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This assignment will be submitted to Turnitin®.

Instructions


No directly quoted material may be used in this project paper.


Resources should be summarized or paraphrased with appropriate in-text and Resource page citations.


Project 1:



Preparing for a Speech Before a Security Professional Organization



Scenario:



You are the Corporate Security Director for a Fortune 500 company

and a recognized leader in the security profession. You accept an invitation to speak at the ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits about the various security operational and other challenges with which organizations are confronted in protecting assets and possible solutions. Because of your expertise, you are asked to discuss in detail a security director’s various professional responsibilities in today’s world, including loss prevention, investigation, administrative, and managerial functions and the critical skills required of a security director to fully succeed in accomplishing the protective mission. You are also asked to address the importance for a security director to develop strong working relationships with various internal and external entities and provide examples how these associations will promote a successful security operation.



Writing Assignment:



After conducting the appropriate academic research using at least three different sources, write a speech that comprehensively addresses the following:

(1) Provide a “welcome” statement and a strong introduction describing to the audience the purpose of your speech.

(2) Identify and discuss the current operational and other challenges confronting security directors and possible solutions to those challenges.

(3) Identify and discuss

in detail

a security director’s various professional responsibilities in today’s world, including loss prevention, investigation, administrative, and managerial functions.

(4) Identify and discuss the critical skills required of a security director to fully succeed in protecting an organization’s assets.

(5) Identify and discuss the significance in establishing strong internal and external relationships to meet security operational objectives and provide examples of the individuals and groups with whom partnerships must be forged.

(6) Provide concluding remarks that summarize your presentation and close your speech with an invitation for the audience to participate in a question/answer discussion session.


Note:

One or more of your research sources

may include

interviews with properly documented

private sector security professionals

in a position to respond to the types of questions required to ascertain the information to write this speech. Students will identify these individuals and their titles to the course instructor

one week before

the project due date. Also, in organizing your written speech, you should consider using short sub-titles (e.g., Operational and Other Challenges and Solutions; Loss Prevention Role; Investigation Role; etc.) for distinct areas cited above so you do not inadvertently omit a project requirement.


Formatting Requirements

Use the American Psychological Association (APA) style manual in writing this paper. The paper should begin with an appropriate introductory statement about the topic and include a reference page. You may access the following website as a reference for APA style requirements:

· Paper should be a minimum of 1,250 to 1,500 words

· Double spaced

· 12 pt. font

· 1” margins

· Use APA citations for all sources

· Include reference page using APA format guidelines (not included in word count)


Additionally

– Create a cover page for your assignment (not included in word count)

· Include your name

· Course title and number

· Project title

· Date of submission

Due Date

Jun 3, 2020 11:59 PM

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Rubric Name: Project 1 Rubric Max Points(2172)

This table lists criteria and criteria group name in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method.Criteria


Equivalent to an A


Equivalent to a B


Equivalent to a C


Equivalent to a D or F

Identification of current operational and other security challenges confronting security directors and possible solutions Value: 10 points

10 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a

comprehensive

understanding of the current challenges confronting security directors and possible solutions to those challenges

Range 9.0 – 10.0

8.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a

good

understanding of the current challenges confronting security directors and possible solutions to those challenges

Range 8.0 – 8.9

7.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a

suitable

understanding of the current challenges confronting security directors and possible solutions to those challenges

Range 7.0 – 7.9

6.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates

limited or no understanding

of the current challenges confronting security directors and possible solutions to those challenges

Range D = 6.0 – 6.9 F = 0.0 – 5.9

/ 10

Loss prevention role of the security director in protecting assets Value: 10 points

10 points

Content of the paper

demonstrates a

comprehensive

understanding of security director’s loss prevention role in protecting organizational assets.

Range: 9.0 – 10.0

8.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a

good

understanding of security director’s loss prevention role in protecting organizational assts

Range: 8.0 – 8.9

7.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a

suitable

understanding of a security director’s loss prevention role in protecting organizational assts.

Range: 7.0 – 7.9

6.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates

limited or no understanding

of a security director’s loss prevention role in protecting organizational assts.

Range: D = 6.0 – 6.9

F = 0.0 – 5.9

/ 10

Investigative role of a security director in protecting assetsValue: 10 points

10 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a

comprehensive

understanding of security director’s investigative role in protecting organizational assets.

