Webinar: Robbery Prevention & Response

on "August 11, 2020 10:29 am"

Every employee can play a role in prevention, and all should be well versed in the safest method of response.

072120 OnCourse HCUL logoRobbery Prevention & Response
Tuesday, August 25, 2020 • 8:30 am - 10:00 am HST

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How can we send the message to robbers that they should go elsewhere? Protecting our assets is critical, and our employees are our most valued asset. Although losses
due to fraud dwarf the amount lost to robberies each year, bank robberies pose a much greater risk to employees and members. In this session, find out what makes a
robber choose his target, and learn ways to safeguard you and your institution against these criminals. Every employee can play a role in prevention, and all should be well
versed in the safest method of response. Recent case studies and trends will also be examined to extract lessons learned.

Covered Topics:

  • Making your location more attractive to customers and less attractive to criminals
  • Physical security measures to reduce your risk
  • Safe opening procedures
  • Considerations at closing time
  • Examination of recent cases of robbery/kidnapping
  • Protecting you, your employees, and your family
  • Bank robbers: in their own words
  • Responding to different types of robberies
  • Latest robbery statistics
  • The high cost of complacency
  • Morning glory robberies
  • Proven methods of prevention
  • Are you putting yourself at risk?
  • Habits that endanger

Who Should Attend?

Any branch personnel who could be involved in a robbery will benefit from this program.

About The Presenter

Carol Dodgen is the owner of Dodgen Security Consulting, LLC. Since 1998, her company has been providing services for financial institutions, government entities,
and businesses to include training, ATM lighting inspections, and vulnerability assessments. Before forming her company, Carol served as the security training officer for Compass Bank. She earned her Master's Degree in Criminal Justice and spent several years as an adjunct criminal justice instructor with Jacksonville State
University.