Holistic Training Stresses Respect

Hankwitz, Heidi
February 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Feb2007, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p87
Trade Publication
The author discusses the holistic approach on security and staff training based on the guiding principles of respect, service, and safety. She relates on the implementation of such trainings on university campuses integrated on the broader mission of higher education in both academics and personal development. Moreover, she stresses that such principles can instill a value base and awareness among faculty, staff, students, and securities that reduces the incidence of violent behaviors.


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