Security Education-Welcome to Sacramento

Professional Security Education

 
 
 
The Air Force Security Forces Association, in conjunction with its 32nd annual meeting, is hosting three Professional Security Education briefings which will be eligible for up to three Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits through ASIS International, or other professional security organizations.

Attendees will be provided a certificate of completion which can be submitted to the certification authority’s certification department for awarding of points.
There is No Cost for AFSFA Members or Active Duty, National Guard or Air Force Reserve Defenders.
Cost for ASIS members, private security practitioners, or police officers, or non-AFSFA affiliated retirees will be $20.00 per session or $50.00 for all three sessions.

Thursday - August 23, 2018
Holiday Inn - Downtown Arena   16th Floor

• 0800 – 0900

The Domestic and International Threat – Present State

Joseph Rector, Deputy Director, 11th Security Forces Group, Joint Base Andrews-NAF Washington


Mr. Rector will present an overview of current worldwide threats and trends and offer analysis of recent terrorist incidents. Mr. Rector regularly offers this presentation and ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits (now Global Security Exchange). This briefing was presented at the 31st annual AFSFA meeting and received high marks


• 0900 – 1000
Using Psychology in Workplace Violence Pre-Planning and Response

Northern California Chapter - Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP)


Through the Association's case study review, perpetrator profiles have been developed, warning signs identified, and preventative measures delineated for victims and others involved in these highly volatile situations. ATAP members will offer case studies of recent workplace violence responses and investigations and offer best practices for security managers to consider as they develop individual site response plans. This presentation is highly sought after at ASIS International seminars and chapters and was featured during the 31st annual AFSFA meeting.


• 10:00 – 11:00
Insider Threat – the Department of Defense Approach

Joseph Rector, Deputy Director, 11th Security Forces Group, Joint Base Andrews-NAF Washington


Mr. Rector will provide an overview of the Department of Defense program to combat the malicious threat emanating from people within an organization who have inside information concerning the organization's security practices, data and computer systems. The threat may involve fraud, the theft of confidential or commercially valuable information, the theft of intellectual property, or the sabotage of computer systems.