Armed Robbery
happens in New Zealand
PISTOL USED ARMED ROBBERY
THURSDAY 14TH JUNE 2013
Police are
hunting a man
in Christchurch
this morning
after an
attempted...
POLICE HUNT ARMED DUO IN HAMILTON
SATURDAY 17 AUG 2013
• An armed duo are being hunted
by police in Hamilton, after a
spat...
CHRISTCHURCH BAR ROBBED BY MEN ARMED
WITH TOMAHAWK – 2ND SEPTEMBER 2013
Two masked men smashed into a Christchurch bar wit...
ANNUAL NZ CRIME STATISTICS
2011 VIOLENT CRIMES
1. Acts intended to cause injury 42,278
2. Sexual assault 3,466
3. Dangerou...
U.S. - ROBBERS SURVEY
ATHENA RESEARCH CORPORATION
1. Alarms & Cameras not feared
2. Cash & Escape routes main priorities
3...
WHY PEOPLE GET HURT
80% of victims injured during a
confrontation are injured
because……
They Do Not Remain Calm
Or
They Do...
3 KEYS TO THE BEST ARMED
ROBBERY EXPERIENCE & RECOVERY
1. Processes and Policies
2. Rehearsal & Training
3. Understand the...
PROCESSES & POLICIES
Cash and float Safe
Banking polices Securing premises
Observation Preserve evidence
Media Manage witn...
REHEARSAL & TRAINING
HOW THE BRAIN WORKS
Conscious
1. Fact
2. Logic
3. Common sense
4. Ability to make
decisions based
on ...
LIVE ROBBERY - PERTH
THE EFFECTS OF VIOLENT CRIME
PHYSICAL
 Fatigue
 Nightmares
 Hyperactivity
 Health Problems
 Under-activity
 Insomnia...
THE EFFECTS OF VIOLENT CRIME
EMOTIONAL
 Fear / Anxiety
 Panic
 Guilt
 Emotional numbing
 Over-sensitivity
 Depressio...
THE EFFECTS OF VIOLENT CRIME
COGNITIVE
 Difficulty in concentrating
 Difficulty in solving
problems
 Flashbacks
 Memor...
THE EFFECTS OF VIOLENT CRIME
LIVE ROBBERY: BANK MANAGER
GET PREPARED
Statistics of Armed Robbery victims show that the Number 1 factor in…..
A. A business getting back up and run...
GET PREPARED TODAY
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  • IntroductionWhat is Armed RobberyWhy is it relavent, when does it happenWhat can be done to prevent itHow to cope during a robberyThe aftermath
  • Armed Robbery - Prevention & Recovery

    1. 1. Armed Robbery happens in New Zealand
    2. 2. PISTOL USED ARMED ROBBERY THURSDAY 14TH JUNE 2013 Police are hunting a man in Christchurch this morning after an attempted armed robbery at a service station last night. 3News.
    3. 3. POLICE HUNT ARMED DUO IN HAMILTON SATURDAY 17 AUG 2013 • An armed duo are being hunted by police in Hamilton, after a spate of aggravated robberies over a 24-hour period. • The pair made no attempt to disguise themselves, are wanted for three separate robberies. • In the most recent incident, the two men forced their way into the TAB. • They threatened a staff member with a pistol, demanding access to the safe, and fled with cash. 3 News.
    4. 4. CHRISTCHURCH BAR ROBBED BY MEN ARMED WITH TOMAHAWK – 2ND SEPTEMBER 2013 Two masked men smashed into a Christchurch bar with a tomahawk and forced a woman into a chiller before making off with a sum of cash.
    5. 5. ANNUAL NZ CRIME STATISTICS 2011 VIOLENT CRIMES 1. Acts intended to cause injury 42,278 2. Sexual assault 3,466 3. Dangerous acts to cause harm to persons 979 4. Harassment and threatening behaviour 12,947 5. Robbery 2,447 6. Drug offences 20,739 7. Property damage 51,811 8. Disorderly and offensive behaviour 30,923  Per Year 165,590  Per Week 3184  Per Day 455  Per Hour 19
    6. 6. U.S. - ROBBERS SURVEY ATHENA RESEARCH CORPORATION 1. Alarms & Cameras not feared 2. Cash & Escape routes main priorities 3. People Get Hurt because “they resist” “try to be a hero” or “make sudden movements” 4. Robber said that people should…….. give up the money, not talk or stare, and keep their hands in sight 5. They believed that with a gun they could control up to 11 people.
    7. 7. WHY PEOPLE GET HURT 80% of victims injured during a confrontation are injured because…… They Do Not Remain Calm Or They Do Not Obey Instructions
    8. 8. 3 KEYS TO THE BEST ARMED ROBBERY EXPERIENCE & RECOVERY 1. Processes and Policies 2. Rehearsal & Training 3. Understand the Effects of Violent Crimes
    9. 9. PROCESSES & POLICIES Cash and float Safe Banking polices Securing premises Observation Preserve evidence Media Manage witnesses & each other
    10. 10. REHEARSAL & TRAINING HOW THE BRAIN WORKS Conscious 1. Fact 2. Logic 3. Common sense 4. Ability to make decisions based on education. Sub- Conscious 1. Instinct 2. Feelings/emotions 3. Doesn’t know the difference between fact & fiction
    11. 11. LIVE ROBBERY - PERTH
    12. 12. THE EFFECTS OF VIOLENT CRIME PHYSICAL  Fatigue  Nightmares  Hyperactivity  Health Problems  Under-activity  Insomnia  Exhaustion  Startle responses
    13. 13. THE EFFECTS OF VIOLENT CRIME EMOTIONAL  Fear / Anxiety  Panic  Guilt  Emotional numbing  Over-sensitivity  Depression  Feelings of helplessness / Tearful  Avoiding certain places / Things  Anger / Scapegoating  Irritability  Frustration
    14. 14. THE EFFECTS OF VIOLENT CRIME COGNITIVE  Difficulty in concentrating  Difficulty in solving problems  Flashbacks  Memory disturbance  Isolation  Inability to attach importance to another incident
    15. 15. THE EFFECTS OF VIOLENT CRIME
    16. 16. LIVE ROBBERY: BANK MANAGER
    17. 17. GET PREPARED Statistics of Armed Robbery victims show that the Number 1 factor in….. A. A business getting back up and running, and B. Employees coming back to work is Training At Omega we can help with…. - Policies - Processes - Security review and preparation - Rehearsal and Training
    18. 18. GET PREPARED TODAY
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