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I want to add something to my annual security training directed to management and the board. Do you have any suggestions?
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They need only a review of your security measures directed towards tellers, i.e., bait money, dye packs, etc. For executives, I think of hostage situations. A review of alarm systems meant to protect them, that they should be aware of their surroundings and those of their family members, duress codes, driving different routes to and from common destinations, etc. These are often issues they need to hear about. It may also be a good time to get them on board (no pun intended) with opening and closing procedures. Internal officers are often the ones who feel they are above these rules. This may be a good reminder. Your local police or perhaps FBI office could assist in your training to add that third party authority.

First published on BankersOnline.com 9/20/10

First published on 09/20/2010

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