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©	Margolis	Healy	
Building and Assessing
Your Physical Security
Program
National Center for Campus Public Safety
September...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Introductions
Daniel R. Pascale, CPP
Managing Director
Margolis Healy and Associates
dpascale@margolishe...
©	Margolis	Healy	
What is a Physical Security Program?
•  Define your physical security program?
- “We have 200 cameras”
-...
©	Margolis	Healy	
What is a Physical Security Program?
4
Physical	
Security	
Program	
Security	
Cameras	
Access	
Control	
...
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Understand Your Campus
5
•  Paint the Picture
- Type of Campus (Urban, Rural, Suburban, etc.)
- Daytime/...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Challenges (Vision Killers)
•  Culture
-  Resistance to Change (This is how we’ve always done it)
•  Bud...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Getting Started
“Begin with the end in Mind” – Stephen Covey
- What is the goal of your physical securit...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Conduct An Assessment
Conducting a Campus-Wide Assessment
- Determine if this will be done internally or...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Outside In/Inside Out
9
•  Security (Protection) In Depth
- Campus/Grounds Boundaries
- Parking Areas
- ...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Understanding Your Facilities
Earlier I mentioned understanding your
campus & this extends to your build...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Quick Quiz
•  Given this information, are you effectively
addressing the following to reach your
goals?
...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Understanding Your Facilities
•  Access Control/Visitor Management
- How are we controlling access?
§  M...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Understanding Your Facilities
•  Security Systems & Technology
•  Cameras
•  Electronic Access
•  Alarms...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Understanding Your Facilities
•  High Risk Areas (Special Considerations)
- Science/Chemistry Labs
- Cas...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Policies & Standards
Do you have the right policies and standards in
place to guide your program?
- Faci...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Management
Who is managing your physical security program?
•  Physical security programs are typically m...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Sustainability
•  How will you pay tomorrow for what you
have today?
- State of the industry
- Equipment...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Putting it all Together
•  Define what your physical security program is?
•  Understand your campus/inst...
©	Margolis	Healy	
Putting it all Together
19
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Stay Connected With Us
@margolishealy!
www.facebook.com/margolishealy!
www.linkedin.com/company/margolis...
www.margolishealy.com
www.nccpsafety.org
info@nccpsafety.org
1.866.817.5817
www.bja.gov
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This presentation is part of the National Center for Campus Public Safety’s free webinar series, Campus Public Safety Online. This webinar is presented by Margolis Healy Managing Director Dan Pascale, a Certified Protection Professional, and is intended to assist colleges and universities in building a comprehensive physical security program and in assessing current capabilities beyond the use of cameras and electronic access control systems. Physical security programs should highlight the interrelationships between many elements, including people, policies, standards, equipment, response, and education. Dan discusses the value and methodology for conducting self-assessments, who should participate in the assessments, and what to do with the information collected. He also explores the interrelationships amongst people, policy, and technology, and how each of these plays an equally important role in creating safer campuses. The totality of this information is used to compare your current state of security against best and promising practices, and to identify gaps and opportunities to make reasonable enhancements.

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Building and Assessing Your Physical Security Program

