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Executive Officer Kidnap Policy

Question: 
We have had examiners question different banks in our holding company as to whether we have an executive officer kidnap policy. We don't and I have not been able to find any guidance or sample policies. Can you direct me to resources to assist?
Answer: 

Check this: Kidnap/Extortion Package Two manuals: Kidnapping and Extortion Security - 103 pages and Personal and Family Security - 54 pages. The Kidnapping and Extortion Security is a manual for security officers that provides procedural guidelines and forms for developing a written kidnapping and extortion security program including procedures for assessing the risk in a kidnap/hostage situation, handling kidnap/extortion telephone threats, preparing and delivering a ransom payment and improving residential security. The corresponding Personal and Family Security handbook is a guide for branch managers, officers, directors and non-security personnel and includes no-cost and low-cost security considerations and graphic illustrations for family security and home protection and procedures to help family members recognize kidnap/extortion set-ups. Also, check this. Lastly, check this: Kidnapping, Extortion and Bomb Threat Policies.

Answer by Hussam Al-Abed and Dana Turner, BOL Gurus.

First published on BankersOnline.com 8/13/07

First published on 08/13/2007

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