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If you are looking for a way to start a security and loss prevention career, in Idaho look no further. A degree in security and loss prevention is designed to provide you with up-to-date, industry specific training that will enhance your professional opportunities.
Students in this Idaho degree program are prepare to provide security services for government agencies, large corporations, insurance companies and private clients employ various kinds of loss prevention professionals. They'll learn how to protect people as well as property.
The Security and Loss Prevention Services degree program is designed to prepare Idaho students as security and loss prevention officers in emergency response, security management, industrial health and safety, as well as the emerging discipline of homeland security, and includes in depth instruction in the provision of personal protection as well as property security. If you have an inquiring mind and an interest in maintaining safety, Security and loss prevention is a broad field and offers many career opportunities to Idaho graduates.
According to the Idaho State Police, over 62% of the 7,364 burglaries reported in 2002 were to residences, and the trend is upwards. Although Idaho's burglaries per 100,000 of the population is below the national average at around 553, the trend is upwards again after a downward trend in the
1990s - and they think a contributory factor is complacency of security services in the home in Idaho.
Home security is about both physically securing entry to the home by uninvited entrants, and about deterrence - making sure that potential burglars are aware that your home is secured, and they will be detected if they try to gain entry. Professional home security companies will advise you about lighting entries, making sure that there are no places for burglars to remain undetected and making sure that alarm systems are obviously installed as well as fitting locks and bolts on doors and windows, and sensors for forced entry and unwelcome visitors inside the home.
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