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Describe and design the security exterior and interior needs and access system. Follow the order of the list below—use paragraphs and not a bulleted list. You must explain in detail your choices of materials, technology, and security personnel employed (as appropriate). You must also justify all your choices, explaining how they are the best choice to effectively guard against the anticipated threats. Make sure the cost of the security system doesn’t outstrip the value of the assets.

Include your choices and justifications for each area below. Each choice must be specific to the organization you chose. Each area includes examples of how needs might be different depending on the organization. Some of these choices will need more detailed choices and explanations than others depending on your choice of the organization but include detailed explanations as often as possible.

– Basic color design of exterior and interior, landscaping (be brief and specific to CPTED)

– Fencing (most appropriate for manufacturing plant and may not be possible for jewelry store)

– Glass—limit to the exterior windows and doors (different glass might be needed for a bank vs. a college, for example; include locks and other window security as needed)

– Doors—external to enter building and within building, like offices or sections (strength needs; locks)

– Access Control Systems—like identification badges, what type of badge, how it secures access, why used; also describe levels of secure areas; biometrics if applicable, where would this be used and for what levels of security (pay extra attention to this area with a choice of the factory)

– Alarm Systems—sensors, include type and location; video or other surveillance and recording; how alarm systems are monitored (pay extra attention to this area with a choice of a jewelry store or bank; for college, different campus buildings/areas of buildings might need different levels of security)

– Security Lighting (what needs to be visible at night?)

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