Chapter 4. Security Management Planning
Security management planning involves the formulation of two basic interrelated but separate types of plans. The first is a security management plan that relates directly to the day-to-day protection program of the organization. This plan should be considered as a short-term plan which requires a formal review, evaluation, and modification on an annual basis. It is also a living document that can, and should, change as circumstances and situations develop. The second plan is the security strategic plan which relates more toward community involvement, long-term goals, objectives, philosophy, and program direction. The strategic plan can be defined as a “road map” (or master plan) enabling the organization ...

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