It's getting to be that time of year again!! Robberies occur more in December than any other month according to FBI statistics. How can you keep your employees safe at your financial institution during a robbery? First, you need to try to prevent the robbery from happening in the first place.
We'll cover the ABC's of security devices, review methods for preventing robberies, and what to do before, during and after a robbery. We'll also discuss how to detect counterfeit money, and the security features of "old" and "new" bills currently in circulation.
- Robbery prevention methods
- Opening and closing procedures
- Robbery procedures; before, during and after a robbery
- Identifying features of U.S. currency
- How to detect counterfeit money
- Close-up look at each note
- Security features of the new $100 note
Who Should Attend?
All staff, including those in the back office. All staff should receive training on robbery and security procedures, especially those who enter or leave the building before or after regular lobby hours, work in the lobby, visit the lobby occasionally, or possess combinations or keys that access cash or handle cash.
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