Can you reduce your chances of having a robbery by conducting a physical risk assessment?
Why would my customer be making repeated purchases of Bitcoin?
Should bait money be changed on a regular schedule or is it good practice to keep the same bills as long as the cash drawer is in use?
I was asked two questions regarding security at the drive-thru window and would like your input. 1) If a robber sends a note and/or shows a weapon at the drive-through window, does the teller follow the robbery protocol as a lobby robbery? (I said yes - just want to verify). 2) If a bomb is placed in the drive-through tube/drawer, do they send it back? What do they do? (I say don't move bomb; lock down the facility and evacuate. Call police. I don't know that there's any safe way to alert others in the drive-through.)
If a financial institution discovers a crime or fraud and wants to notify law enforcement, what if anything is needed before records/documents are turned over to help with the investigation?