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BANK SECURITY PROGRAM 2010 RURAL BANK OF ITOGON, INC. MILLER F. PECKLEY, CSP, CSMS
CRIME PREVENTION IS EVERYBODYS BUSINESS, ITS EVERYBODYS CONCERN. PROACTIVE MEASURES THAN REACTIVE MEASURES (PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE) BANK SECURITY IS A PRIVATE BUSINESS(CLIENT OR CUSTOMER FOCUS) DIFFERENT FROM MILITARY OR POLICE SECURITY WHICH IS PURELY FOCUS ON PROTECTION OF LIFE AND PROPERTY.
SECURITY PROTOCOL A protocol is a set of guidelines or rules. A memorandum or record of an agreement, esp. one reached in international negotiations, a meeting, etc.
Assessing Risks Risk is combination of threat and vulnerability (Risk = Threat x Vulnerability)
Threat: a danger to you, your organization or your property. Bank Robbery Abduction Burglary Crossfire Fire(ARSON) Sexual assault
Vulnerability: your level of exposure to a particular threat Who (or what) is most vulnerable? Why staff and assets vulnerable? Where are staff and assets more vulnerable? When are staff and assets more vulnerable?
Factors VulnerabilityFactors PhysicalLack of protective measures: fences, window grilles, locks, and other barriers IndividualAge, gender, ethnic background, physical health OperationsLack of sufficient fiscal controls Communications & InformationLack of secure communications or lax procedures
UNIVERSAL RULE IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS (e.g. Bank Robbery, Hostage Taking, Earthquake, Fire etc.) DONT PANIC, KEEP CALM.
SURVIVING A BANK ROBBERY GUIDELINES TO BE OBSERVED IF YOU ARE IN A BANK THEN A ROBBERY OCCURS, TAKE NOTE OF THESE FOLOWING STEPS. THEY CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE DURING THE ROBBERY: 1.Remain calm. Do not panic. 2.Follow the bank robbers instruction. Do not anticipate any commands. Do not do more than you are told. Do not play hero. 3.Do not make unnecessary movements so as not to draw attention to yourself. Remember, you do not know the robbers state of mind. He could be trigger-happy and shoot you. 4.Be observant. You may not be able to look at the robbers face, but you can use your other senses. How did the robbers voice sound? Did the robber have a smell? 5.Note departure of robber – which side of the bank did he exit?
AFTER THE ROBBERY: 1.Do not touch anything inside the bank or crime scene. 2.Cooperate with the police investigation by giving details of what you have witnessed. 3.There should be only one spokesperson assigned by the bank management. 4.Security clearance is necessary before any action will be taken,
EARTHQUAKE SAFETY GUIDELINES In line with the thrust of the Bank to ensure safety and security of its personnel and clients, the following guidelines are hereby presented. 1.Follow the cardinal rule: Wherever you are, remain calm and do not panic. 2.If you are inside the building, follow these guidelines. 3.During the earthquake, perform the DROP, COVER and HOLD action. Take cover under strong desk or table and keep head and neck protected. 4.Stay away from glass, windows, shelvings, and other equipment which can present a cutting, crushing, hitting or fall danger. 5.Stay where you are. Do not run outside while earthquake is in progress. Wait until it is safe to go outside. 6.DO NOT use the elevators, even if they are working, and check stairwells for integrity before using.
7. Evacuate safely and orderly after the earthquake has ended. 8. Stay alert for aftershocks. Do not return to your work area until directed. 9. If you are outside the building or in an open space, follow these guidelines. 10. During the earthquake, perform the DROP, COVER and HOLD action. 11. Move away from buildings, streetlights, and utility wires. 12. Stay alert for aftershocks. Do not return to your work area until directed.
HOSTAGE TAKING IF YOU DISCOVER A HOSTAGE SITUATION 1.Staff in the immediate area should attempt to evacuate the area by any route that does not expose them to threat. 2.Once safe, notify security from within premises or externally, who will respond to the threat immediately and contact the police. 3.If evacuation of the immediate area is not possible, staff should take whatever action necessary to stay out of harms way. IF YOU ARE TAKEN HOSTAGE 1.Dont be a hero: remain calm, accept you situation and be patient; reassure others if they start to panic 2.Follow the instructions of the hostage taker 3.Do not do or say anything that might provoke the individual holding you hostage 4.Dont speak unless spoken to but be courteous and cooperative 5.Dont be argumentative with the hostage taker or with other hostages and avoid sudden movement that could alarm the hostage taker 6.During any rescue attempt, lie down on the floor and keep your hands visible, unless otherwise directed by the police. Police may not be able to distinguish hostages from hostage-taker and may consider you a threat.
In case of fire: 1.Stay calm. 2.Always sound the building fire alarm immediately. If the alarm fails to operate, warn other occupants by knocking on doors and shouting warnings. 3.Call the University Police at 456 from a safely located phone. Give as much information as possible to the dispatcher. Do not assume that someone else has already notified the University Police. The University Police will immediately notify the Fire Department and dispatch officers to the scene. Do not hang up until told to do so by the dispatcher. 4.Before opening the door, feel it with the back of your hand. If it is hot, do the following (if it is not hot go to step 5). Open the windows. Seal cracks around the door with towels, tape, bed clothing or similar items to keep out the smoke. If you are trapped, hang a sheet, jacket, or shirt or other object out the window that will attract attention. Shout for help. Call the University Police on the phone and tell them that you are unable to get out of your room. The University Police will be in direct radio contact with officers at the fire. Remain calm until firefighters reach you from the hallway or window. Their first duty upon arriving at a fire is to search for persons trapped in the burning building.
5. If you are able to leave the room, do so immediately and: Take your key with you in case you are forced to return. Close all doors behind you as you exit. This will retard the spread of smoke and lessen damage. Go to the nearest exit or stairway. Do not use an elevator. If smoke, heat or fire blocks your exit, go to an alternate exit. If all exits from a floor are blocked go back to your room and follow the procedures described above in 4. 6. If smoke is present keep low to the floor. Take short breaths to avoid inhaling any more smoke than necessary. 7. Leave the building immediately. When the University Police and/or firefighters arrive, direct them to the fire. 8. After leaving the building, stand clear. Follow the directions of University Police and firefighters. Do not reenter the building for any reason until the fire department has declared it safe.
If you hear the fire alarm: Follow steps 4 though 8 above. Fire drills: Illinois and Evanston law require quarterly fire drills in dormitories, fraternities and sororities. They are conducted quarterly to familiarize residents with the sound of the fire alarm, emergency exits, and procedures for evacuating the building. You must respond to the drill and abide by the established procedures. Resident Assistants and hall coordinators are responsible for seeing that students are familiar with fire drill procedures.