Profession security guard supervisor
Security guard supervisors monitor and oversee the activities of guards who protect properties from vandalism acts and theft. They assign areas to be patrolled by guards on a regular basis, transfer the individual caught trespassing to police custody and develop safety plans and drills for the buildings and employees under their supervision.
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- Criminal law
Th legal rules, constitutions and regulations applicable for the punishement of offenders.
- Surveillance methods
Surveillance methods used in the gathering of information and intelligence for investigation purposes.
- Security threats
Types of threats to public and private security such as unauthorised entry, aggressive behaviour, molestation, robbery, theft, assault, kidnapping, murder and public demonstration.
- Liaise with security authorities
Respond quickly to security incidents and violations by calling the police and keep in touch with other relevant parties involved in the potential prosecution of the offender.
- Supervise staff
Oversee the selection, training, performance and motivation of staff.
- Supervise security at manned access gates
Ensure that surveillance operations undertaken at manned access gates are carried out as effectively as possible.
- Ensure public safety and security
Implement the relevant procedures, strategies and use the proper equipment to promote local or national security activities for the protection of data, people, institutions, and property.
- Undertake inspections
Undertake safety inspections in areas of concern to identify and report potential hazards or security breaches; take measures to maximise safety standards.
- Maintain facility security systems
Ensure that proper and functional security systems are in place, including alarm systems, fire alarms, sprinklers and emergency exits.
- Detain offenders
Keep back offenders and trespassers in a certain area.
- Practice vigilance
Practice vigilance during patrol or other surveillance activities in order to ensure safety and security, to look out for suspicious behaviour or other alarming changes in patterns or activities, and to respond quickly to these changes.
- Coordinate security
Organise the personal, technical and organizational security requirements.
- Monitor surveillance equipment
Monitor the operation of equipment used in surveillance and gathering of intelligence to ensure it functions properly and to gather the surveillance information detected by it.
- Manage security equipment
Oversee and conduct inventory of security tools and equipment.
- Coordinate patrols
Coordinate the investigation and inspection of a certain area by assigning patrollers to routes and areas, establishing the area that needs patrolling, and coordinating the activities during the patrol.
- Execute inspection walkway
Carry out a route in order to verify if all the doors and windows are closed.
- Ensure law application
Ensure the laws are followed, and where they are broken, that the correct measures are taken to ensure compliance to the law and law enforcement.