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    1.What are the three circumstances in which private security officers can legally use force?

    2. Why is it possible to recommend less than a total integrated approach to security?

    3. Identify and discuss the steps involved in a good risk management program.

    4. Explain the benefits of the end result of an effective surveillance system.

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    1. What are the three circumstances in which private security officers can legally use force?
    If someone is attempting to harm someone then that sets up the circumstances for the legal use of force. If there is a credible threat of harm to the security officer, to another person, or a person attempting to harm themselves.
    2. Why is it possible to recommend less than a total integrated approach to security?
    Logic would say that if all of the system is integrated that it would be safer. However, it would also mean that a failure in any part would probably cause a failure in every part. Integrated systems work together and overlap to assure greater ...

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    Short answers to some questions about security as posted in assignment.

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