Protective Security and Hostile Reconnaissance
Besides checking the signs of unauthorized access, security guards should also check for sleeping employees. The presence of unoccupied vehicles, or people on private property are also signs of hostile reconnaissance. Guards should patrol their property and respond immediately to any residential burglary alarms. They should also look for overheating electrical equipment and press buttons on TV’s and remote controls. Any suspicious activity should be reported to a security guard.
Predictability is a criminal’s best friend
Although many crimes can be avoided by following predictable patterns, your security team cannot predict all. You should have a plan with frequent, regular patrols. Changing your schedule and frequency of patrols can make you less predictable, and it may help prevent a hostile actor from exploiting it. Another option is to roll windows, and make frequent, irregular patrols.
A sign of hostile reconnaissance is body language
Protective security must be able to detect and disrupt hostile reconnaissance. These tactics can be quickly detected and reacted to by security personnel or individuals. The best way to stop this is to educate the security force on the nature of these activities. The more information they have the better they can understand what they are up to. This allows proactive security officers to disrupt plans and have a significant impact on hostile reconnaissance.
No matter whether the act is done online or on-site the goal of hostile reconnaissance remains the same: to reduce vulnerability and disrupt attack planning. By gathering detailed information and gaining confidence in the source, hostile reconnaissance can help a terrorist group plan their attack. There are many ways to stop this activity. The CPNI has produced a guide that outlines an effective process for identifying such activities.
Overheating electronic equipment
One of the signs that your Jeep Patrol is overheating is a burning plastic odor. This could be a sign that your exhaust manifold is leaking. If this is the case you can repair the problem by replacing your exhaust manifold. A loud engine sound is another sign that your Jeep Patrol is heating up. This sounds like a leaking exhaust manifold, and it’s a warning sign of a big leak.
Unauthorized people or vehicles on property
Private property owners are often liable for illegal activities, including abandoning cars and uninvited people. Fortunately, California law provides some protection against liability related to abandoned vehicles. Private property owners can limit liability by adhering to vehicle code requirements. Local ordinances often contain additional requirements. These laws will be reviewed in this article. We’ll also discuss the legal implications for unauthorized persons or vehicles being on your property.