Range 9.0 – 10.0

8.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a

good

understanding of security director’s investigative role in protecting organizational assts.

Range 8.0 – 8.9

7.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a suitable understanding of a security director’s investigative role in protecting organizational assets

Range 7.0 – 7.9

6.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates

no or little understanding

of a security director’s investigative role in protecting organizational assts.

Range D = 6.0 – 6.9 F = 0.0 – 5.9

/ 10

Administrative role of a security director in protecting assets Value: 10 points

10 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a

comprehensive

understanding of security director’s administrative role in protecting organizational assets.

Range 9.0 – 10.0

8.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a

good

understanding of security director’s administrative role in protecting organizational assts

Range 8.0 – 8.9

7.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a

suitable

understanding of a security director’s administrative role in protecting organizational assts.

Range 7.0 – 7.9

6.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates

no or little understanding

of a security director’s administrative role in protecting organizational assets

Range D = 6.0 – 6.9 F = 0.0 – 5.9

/ 10

Managerial role of a security director in protecting assets Value: 10 points

10 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a

comprehensive

understanding of security director’s managerial role in protecting organizational assets.

Points available: 9-10

8.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a

good

understanding of security director’s managerial role in protecting organizational assets.

Range 8.0 – 8.9

7.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates a

suitable

understanding of a security director’s managerial role in protecting organizational assets.

Range 7.0 – 7.9

6.9 points

Content of the paper demonstrates

no or little understanding

of a security director’s managerial role in protecting organizational asses.

Range D = 6.0 – 6.9 F = 0.0 – 5.9

/ 10

Critical skills required of a security director to fully succeed in protecting assets

15 points

Content of the paper identifies and evaluates

all

the critical skills required of a security director to fully succeed in protecting organizational assets

Range 13.5 – 15

13.4 points

Content of the paper identifies and evaluates

most

critical skills required of a security director to fully succeed in protecting organizational assets

Range 12.0 – 13.4

11.9 points

Content of the paper identifies and evaluates

several

critical skills required of a security director to fully succeed in protecting organizational assets

Range 10.5 – 11.9

10.4 points

Content of the paper identifies and evaluates

limited or no

critical skills required of a security director to fully succeed in protecting organizational assets

Range D= 9.0 – 10.4 F= 0.0 – 8.9

/ 15

Significance of establishing internal and external relationships to meet security operational objectives

15 points

Content of the paper identifies and evaluates

all

the internal and external groups with which a security director must establish strong professional and working relationships to meet security operational objectives

Range 13.5 – 15

13.4 points

Content of the paper identifies and evaluates

most of

the internal and external groups with which a security director must establish strong professional and working relationships to meet security operational objectives

Range 12.0 – 13.4

11.9 points

Content of the paper identifies and evaluates

several

of the internal and external groups with which a security director must establish strong professional and working relationships to meet security operational objectives

Range 10.5 – 11.9

10.4 points

Content of the paper identifies and evaluates

limited or no

internal and external groups with which a security director must establish strong professional and working relationships to meet security operational objectives

Range D = 9.0-10.4 F = 0.0-8.9

/ 15

Formatting, references, and APA citations Value : 10 Points

10 points

Paper is formatted exactly as required, all required citations and references are present and APA standards are followed in every respect.

Range 9.0 – 10.0

8.9 points

Paper is formatted as required with minor, inconsequential deviations, resource requirements are met, citations and references are present and APA standards are followed

Range 8.0 – 8.9

7.9 points

Paper is mostly formatted as required, but missing some required elements/sources or some APA errors are evident.

Range 7.0 – 7.9

6.9 points

Paper is missing major elements, lacks required sources or APA is not followed; however, a different citation method is used correctly.

Range D = 6.0 – 6.9 F = 0.0 – 5.9

/ 10

Grammar/Writing Mechanics Value 10 Points

10 points

No or minor English and grammar usage errors.

Range 9.0 – 10.0

8.9 points

A few minor/ inconsequential mistakes in English and grammar ussage.

Range 8.0 – 8.9

7.9 points

Some obvious mistakes evident in English and grammar usage.

Range 7.0 – 7.9

6.9 points

Many mistakes evident in English/grammar usage.

Range D = 6.0 – 6.9 F = 0.0 – 5.9

/ 10

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