07Jul 2020

In the United States, we often base criminal justice policy on ideology, rather than research.  This sometimes results in time, effort, and money spent on crime prevention measures that are ineffective, or at best, untested.  Groups within the public sector, private sector, and academia are changing this by implementing evidence-based practices.  For example, in the […]

13May 2020

Crime analysis is a set of evidence-based analytical techniques and processes used to quantitatively analyze crime and security data to support the planning and deployment of security and other resources to reduce and/or mitigate future crimes and security breaches at specific places. This definition was developed for private sector crime analysts and will be published […]

13May 2020

Available now: Strategic Security Management: A Risk Assessment Guide for Decision Makers, Second Edition Strategic Security Management (2nd Edition) Strategic Security Management, Second Edition provides security leadership and decision-makers with a fresh perspective on threat, vulnerability, and risk assessment. The book offers a framework to look at applying security analysis and theory into practice for […]

03Dec 2018

November 16, 2018 WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Joe Courtney, (CT-02), a senior member of the House Education and Workforce Committee, introduced legislation aimed at curtailing rising rates of on the job violence facing health care and social service employees such as nurses, physicians, emergency responders, medical assistants, and social service workers. The Workplace Violence […]

26Sep 2017

This unique and timely study, commissioned by the RILA Asset Protection Leaders Council, is the latest in a series of strategic research projects designed to bring new insights, tools, and techniques to help the industry better understand and tackle the problem of retail loss.   RILA Shrink Report