1. Define security in respect to private and public security

Security is the freedom or the resilience against a particular form of harm which might be caused by others. Those who benefit from security include objects, institutions, and persons. Public safety is provided by agencies such as the police and the sheriff while private one is offered to individuals in exchange for a certain fee. In every society, security needs to be upheld in the best ways possible to ensure that income-generating activities are continued smoothly. Most importantly, security is a crucial aspect of economic development and growth.

  1. Explain two theoretical explanations as to why we need security

When people face danger in their lives, security is necessary for their protection to ensure that the imminent threat is eradicated. There is also the situation whereby one will need to protect their property from external forces that may want to steal them. The law also lays down a procedure that can be used to protect one’s property, and anyone who goes against it would be punished heavily.

  1. Identify the two main types of security and explain why they are essential.

The two main types of security are public and private security. These two forms of protection are essential since public security is offered to ensure the safety and the wellbeing of the general public while private security, on the other hand, is hired by individuals to enhance the security of their property.

  1. What are the three elements of security?

Security is made up of three elements which are the people, the processes and the technology. Such features tend to relate to each other in various ways.

  1. Identify and discuss two threats to personal security within a residence.

One of the significant threats to personal security in residence is sexual assault where strangers may attack one. Another danger is burglary where one may break into another person’s property and harm the owner as they rob them of their property.

  1. Discuss the nature and importance of unintentional threats against an organization.

Unintentional threats are those intimidations which are committed without malicious drive behind them. They might include the accidental leakage of classified information among others. These threats can be harmful to an organization and may lead to a breach of an institution’s code of conduct.

  1. Describe the Fire Triangle and the classifications of fire.

Fire Triangle is a model used to understand the elements needed to ignite a fire. These are the heated oxygen and fuel. There are five classes of fire. These are class A, which involves solid materials, class B, which involves flammable liquid, class C which involves gases, class D which includes metal and class E which involves live electrical apparatus.

  1. Explain the difference between a tort and a crime.

A tort refers to a private wrong while a crime, on the other hand, is a mistake committed to the public. A tort can also apply to the infringement of an individual’s civil rights. A crime is a breach of the public’s rights.

  1. Explain the powers of arrest as they pertain to public law enforcement and private security.

Private securities have the powers to conduct a body search or frisk individuals entering a property without a warrant. They can also perform arrests and hand over these individuals to the police, who are the public law enforcers.

  1. Identify and explain at least three types of physical security for a residence.

A physical barrier is one type of security which involves the use of fences. Security lighting is also another crucial form of physical security applied in residences. Additionally, the combination barriers are also an alternative form of the physical obstacles designed to prevent a specific type of threat.

  1. Identify and explain at least three types of physical security for an industrial complex.

A facility can have perimeter security, which is made up of fence to protect the property. There is also the use of utility holes, grates and storm drain to facilitate entrance into properties. Additionally, roof openings can be used in the case of elevators and hatchways.

  1. Identify and explain the difference between armed and unarmed private security.

Armed private security guards are allowed to carry weapons while unarmed ones, on the other hand, do not handle any firearm. Armed private guards are more suitable for industrial properties and financial institutions where there is an enhanced need for security while unarmed guards are mainly suited for social facilities such as hotels to make sure that guests are not scared by the weapons.

  1. What is the difference between physical security and personal security?

Physical security refers to those measures that are designed to restrict entrance to certain facilities and may both involve private and public properties. Personal securities, on the other hand, are the measures taken by an individual to protect their private property or self.

  1. What threat does domestic violence pose against the safety and welfare of personnel in an organization?

Domestic violence poses a threat to a person in an institution in that when one is affected by this violence, chances are high that they may be distracted in the workplace and may act violently towards their fellow employees. As a result, this may pose a danger to their safety. Another threat may be through incidences of suicide that may take place at the workplace. When one is going mentally disturbed, their productivity levels also drop.

  1. What is Cyber-Security and why is it important to individuals and organizations?

Cybersecurity refers to the practice of protecting networks, programs, and systems from digital attacks. These outbreaks are often in the form of hacking, which is aimed at accessing classified information, changing and interruption of normal processes of a system. Cybersecurity is essential to ensure that detailed data and information is protected from unauthorized access.

  1. What is Cyber terrorism? Provide an example of a threat against the USVI infrastructure from Cyber-Terrorism.

Cyber-terrorism refers to the use of the Internet for the purpose of conducting violent activities that lead to the loss of life, threat, or bodily harm. The main aim of this act is to achieve ideological or political gains through the use of intimidations and threats. An example of these threats includes a network hacking that shuts down all Internet access in USVI which significantly affects the process of communication in a targeted island.

  1. What is Intellectual property? How do you protect it?

This refers to a class of property that is made up of creations of human intellect that are not tangible. It is made up of two types of rights, which are copyrights and industrial property rights. These intellectual properties can be protected by the use of patents, industrial models and designs, trademarks, and origin designations.

  1. Identify and discuss Security threats that may be imposed against the Cyril E. King Airport.

Cyril E. King Airport may be faced with the threat of entrance of illegal drugs and substances. This can be through passengers who may smuggle medicines and harmful substances through the airport to the city for circulation. It can also be through drug smugglers who want to use the airport to transport drugs out of the city to other cities.

  1. Identify the threats that may be imposed against the University of Virgin Islands

The university can be faced with the risk of terrorist attacks aimed at arming the students and staff. It may also be confronted by the issue of substance and drug abuse whereby students and members of the team may be used to sell drugs in the institution. There is also the threat of cyber-attacks on both the administration and students where one may attack the administrative system belonging to the institution with the aim of mainly manipulating it.

  1. Identify the security strategies and preventive measures that can help prevent threats on students and staff of the institution.

The institution will need to hire professional security to take care of the university’s entrance to ensure that students and staff are protected from harm from outside. They will also be tasked with the responsibility of providing that the students and faculty do not smuggle illegal stuff to the university.