Table of Contents
The Five Steps
* Step One - Your Model Facility
* Step Two - Gap Analysis
* Step Three - Gap Closure
* Step Four - Strategic Plan
* Step Five - Implementation
Total Handbook Pages (234 pages)
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Airports & Ports
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Sports & Entertainment Venues
Football, Basketball & Baseball Stadiums
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Banks, Stock Exchange
Drug Research & Manufacturing
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Building Design & Architecture
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The Integrated Physical Security Handbook is a manual for commercial and government building and facility security managers who are responsible for developing their security plans based on estimated risks and threats -- natural or terrorist. This book was produced under the leadership of the Homeland Defense Journal and written by a team of nationally recognized A&E and security experts. This site offers a subscription to the handbook, quarterly updates and on-line library. The cost for subscription ranges from $99 to $149 per year
The Integrated Physical Security Handbook is the essential handbook for facility security managers and all managers and supervisors tasked with the security and safety of the buildings in which they operate and the people with whom they work. It sets out how to manage change and how to conduct crucial threat and risk assessments, the basis for all integrated physical security planning.
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An open letter from John A. Gordon, General, U.S. Air Force (Retired)…
Achieving the Goals
“Today’s terrorists can strike at any place and time and with a wide variety of weapons.
Our critical infrastructures -- ports, power stations and water treatment plants, for example -- are obvious targets, but so are millions of other buildings nationwide where tens of millions of Americans work every day.
There are also countless security threats that we face, both natural and man-made – from hurricanes, floods and earthquakes to theft, workplace violence and serious crime - that need to be addressed.
Vulnerable facilities can include local, state and federal government buildings and private offices, as well as schools, hospitals, places of worship, restaurants, malls, theaters and sports arenas – literally anyplace where Americans gather.
One of the best tools we have to protect these vulnerable facilities is integrated physical security planning. Here is a straightforward and very “do-able” way to address the security threats and the vulnerabilities at the individual facility level by the individuals who know the facilities best, the facility managers.
The challenge is enormous but steadily we will prevail. The more facilities and buildings that implement effective integrated physical security systems, the safer we all become. It is how we can all help build a better and stronger America – one facility at a time.”
John A. Gordon, General
U.S. Air Force (Retired)
Formerly Homeland Security Advisor to the President