit
The course will be of immediate benefit to business security specialists to provide them with the knowledge and confidence necessary to manage a successful business crime prevention operation.