Friday, 28 April 2017

Women Empowerment



Women are empowered by society as well as legally, simply speaking some basic rights that are universal applied to both genders but specifically for women include the following:-
• Rights as a woman for dignity and respect that implies no male of any age has the right to make advances at a woman tease or sexually harass her.
• A privilege to respect under all circumstances. No one has the rights to make women uncomfortable, whether at work place, home or on the streets, whether in school, college or in a social gathering.
• Rights to physical and mental security. No one has the rights to use physical force, torture physically or mentally, or coerce women in any way, no matter relationship with that person.
• Privilege to complain. Women have all the rights to complain when violated even in the smallest way. Take advice and adopt the correct course under such circumstances, whatever is the status of the individual, be it boss, relative or a neighborhood bully.
• Rights as a women employee for security by the organization as per Visakha guidelines for prevention of sexual harassment at the workplace.
• Violence physical or mental against women is not her fate as is made out to be in some cases. Dominant behavior is not anyone’s right and not a women’s destiny, thus complaining against the same is in perfect order.

Thursday, 27 April 2017

Some Tactics for Protecting Your Stuff




Top some Tactics for Protecting Your Stuff - 
1. Sign your gear, add return incentives
Your wallet or purse already has your license in it for identification and mailing, but what about your other, possibly more expensive gear? You should definitely get a label on it.
2. Get a carry bag that doesn't scream "Steal me!"
Targus bags and other carriers meant to look like a laptop, or have a generally high-tech appearance, do a great job of letting everyone know that something inside is expensive enough to buy a single-purpose bag for.
3. Put a cute baby in your wallet
When researchers left 240 wallets scattered around the streets of Edinburgh, Scotland, they inserted an equal number of cute baby, puppy, family, and elderly pictures in them, along with a relevant mailing address. They received 42 percent of the wallets back overall, but 88 percent of the wallets with cute babies in them came back.
4. Destroy a credit card the right way
If you're looking to ditch one of your expired or unused credit cards, don't just give it one or two token scissor cuts and toss it where identity thieves would love to have a go at it.
5. Erase your hard drives the permanent way
You might not need to mount your hard drives and fire at them with real ammunition, but a quick read through our feature on properly erasing your physical media will make you want to truly cleanse your drives before donating, selling, or handing them off.

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Skill Development Environment



While India has large young population, only 5% of the Indian labour force in the age group of 20-24 years has obtained vocational skills through formal means. According to Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India, about 63% of the school students drop out at different stages before reaching high school yet there are very few training programs accessible to early drop outs. 
Approximately 2.5 million vocational training seats are available in the country whereas about 12.8 million people enter the labour market every year. This significant gap ensures that large number of youth do not have access to skill development for improving their employ ability. Gauging this need of the local community, especially the youth, who find themselves inept at supporting their family due to absence of any professional skill, Human People to People India operates various skill development & training programs. These initiatives aim to improve the employ ability of the working population including school drop-outs, semi-skilled and un-skilled workers.
These programs include basic computer & data entry, mobile repairing, sales representative training, beauty culture training, cutting, tailoring and handicrafts. The projects also organize English speaking courses for the youth to enhance probability of their employment as today’s multi-cultural and multi-lingual work environment uses English as a standardized means of communication. These programs are designed to have high local relevancy and in-built flexibility.
About 54 percent people say that environmental protection and conservation is the most important area to achieve sustainable development, followed by economic development (31 per cent) and social security (15 per cent). About 42 per cent believed that financial and technological collaborations would drive the sustainable development agenda, followed by peace, security and governance, and equity and differentiated responsibility (27 per cent & 29 per cent respectively).

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Event Security- Challenges and Principles



The focus is on national and regional events, which often include a variety of VIPs and may be targets for terrorists, other criminals, and protestors. The variety of approaches discussed can be tailored to large or small local special events.

Challenges and Principles
1-In planning and managing major special events, law enforcement must:
Plan for worst-case scenarios—extraordinary crimes, violence by protestors, a possible terrorist attack, natural disasters—but also be thoroughly prepared to deal with ordinary crimes and
Incidents (fights, drunkenness, etc.).
2- Weigh the security measures that conceivably could be taken (e.g., street closures, searches, highly visible tactical units) against the jurisdiction’s desire to produce events that are enjoyable, well attended, and profitable.
3- Ensure that the event continues safely and at the same time respect Constitutional rights, including freedom of speech and assembly.
4- Establish new and effective—but temporary—organizational arrangements, management structures, and methods of communication.
5- Ensure that the rest of the jurisdiction receives essential law enforcement services, regardless of the size or importance of the event.
6- Ensure that appropriate central officials, such as Security Advisors, are informed in advance about events with national or international significance to guarantee central awareness and possible support.


The guidelines offer principles for major event planning and management that recognize these challenges. The most obvious principle—one that many in law enforcement said cannot be Overstated—is that timely, effective planning, communication, and training are critical.

