Accession Number : ADP003376
Title : Problems in Guard Force Training,
Corporate Author : BIOTECHNOLOGY INC FALLS CHURCH VA
Personal Author(s) : Pulliam,R.
Report Date : JUN 1981
Pagination or Media Count : 12
Abstract : Basic problems in guard force effectiveness could be solved by training, but only within a basically revised guard force doctrine. Present approaches are weakened by circumstances which include the tactical vulnerability of a fixed procedure approach. Modern control systems could enable development of procedures that enforce activity and attention, and that vary the guard routine unpredictably. Simulation of incidents could ensure the perception of a credible daily threat. Reaction forces could be trained for a flexible response, and made effective by engagement simulation exercises.
Descriptors : *Behavior, *Security, *Security personnel, Training, Policies, Problem solving, Symposia
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE