Young Man

Topics: Security, Security guard, National security Pages: 154 (35859 words) Published: June 13, 2013
NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

COURSE CODE: CSS 245

COURSE TITLE: PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT.

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COURSE GUIDE

COURSE GUIDE

CSS245 SECURITY PLANNING, MANAGEMENT

DEVELOPMENT

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Course Team

Mr. Darlington Ikpi (Writer/Developer) Dr. Niyi Adegoke (Coordinator) - NOUN Dr. U.I Adeyinka Aderinto (Editor) Dr. N. Nwabueze (Programme Leader) - NOUN

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COURSE GUIDE

NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGE
National Open University of Nigeria Headquarters 14/16 Ahmadu Bello Way Victoria Island Lagos Abuja Office No. 5 Dar es Salaam Street Off Aminu Kano Crescent Wuse II, Abuja Nigeria e-mail: centralinfo@nou.edu.ng URL: www.nou.edu.ng

Published By: National Open University of Nigeria First Printed 2012 ISBN: 978-058-491-9 All Rights Reserved

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Introduction………………………………………..…………...……. 1 Course Aims……………………………………..……………...…… 1 Course Objectives…………………………………..…………..…… 2 Working through This Course……………………….……….....…… 2 Course Materials…………………………………………..…..…….. 2 Study Units…………………………………………….……………. 3 Textbooks and References ……………………………………..…… 3 Assessment……………………………………………….……...….. 4 Tutor-Marked Assignments (TMAs)…………………..……..…….. 4 Final Examination and Grading……………….……………...…….. 4 Course Marking Scheme……………………..……………...………. 5 Course Overview and Presentation Schedule……………………… 5 How to Get the Most from This Course……………….…….…..….. 6 Facilitators/Tutors and Tutorials……………………………………. 8 Summary……………………………………………………....…….. 8

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Introduction
Security Planning, Development and Management CSS245 is a semester course of 2 credit unit that provides students with the various topics on issues in Security Planning Development and Management. It is prepared for students in the first year of study in Criminology and Security Studies in the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). Security Planning Process is the modern challenges for the study of Risk Analysis, Security Surveys, Financial Planning and Decision making for the development of Security programmes and counter measures of securing the country and maintaining its citizens’ rights. This guide provides the students with simple understanding of the role of the Security Manager in the identification, analysis and response to variety of human and natural crisis. To study this course, and the various units, students need to be ready to think critically. They need to develop constructive minds and use situational analysis, case studies and other research oriented approaches carefully, to buttress arguments in the study of security management situations. In this course, aims and objectives will be explained. The module provides some useful advice on the reading system, the role in using the course guide, the structure of the module, and guidance for the assessment.

Course Aims
a) b) c) d) To demonstrate an understanding of the application of security knowledge and techniques to the protection of life and property. To apply the main theories and concepts of risk analysis and risk management in the security industry. To outline and critically analyse contemporary issues related to corporate and organisational security asset protection. To examine the rights guaranteed to individuals by the Nigerian constitution, and how these rights and precedents affect private security personnel. To critically evaluate and demonstrate the ability to communicate students programmes through a combination of written papers and oral presentations.

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SECURITY PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT

Course Objectives
• • To introduce students to the concept of security planning, development and management To expose students to the various methods for security professionals including the security information technology criteria for purchase, installation and maintenance of computer and networking equipments, including prevention of...
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