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SUNSTATES SECURITY EMBRACES DHS “IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING”

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The primary responsibility of a Security Officer is the protection of people and property. Patrol is a vital part of this responsibility, and it’s important for every Security Officer to master patrol skills. 

The use of patrols as a security measure can be traced all the way back to ancient times, and there’s a good reason for that. We call it the “Theory of Patrol”.  The Theory of Patrol is based on the hope that individuals contemplating a crime may not go through with it, knowing someone with authority to legally stop them is nearby.

We can never entirely stop improper behavior; there will always be some people looking for ways around the law. However, when faced with the risk of getting caught, many would-be criminals may choose not to follow through with their plans. A regular and highly visible, but unpredictable, patrol by a Security Officer serves to let people know that the property and the people on it are being looked after, and that attempts to commit a crime on the property are more likely to be discovered. 

To support the nationwide launch of the “If You See Something, Say Something™” Department of Homeland Security campaign, Sunstates Security is releasing The Principles of Patrol, the first in our new series of courses designed to promote awareness.

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May 24th, 2012 at 6:48 pm

SUNSTATES SECURITY UNVEILS NEW E-LEARNING PROGRAM

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Sunstates Learning Management System (LMS) E-Learning PortalFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PR Log (Press Release) January 11, 2012, RALEIGH, NC-Sunstates Security unveils E-Learning allowing any Sunstates employee with a live internet connection can login to his or her own personal E-learning portal, anytime, anywhere, and access an entire library of courses designed specifically for security professionals.

Course topics range from basic security officer training, to Department of Homeland Security certificate programs, to leadership & development courses for supervisors and managers. And because the Sunstates Learning Management System (LMS) is secure and customizable, clients can enjoy the peace of mind of knowing that training designed specifically for their facility is assigned only to Sunstates employees who have a need to learn that material.

At Sunstates Security, the E-Learning experience is core to our belief that a continuous and ongoing education program will result in a highly skilled, customer oriented, exceptionally prepared security team. For a video tour of the Sunstates E-Learning program within our customized LMS please visit: https://www.sunstatessecurity.com/service-first/training-safety/.

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January 11th, 2012 at 8:12 pm