Undercover Surveillance in Security Policy Enforcement: Monitoring Officers and Employees
Recording of a 100-minute webinar with Q&A
Conducted on Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Often, it's to corporate security's advantage to send an undercover operative or use a hidden camera to investigate whether officers are following policy or employees are stealing from the company.
Those anonymous agents can be in-house security investigators, unknown security staff borrowed from another company, or representatives of a "mystery shopper" firm.
Used well, such tactics help security leaders verify the extent of a suspected problem and end it without tipping off the perpetrator. Used poorly, they can infringe on privacy rights, provide security with faulty intelligence or waste your valuable time and budget.
Listen as our expert panel of corporate security leaders and consultants tells you how to nip stealing, policy violations or other problems in the bud with undercover surveillance tactics.
The panel will tell you how to create an effective surveillance plan that covers elements including:
- Hidden cameras: why they're almost always successful, as long as they're used legally.
- Undercover investigations: verifying whether employees are stealing from your company or whether you have an accounting problem.
- "Mystery shopper" services: picking one that's qualified and making sure you don't pay for information you already know.
- Unrecognized faces: you have access to more people than you realize who can monitor what's happening without giving a tip-off.
Security CPE Credits
This seminar may be eligible for Security CPE credits for ASIS recertification for the CPP, PSP or PCI credentials. Attendees can receive a Certificate of Completion by completing and returning the Official Record of Attendance form.
Security CPE Credits
This teleconference may be eligible for Security CPE credits for ASIS recertification for the CPP, PSP or PCI credentials.
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National WWII Museum
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Arthur Cooper, CPP
This teleconference offered several very good ideas.
Michael J. Stephenson
Security Advisory Board
VP of Corporate Security
DJ Boss & Associates
Director of Loss Prevention Services
Aurora Health Care
Alan Greggo, CPP, CFE
VP of Loss Prevention, Facilities and Real Estate
Associate Director of Police Administrative Services
University of Texas at Houston
Senior Vice President & Director of Physical Security
Wells Fargo & Co.
Chief Security Officer
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