Sunday, 23 April 2017

Crimes Against Women And Safety



The difference between a man and a woman has certainly taken a form of a monster which is now feeding on the female strata of society. There would be no women in India if we do not act now. Women are empowered by society as well as legally, simply speaking some basic rights that are universal applied to both genders.Some of crimes against women as below-
Kidnapping
The term kidnapping refers to either kidnapping from India or kidnapping from lawful guardianship. Sec 360 of the IPC states that whoever conveys any person beyond India without his consent is said to kidnap that person from India and whoever takes a away a minor (16yrs in case of male and 18yrs in case of female) without his consent or the guardian’s consent is said to kidnap that person from lawful guardianship.
Chain Snatching
Theft against women confines to chain-snatching and other valuables. This is a common problem of modern society. Old-age women are the most affected class of these crimes. The offenders also disguise themselves as police officials and ask women to give their valuables for the purpose of safety.
Rape
Rape is a much broader term to be defined and its scope is of wider perspective. It is the most common crime against women and the Indian society and system has failed to end this heinous crime.
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence is yet another term which is common in our country as women were and are considered to be the inferior strata of human society. The psychology was that the man earned and worked outside so he had the right to do anything with his wife. But with time, the trend changed and now women equally work.
Acid Attacks
However sale of acids without proper information have been banned by the government of India, Acid attacks are still in trend to threaten women and hurt them.
Stalking
Stalking is a new crime in trend against women. Stalking means breaching the privacy of women by following or regular contacts or monitoring on internet or any other electronic communication.
Such incidents of assault on the modesty of woman compel us to review the plight and status of women in the existing so called modern society. Such incidents show the nadir point of dominance of lust-ridden mindset of perpetrators of crime against women which is not tolerable at all, which forced us to have concern for the security and safety of women in our society. The sparking of public outrage following Delhi Gang rape and self geared protests of men and women; young or old, even children on streets across the country for demanding Justice to brave heart led to amend the criminal Laws relating women. However it appears that mere enactment of strong Laws is not sufficient.

Thursday, 20 April 2017

Hotel Security



Even when hotels have strong security policies and procedures in place, they are still vulnerable to cyber attacks, break-ins, theft, fraud, and other crimes. That’s why it’s vital to take precautionary measures and continually evaluate security programs. “Having robust security in place means a better, safer, guest experience,” says security consultant. “When department managers and other employees think more about #Safety and #Security, you can prevent a lot of theft and minimize dangers.”
Insufficient security has repercussions beyond guests losing belongings to theft. Hotels can be held liable for the criminal acts of third parties.
Guest Safety: Ensuring Return Stays and a Good Reputation-
When guests check in, they’re likely more concerned about making a meeting or going sightseeing. Security shouldn’t be on their minds during, or after, their visit. Here’s how:
1. Update locks. Locks that can track who goes in and out of rooms can serve as a deterrent to theft. “When employees realize there’s an audit process on door security, it makes rooms less prone to theft and can better prevent external threats from thieves, or systems that eliminate the need for master keys.
2. Make time for safety meetings. Perhaps as part of a regular meeting, schedule time to talk about guest safety. Training videos are a low-cost way to share information about guest safety and can train employees about how to spot suspicious behaviour.
3. #Monitor activity with software. Having #Closed Circuit Television to monitor the property doesn’t matter too much if no one is looking at the monitors. Some of these systems have voice command capability, where operators can see and warn off people captured on surveillance.
4. Evaluate and improve—quickly. director of security should conducts weekly reviews of the property and even has checklists for staff to ensure areas, such as stairwells, are clean, safe, and well lit. “We concentrate on our liability,”. “If we know of something that’s happened, if someone was robbed or there was an accident, that area is quickly addressed. We can’t ignore it. We do something immediately to protect from another event happening.”
5. Meet and greet. One of simplest, but most effective, ways of securing a property is to provide excellent customer service. “Engage customers you encounter,” #Expert says. “Ask them about their stay and if there’s anything you can do to help. You don’t have to throw more labor at security. Just make employees a little smarter.” By talking with people on your property, staff can determine if there’s a non-guest who may intend to commit a crime. Employees should also look out for people who don’t fit the profile of the hotel’s typical guest.


Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Importance of Teamwork at Work



Teamwork in the workplace offers the company and staffs the ability to become more familiar with each other and learn how to work together. There are several ways in which teamwork is important and vital to the success of the company and to the development of each employee..
1- Delegation- A team that works well together understands the strengths and weaknesses of each team member. One of the benefits of strong teamwork in the workplace is that team leaders and members become proficient at dividing up tasks so they are done by the most qualified people. Without strong teamwork, it can be difficult for managers and executives to determine which staff members can best accomplish job tasks.
2- Efficiency- Work groups and teams develop systems that allow them to complete tasks efficiently and quickly. When a task is handed to a well-trained and efficient team, the team's work pace assures that the task will be completed quickly and accurately. This allows the company to take on more work and generate more revenue without having to add more staff. This becomes helpful when efficient teams from different departments work together. Each team is well aware of its own abilities and the groups can work together effectively as opposed to disjointed groups of employees who may not be familiar with how to work together.
3- Ideas- Teams in the workplace often meet to discuss how to solve company issues. When a team works well together, it allows staff members to feel more comfortable in offering suggestions. Team members become accustomed to processing brainstorming information, and the company benefits from the variety of suggestions that come from effective teams.
4- Support - There are challenges each day in any workplace, and a strong team environment can act as a support mechanism for staff members. Work group members can help each other improve their performance and work together toward improving their professional development.