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How to travel with a large amount of cash or other monetary items

If you are travelling with a large amount of cash, or other monetary instruments like traveler’s checks, money orders, and bearer bonds, you should take common sense steps to protect yourself from unwanted attention, but you should also be aware of what legal issues you may have to address. What you have to do will depend on what country you are in, or whether you are traveling internationally.

Protecting your money from theft or other losses üWhen you carry cash with you on an airline trip, you should take some very basic steps to keep from becoming a victim of theft, or from losing your money by accident üIf you have to take cash, keep it in a carryon bag. üNever put your cash, financial instruments, or precious metals in a checked bag. üKeep your cash and other valuables out of public view. üKeep your baggage and belongings in sight when passing through a security checkpoint. üDivide money in different places üFavor on-body storage üKeep small bills handy üCarry an anti-theft bag üTrim your w…

Take these Security Precautions before you enjoy your family Vacation

❑ Notify your RSO or PSO of your departure and return dates but don’t otherwise publicize your travel or vacation plans. Leave contact numbers with appropriate mission personnel. ❑ Arrange to have a friend or colleague pick up your newspapers, mail, or other deliveries daily. ❑ Secure your home. Close and lock all windows and doors. Don’t forget to lock garage or gate doors. ❑ Consider purchasing timers to turn on outside and inside lights automatically at various times throughout the night. ❑ Check outside lighting and replace older light bulbs. You don’t want a light burning out while you are away. ❑ Ask a friend or colleague to check your residence periodically, ensuring your furnace or air conditioning is functioning and that timers and lights are working. ❑ The decision to set the automated alarm system may vary from region to region. Power outages and brownouts may trip alarm systems. Check with your security officer for advice on setting alarm systems when you are away for long pe…

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Increasing Crime Rate and How to stay Secure?


Tips for Security of your Business and Home.

Starting a family or owning a business is not an easy task. One has to look after many tasks at the same time. While in a family our main concerns are children education, health, and security. In a business, it is important to maintain a sustainable profit while keeping it secure from any dangers. Security is a necessity because all your efforts can go in vain without it. Here are few tips to keep you family and business secure.

One should follow the following steps to insure the security of their business.
Step 1 - Spot hazards: Understand your work activities properly and find the possible threats.
Step 2 - Assess risks Once you Identify the possible threats then you need to assess the risk. In assessment, you need to find who will be affected and how? What are the conditions for it to happen? How severe can the harm be? Step 3 - Manage risks Once you identify the risk and the associated risks assessed, the next step is to find. • Is it possible to remove the …

Bank Office Security Guard

The bank office security guard is in charge of the security and insurance of the bank's representatives and all benefits. Contingent upon the bank, the monitor may likewise be relied upon to authorize the organization's general security prerequisites.

Security Guard should remain alarm to look for potential dangers to the security of representatives and clients. Bank office security guards will likewise need to examine any suspicious conduct among the clients or representatives to shield the monetary resources of the branch.

There are times when a disappointed client may turn into a danger, and the monitor should diffuse the circumstance.

Watchmen may likewise be required to know and uphold bank and government well being controls.

On account of a theft, the protect must know how to defend the clients and representatives, and goes about as a contact between the police and the branch.

Being a bank office security guard can be a perilous occupation, as regularly banks, particula…