Click on the hyperlinked title below to read a full description for each webinar in our 2018 Robbery Prevention, Policies, & Procedures Series.
(1) Active Shooter! Violence in the Financial Workplace: Prevention Policies to Protect Personnel & Accountholders
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI), workplace violence is on the rise in the United States. Workplace violence is any act or threat of physical violence, harassment, intimidation, or other threatening disruptive behavior that occurs at the work site. This ranges from threats and verbal abuse to physical assaults and even homicide. Violence at the financial workplace can affect and involve employees, clients or members, and visitors.
(2) 2018 Robbery Response Plan: Prevention, Apprehension & Recovery
During this Webinar, we will discuss best practices for your Robbery Response Plan, including what actions your Institution should take during the various stages of the crime (e.g., Before, During, and After the Robbery). We will examine the ABCs of Security Devices. You will learn how to train your staff to detect suspicious behaviours and, ultimately, to identify a would-be robber. We will also cover some details on how to detect counterfeit money and what are the security features of the "old" and "new" notes in circulation at this time.
(3) Robber-Proofing Your Financial Institution: Strategies From a Convicted Bank Robber
FI robberies are on the rise. With our current economy, the high unemployment rate, and our countries preoccupation with drugs and gambling, now is the time to “Robber Proof” your bank or credit union. When it comes to Robbery Prevention, Apprehension, and Recovery, no one can provide greater insight than Troy Evans.
(4) Compliance Policies for Bank Robberies Involving Safe Deposit Boxes
Hopefully, your Institution banks will never face a robbery situation, but if you are violated, then the information in this session will be valuable. This session addresses the not-so-uncommon dreaded bank robbery that involves violation of the customer safe deposit boxes.
This webinar will teach you about the policies and procedures you need to implement after a safe deposit box robbery. If you don't follow these regulations, then you could face new risks and legal problems after the robbery is over. Regulators prefer that banks have procedures in place for use immediately after a vault area is violated. This session provides those procedures.