Employees can access either office at will. The window is locked from within; any attempt to gain access through the window also activates the alarm and alerts the guard. The first area is the employee workstation; only employees can access this area.
The outer perimeter contains the parking lot and office building. Currently, the light post on the south side is not functioning. Each employee has a password and can access network information at any time. Visitors must obtain a pass at the guard station. The first door is unlocked, but is within sight of video surveillance and employees within the work station.
The office building exterior has three outer doors and one window. Both the first and second areas are monitored by active video surveillance. A manned guard station permits entrance into the outer perimeter from the west; an unmanned and unlocked gate permits entrance from the east.
No Trespassing signs are posted at intervals upon the perimeter fence; Employees Only is posted on the gate. Within the workstation and smaller offices are several computers.
Describe the three models of physical security as they apply to this particular environment. Each office contains valuable assets.
The first door is marked with an Employees Only sign and requires a badge for access. The third door is an emergency exit only and is clearly marked. The interior of the office building is segmented into two major areas. The second door is obscured from both employees and video surveillance and is unlocked.
Then, answer the questions in Part II. Any attempt to gain access through the first door without a badge, the second door without a pass, or the third door at all, results in alarm activation and guard response.
The perimeter has two light posts that, when functioning, illuminate the entire parking lot. A visitor trying to attempt access to this office results in alarm activation. Passwords are required for access to each computer.
Office Building Description A six foot fence secures the outer perimeter. Visitor and employees can access the second area. The second area has two doors, both of which lead to smaller offices. Video surveillance is active on the north fence and inactive on the south."Cjs Appendix D" Essays and Research Papers Cjs Appendix D Axia College Material Appendix D The Three Models of Physical Security Directions: Read and study the description of an office building’s physical layout and its.
Appendix D. The Three Models of Physical Security. Directions: Read and study the description of an office building’s physical layout and its current security features in Part I.
Then, answer the questions in Part II. Part I: Office Building Description A six foot fence secures the outer perimeter. Cjs/ Week 1 Lisa Bryant CJS/ Check Point Week One: Historical Laws and Security Jenelle Velarde May 7, When it comes to historical laws and security, I have found that we tend to have the same kind of laws that they did back in time.
Associate Level Material Appendix D The Justice Systems System Comparison Matrix Copy and paste the characteristics of the juvenile justice system and the adult justice systems into their respective columns.
Place the characteristics that are relative to both the juvenile and adult systems into the column labeled “Both”. Juvenile Justice System. View Notes - CJS - Assignment 4 (Models of Physical Security - Appendix D) from CJS at University of Phoenix.
Associate Level. CJS Appendix D. CJS Week 4 Discussion CPTED. Research the CPTED concept. Explain how it could be used to enhance the physical security of a facility (home, office, school, etc.) with which you are familiar.Download