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Paul Drury
I blog about protective security because I love what I do.
I blog about protective security because I love what I do.
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You are all aware of the incident that has taken place in Washington. An ex Navy reservist has killed 12 people and wounded numerous others. Somewhere a security lapse has taken place. The authorities are investigating the cause of the incident and how it could have been avoided.
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So how many times have we heard these immortal words…..’we have no budget’. For most security managers we hear this fairly often and its just a way of business, and no matter how frustrating its just a fact of life. However in the majority of cases it wouldn’t result in the loss of life, but the recent shootings in the Washington D.C Navy Yards did……12 people dead and 8 more injured.
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CPNI for the past three years has been developing extensive and validated guidance on how to improve security officer motivation across the UK’s critical national infrastructure. This guidance document, developed in collaboration with Leigh Fisher, is based on close involvement with industry and leading research on motivation. It provides all the necessary tools to help security managers assess motivation levels, analyse their data and then act on the findings to implement interventions that have the potential to make a difference at individual, managerial and organisational level. This video was produced to give a simple understanding of the process and allows those organisations interested in looking at motivation to understand the steps involved as well as the benefits that can be achieved through focusing on the motivation of their security officers.
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SCE Week is the global meeting place for security leaders active in the world’s most complex operating environments.

Over four days in October, three separate forums will bring a wealth of experience and expertise in one place to demonstrate what success looks like in today’s security industry.
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With module 4 now submitted (2 days prior to the deadline) I am now onto the final module, so that’s only 2 more assignments and then done!
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This is an interesting infographic. The most important detail that the burglar needs is your address don’t post it online…..anywhere!
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CPNI for the past three years has been developing extensive and validated guidance on how to improve security officer motivation across the UK’s critical national infrastructure. This guidance document, developed in collaboration with Leigh Fisher, is based on close involvement with industry and leading research on motivation. It provides all the necessary tools to help security managers assess motivation levels, analyse their data and then act on the findings to implement interventions that have the potential to make a difference at individual, managerial and organisational level. This video was produced to give a simple understanding of the process and allows those organisations interested in looking at motivation to understand the steps involved as well as the benefits that can be achieved through focusing on the motivation of their security officers.
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