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Security Science by David J Brooks, Clifton Smith

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Chapter 4

Built Environment

Objectives

• Characterize the term built environment.

• Explain the interrelationship between the built environment and security.

• Compare and contrast security strategies that may be used to improve the built environment, considering such techniques as physical measures, CPTED, lighting, and landscape.

• Describe the primary roles and responsibilities of a facility manager.

• Distinguish the interrelationships of the facility manager and security manager.

• Describe a typical facility’s plant and equipment.

• Identify the likely vulnerabilities of a typical facility’s plant and equipment.

• Formulate strategies to mitigate likely vulnerabilities of a typical facility’s plant and equipment.

• Appraise the security requirements ...

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