Free Home Security Seminar – Dept. of Justice & Safety & Sullivan U.

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013

7:30a – 8:30a Continental Breakfast

8:30a – 12:30p Program

 

Sullivan University

3101 Bardstown Road

Room 254

FREE Parking

The Department of Justice and Public Safety Administration

at Sullivan University is proud to host:

Reducing Crime Through Community Engagement and

Increasing Law Enforcement Efficiency

Through Alarm Management

A practical approach to Neighborhood Watch, Business Watch, Conducting Security Surveys and Implementing an Effective Alarm Management Program.

In this informative seminar, we will discuss the basics of crime prevention and also present practical approaches to preventing crime by emphasizing Crime Prevention, not Crime Reaction. Do-it-yourself security surveys will be introduced as a proactive measure to help secure both your business and your home. Effective crime prevention strategies will be presented to illustrate the importance of utilizing members of the community—homeowners, business owners and law enforcement agencies—as partners and problem-solvers, working together to reduce crime.

Rising costs and tightening budgets are leading many local governments to search for ways to reduce costs and find innovative revenue sources. Nationally and internationally, law enforcement agencies are discovering new ways of responding to monitored alarm systems in their communities that increases police department efficiency and generates new revenue. The presentation will provide an overview of various options law enforcement and local governments can consider when developing and/or revising their alarm reduction programs. This overview will include best practices and a Model Alarm Ordinance.

This seminar is free, but registration is required.

If you have any questions, please contact: Lorie Long at lalong@sullivan.edu

Presenters:

Chief William S. Carcara (Ret.) Jefferson County (KY) Police Department
Bill Carcara, M.S., CPP is currently the corporate director of security for the Al J. Schneider Company, an independent holding company that owns various hospitality and commercial properties in Louisville, KY and is a member of the ASIS International, Crime Prevention and Loss Prevention Council. He is the former Assistant Director of the American Crime Prevention Institute (ACPI) and a frequent instructor and speaker on various crime prevention topics.

Marianna A. Perry
Marianna Perry, M.S., CPP is currently a training and development manager for Securitas Security Services USA, Inc., adjunct faculty member at Sullivan University in the Department of Justice and Public Safety Administration, operates Loss Prevention and Safety Management, LLC and is a member of the ASIS International Crime Prevention and Loss Prevention Council. Marianna is a former KY State Police Trooper and Detective and was previously the director of the National Crime Prevention Institute (NCPI).

Deputy Chief Glen M. Mowrey (Ret.) Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (North Carolina)
Glen Mowrey, B.A., is currently the national law enforcement liaison for the Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC), chairs the research committee of the Alarm Industry Research and Educational Foundation (AIREF), an active member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), and is a member of the ASIS International Law Enforcement Liaison Council. He is the recipient of numerous professional, community and civic awards and is involved in advisory and leadership roles with state and federal organizations.

Sponsored by:

Securitas Security Services USA, Inc.

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