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Workplace Violence

What is Workplace Violence? Workplace violence is any physical assault or act of aggressive behaviour occurring where a public employee performs any work-related duty in the course of his or her employment, including, but not limited to: An attempt or threat, whether verbal or physical, to inflict physical injury upon an employee. Any intentional display of force […]

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First Aid Knowledge

When an emergency occurs, whether it is a cardiac arrest, a fall, a natural disaster or a violent incident in the workplace or in the public, providing immediate and effective first aid to those who have been injured may reduce the severity of the injury or illness and promote recovery. In some instances, this could […]

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Ten Principles of Opportunity and Crime

Rutger’s School of Criminal Justice professors Marcus Felson and Ronald V. Clarke developed Ten Principles of Opportunity and Crime which describes how opportunities, or vulnerabilities, are the root cause of crime. Opportunities play a role in causing all crime. – Not just common property crime. For example, studies of bars and pubs show how their […]

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Avoid theft from vehicles this Christmas Session

It’s that busy time of year when people make one last dash to the shopping centre to make sure they have got everything crossed off their Christmas list! Unfortunately, with that comes opportunistic thieves who are only too happy to make off with any gifts stashed in your vehicle. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/avoid-theft-from-vehicles-christmas-session-pascal-engler?trk=prof-post

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Community Safety

Everybody wants to live in a place where they feel safe, though crime and the fear of crime are still significant concerns for many people. Fear of crime has become a major issue of public interest, the problem detracts people from the quality of life, and can adversely affect social and economic well-being. The fear […]

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Creatures of habit

Are you a creature of habit? Do you have regular, set routines that you do not deviate from? Do you take the train to work, sit in the same carriage, stop at the same coffee shop to collect your morning coffee? Maybe you walk with your headphones in, occupied looking at your mobile phone or […]

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Railway Station Security

Public transportation plays a significant role in the lives of people everywhere. However, in recent years, the transportation industry has become increasingly vulnerable to security risks. Public transport is an attractive target as it is open and easily accessible by design. Unfortunately, such accessibility also creates security vulnerabilities. One of the greatest challenges is to […]

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Security Personnel’s Role in Terrorism Prevention

There is a continuing threat of terrorist attacks across the world, with significant increase in terrorist plots against the West, including Australia. Managing risks associated with terrorism can be daunting for some companies, and others saying it won’t happen in their workplace. We must understand the changing world that we currently live in and terrorism […]

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