Security for community buildings: An introduction (101218)

This session helps you to understand and apply the principles of crime reduction and find out about the potential simple and effective solutions to secure your buildings now and for the future.

Course content

If you are responsible for a Village Hall or any community building this course is a must not miss opportunity.  This course enables participants to understand what they can do (and why) to make their premises and environments safer and more secure.

This session helps you to understand and apply the principles of crime reduction and find out about the potential simple and effective solutions to secure your buildings now and for the future.  This is an interactive course where people will be encouraged to apply the principles to their own locations and situations.

Questions you will be able to answer

  • What are the principals of crime reduction?
  • How can I assesses the security of my building/community assets?
  • How can I apply the crime reduction principals to my building/community assets?

Meet the trainer

My background is 36 years policing and security experience including training and development of security and crime prevention. I am a home office trained crime reduction advisor and a graduate in counter terrorism security management. My area of interest and passion is in providing education and information in an engaging way to empower people so that they understand what they can do (and why) to make their premises and environments safer and more secure.  Paul White

Bespoke course offer

This course can also be delivered exclusively for your organisation*. Prices from £350 plus any venue hire and travel costs. Please contact us for details training@communityactionsuffolk.org.uk

*Terms and conditions apply

10th December 2018 9:30 AM   through   12:30 PM
Brightspace
160 Hadleigh Road
Ipswich
IP20HH

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VCSE £ 35.00
Non VCSE £ 45.00

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