Florida Department of Education Curriculum Framework



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Revised: 9/24/2013


2014 – 2015

Florida Department of Education

Curriculum Framework




Program Title: Security Management and Administration

Career Cluster: Law, Public Safety & Security





AS

CIP Number

1743011201

Program Type

College Credit

Standard Length

64 credit hours

CTSO

N/A

SOC Codes (all applicable)

33-9031 Gaming Surveillance Officers and Gaming Investigators

33-9032 Security Guards



Targeted Occupation List

http://www.labormarketinfo.com/wec/TargetOccupationList.htm

Perkins Technical Skill Attainment Inventory

http://www.fldoe.org/workforce/perkins/perkins_resources.asp

Statewide Articulation

http://www.fldoe.org/workforce/dwdframe/artic_frame.asp



Purpose

This program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in the Law, Public Safety and Security career cluster; provides technical skill proficiency, and includes competency-based applied learning that contributes to the academic knowledge, higher-order reasoning and problem-solving skills, work attitudes, general employability skills, technical skills, and occupation-specific skills, and knowledge of all aspects of the Law, Public Safety and Security career cluster.


The purpose of this program is to prepare students for careers for a variety of positions in the security field including Security Investigator, Security Consultant, Security Auditor, Security Supervisor, Security Administrator and Security Director.
Students will development an understanding of the security role in society through the identification of prevention-oriented goals as set forth by the basic role which security has within society. A student must successfully demonstrate ability in carrying out security functions, responsibilities and duties.

Program Structure

This program is a planned sequence of instruction consisting of 64 credit hours.


This program is a planned sequence of instruction consisting of nine modules are included as part of this program to allow for multiple-entry points based on prior training of new students. Students with no prior training must complete all nine modules. The nine modules are:


  • Introduction to Security and Loss Prevention

  • Commercial Security

  • Criminal Law and Legal Concepts for Security

  • Interview and Interrogation

  • Constitutional and Security Law

  • Introduction to Private Investigations

  • Crime Prevention and Analysis

  • Problem Solving in Security

  • Principals of Loss Prevention


Standards

After successfully completing this program, the student will be able to perform the following:




  1. Understand the purpose of crime prevention and analysis.

  2. Comprehend the methods and data sources for crime analysis.

  3. Acquire knowledge of place-specific crime theories.

  4. Understand and address rational choice and opportunity theories of crime.

  5. Understand the routine activities of environmental criminology.

  6. Comprehend the outcomes of crime prevention including displacement and diffusion of benefits.

  7. Understand the importance of developing, implementing, and evaluating crime prevention programs.

  8. Demonstrate an understanding of the major historical events and the evolution of private security and loss prevention.

  9. Demonstrate an understanding of the issues involved in private security and loss prevention.

  10. Demonstrate an understanding of the career fields of specialized security and loss prevention.

  11. Demonstrate an understanding of the legal aspects of both security and loss prevention.

  12. Demonstrate an understanding of the main functions of security and loss prevention.

  13. Demonstrate an understanding of the challenges and societal factors governing the field of security and loss prevention.

  14. Demonstrate an understanding of the history and development of commercial security.

  15. Demonstrate an understanding of the management of security operations.

  16. Demonstrate an understanding of how to develop, implement and evaluate an effective shoplifting and theft prevention program.

  17. Understand and recognize types of internal crimes.

  18. Demonstrate an understanding of the nature and control of vendor and cargo theft.

  19. Understand and recognize types of retail crime.

  20. Demonstrate an understanding of how to design risk management programs in commercial settings.

  21. Demonstrate an understanding of the definition of criminal and civil law.

  22. Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of criminal law.

  23. Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of search and seizure.

  24. Demonstrate an understanding of the issues involved in private security detention and interrogation.

  25. Demonstrate an understanding of the legal issues associated with drug testing and polygraph testing.

  26. Demonstrate an understanding of the legal issues involved in surveillance.

  27. Demonstrate an understanding of the legal and ethical issues of security.

  28. Demonstrate an understanding of the history of the Constitution.

  29. Demonstrate an understanding of criminal law and procedures in relation to private security.

  30. Demonstrate an understanding of the legal concept of public and private arrest procedures.

  31. Demonstrate an understanding of the laws of search and seizure within security work.

  32. Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of private investigations, the legal limitations, and the levels of authority.

  33. Demonstrate an understanding of constitutional issues concerning interview, investigation, background checks, and surveillance.

  34. Demonstrate an understanding of pertinent criminal and civil private security case studies and understand the preparation of court cases for effective testimony.

  35. Demonstrate an understanding of the philosophy, purpose, definitions, and commonly used terms in the interview and interrogation process.

  36. Demonstrate an understanding of the written techniques and processing of complaints, complainants, witnesses, and related information.

  37. Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of the legal aspects of interview and interrogation.

  38. Demonstrate an understanding of how to prepare for an interview and an interrogation.

  39. Demonstrate an understanding of the behavioral aspects of the interview and interrogation process.

  40. Demonstrate an understanding of the process of conducting an interview and an interrogation.

  41. Demonstrate an understanding of case studies through the use of scenarios.

  42. Demonstrate an understanding of the history and evolution of investigations in the private sector.

  43. Demonstrate an understanding of the qualities and skills necessary to become a successful investigator.

  44. Demonstrate an understanding of the role and day-to-day operations of modern day investigators in the private sector.

  45. Demonstrate an understanding of the differences between public and private investigations.

  46. Demonstrate an understanding of the sources of information available to an investigator for the purpose of conducting an investigation.

  47. Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of ethics in investigations in the private sector.

  48. Demonstrate an understanding of managing the business concepts of private investigations.

  49. Comprehend the fundamentals of problem solving logic within the field of security.

  50. Understand the principles and process of risk assessment as a tool in problem solving.

  51. Comprehend the key technological resources incorporated in the problem solving process.

  52. Learn the important resources utilized in the problem solving approach to personnel management.

  53. Understand the issues involved with problem solving in retail and residential settings.

  54. Comprehend the problem solving issues in foot traffic and public access venues surrounding facility management.

  55. Understand the relevant problem solving techniques involved in computer security.

  56. Understand loss prevention fundamentals.

  57. Comprehend the importance of effective working relationships, communication, and pre-employment screening in the loss prevention field.

  58. Understand the skills necessary to identify internal and external vulnerabilities for the purpose of developing effective loss prevention programs.

  59. Learn the basic techniques for investigation including methods for obtaining security services and equipment.

  60. Understand the handling of fire and other safety related events.

  61. Comprehend the relationship of risk management and loss prevention.

  62. Comprehend loss prevention environmental challenges.


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