  1. 1. © Margolis Healy Building and Assessing Your Physical Security Program National Center for Campus Public Safety September 19, 2017
  2. 2. © Margolis Healy Introductions Daniel R. Pascale, CPP Managing Director Margolis Healy and Associates dpascale@margolishealy.com 262-527-1332 direct 2
  3. 3. © Margolis Healy What is a Physical Security Program? •  Define your physical security program? - “We have 200 cameras” - “We have card swipes” - “We have blue light phones” While each of these are relevant to physical security, they are only parts to a more comprehensive program. •  Your physical security program should highlight the interrelationships between many elements including: People, Policies, Standards, Equipment, Response, Education, etc. 3
  4. 4. © Margolis Healy What is a Physical Security Program? 4 Physical Security Program Security Cameras Access Control Alarm Monitoring CPTED Ligh<ng Way-Finding Policy & Standards Emergency Communica<on Safety Walks Surveys Con<nuous Improvement Force Mul<plica<on Crime Preven<on Programs Systems Automa<on Post Incident Inves<ga<on Sustainability Program Management
  5. 5. © Margolis Healy Understand Your Campus 5 •  Paint the Picture - Type of Campus (Urban, Rural, Suburban, etc.) - Daytime/Evening Population (Time of Year) - Unique Infrastructure - Reasonable Risks - High Risk Areas and Behaviors - Primary Areas of Study - Climate - Environmental Factors - Campus History
  6. 6. © Margolis Healy Challenges (Vision Killers) •  Culture -  Resistance to Change (This is how we’ve always done it) •  Budget -  “Who’s going to pay for all this”? •  Disparate/Legacy Systems -  Multiple Systems, Integration, “Outdated Technology” •  Technical Knowledge/Resources -  Reliance on Others •  Vendor Management -  Developing RFP’s, Contracts, Project Management 6
  7. 7. © Margolis Healy Getting Started “Begin with the end in Mind” – Stephen Covey - What is the goal of your physical security program? What problem are you trying to solve? § Crime Prevention § Force Multiplication/Reduction § Process Automation § Record Keeping - When you know your goals, you can begin to assess the programs effectiveness and identify gaps. - There is no one size fits all solution. - Because a peer institution has 1,000 cameras doesn’t mean your institution should. 7
  8. 8. © Margolis Healy Conduct An Assessment Conducting a Campus-Wide Assessment - Determine if this will be done internally or external - Think globally and develop a committee w/partners §  Facilities/Physical Plant §  Information Technology §  Student/Residence Life/Housing §  Athletics §  Faculty/Staff Representation §  Student Groups 8
  9. 9. © Margolis Healy Outside In/Inside Out 9 •  Security (Protection) In Depth - Campus/Grounds Boundaries - Parking Areas - Campus Connections - Individual Facilities - High Risk Areas
  10. 10. © Margolis Healy Understanding Your Facilities Earlier I mentioned understanding your campus & this extends to your buildings; - How are facilities used? - By whom? - During what hours? - What high risk areas exist and what special countermeasures are reasonable? 10
  11. 11. © Margolis Healy Quick Quiz •  Given this information, are you effectively addressing the following to reach your goals? - Perimeter Security §  Way-Finding Signage §  Clear lines of sight? §  Windows (accessibility, type) 11
  12. 12. © Margolis Healy Understanding Your Facilities •  Access Control/Visitor Management - How are we controlling access? §  Mechanical §  Electric §  Policies (Key Control, Host Meets Guest, Visual ID) - Number of Ingress Points? - Controlled or Secured Access - Office/Classroom Locks 12
  13. 13. © Margolis Healy Understanding Your Facilities •  Security Systems & Technology •  Cameras •  Electronic Access •  Alarms •  Emergency Communication Systems - Emergency Phones - Public Address - Fire Systems 13
  14. 14. © Margolis Healy Understanding Your Facilities •  High Risk Areas (Special Considerations) - Science/Chemistry Labs - Cash Handling Areas - Residential Facilities - Libraries - Museums/Special Collections - Athletic Facilities and Other Mass Gathering Areas 14
  15. 15. © Margolis Healy Policies & Standards Do you have the right policies and standards in place to guide your program? - Facility Design Standards - Equipment Standards - Records Retention - Quality Assurance - Supporting Policy §  Acceptable Use §  Roles & Responsibilities §  Purpose 15
  16. 16. © Margolis Healy Management Who is managing your physical security program? •  Physical security programs are typically managed by a single “business owner” or champion - Developing and maintaining a program is a collaborative effort across department lines - Can live in many different functional areas - Requires subject matter expertise - Collaboration - Vendor management - Project management 16
  17. 17. © Margolis Healy Sustainability •  How will you pay tomorrow for what you have today? - State of the industry - Equipment failure - Emerging threats •  Options •  Capital funding (operational increases) •  Department direct funding •  Chargebacks (pass through) •  Chargebacks with fees* 17
  18. 18. © Margolis Healy Putting it all Together •  Define what your physical security program is? •  Understand your campus/institution and its uniqueness, reasonable threats, and resources •  Determine your program goals •  Understand and prepare for challenges •  Conduct a campus-wide assessment •  Establish/maintain policies & standards •  Be collaborative in managing program •  Consider program sustainability as threats and technology change & equipment begins to fail 18
  19. 19. © Margolis Healy Putting it all Together 19
  20. 20. © Margolis Healy Stay Connected With Us @margolishealy! www.facebook.com/margolishealy! www.linkedin.com/company/margolis-healy-&-associates! www.slideshare.net/margolishealy! www.nccpsafety.org 20
  21. 21. www.margolishealy.com www.nccpsafety.org info@nccpsafety.org 1.866.817.5817 www.bja.gov

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