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Security Force Policies and Procedures
for Tribal Organizations



Policies and procedures serve as guidelines for personnel to follow when performing their duties. It is especially important that a security force has comprehensive and effective policies and procedures in place to ensure the safety of others. During this class, you’ll learn how to perform the complex duties of an unarmed security officer, as we examine the various players involved in a security force and the roles that they play.

Harold Rivkin,* our expert instructor, has over 35 years of experience in law enforcement, private security investigations and consulting and retail security. He has been extensively involved in Native American gaming and tribal government affairs, having conducted internal investigations and security and regulatory audits. In this exciting class, Mr. Rivkin will discuss protocols for detainment, arrest, use of force and search and seizure as well as appropriate personal conduct — on and off the job. Bring your tribal organization’s security standard operating procedures for an in-class exercise.

Make sure that your security force has established the necessary policies and procedures for the benefit of your organization. Register for this class today!

*Instructor subject to change.


T O P I C S   I N C L U D E
Organizational Structure
  • Security manager’s reporting responsibilities
  • Security shift manager’s duties
  • Security supervisor’s role
  • Security officer’s duties
  • Communication center’s responsibilities
  • Chain of command
Job Descriptions
  • Director of security
  • Supervisors
  • Security officers
  • Internal investigators
  • Training coordinators
  • Communication center employees
Organizational Terms
  • Official definitions of security force terms
General Orders
  • Personal conduct (on and off the job)
  • Specific duties
  • Official policies
  • General orders
Detainment/Arrest
  • Security officer’s authority
  • Procedures
Use of Force
  • Non-resistance
  • Resistance
Threat Management
  • General conflicts
  • Crisis conflicts
Search and Seizure/Evidence
  • Search of person
  • Search of property
  • Evidence management
Report Writing
  • How to write an incident report
  • How to write an accident report
  • Distribution of security reports
Security Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
  • Model procedures
Training Your Security Officer
  • Training manual
  • Retention testing
Security Department Audit
  • What is an audit?
  • How audits are conducted
  • Who is responsible for audits?
  • How often they occur
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