With the increase in robbery incidents, please join in on this timely training for credit unions as Jim Rechel presents robbery prevention techniques. This webinar will cover:
Discover how to utilize the “Gift of Fear”
Learn about a “Deterrence Halos”, Natural Surveillance, Access Management and Branch configurations
Understand the importance of “SafeSites”
Explore “WalkAway Strategies”
Utilize and implement effective robbery-prevention procedures that prevent fraud as well as robbery
Uncover methods in handling suspicious situations and extortion scenarios with “Exit” strategies
Organize your uniform robbery-response procedures
Develop skills that enable you to better serve your members while deterring robberies
Jim Rechel is president of The Rechel Group, Inc., a risk-consulting firm headquartered in Cincinnati, OH. He is on the board of The Institute for Criminal Justice Education located in Montgomery, Alabama, a member of numerous national organizations and is a Certified Financial Security Officer. He is a past local board member of the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators Association and the American Society of Industrial Security. Prior to working for The Rechel Group, Inc., Rechel was vice president for Fifth Third Bank headquartered in Cincinnati, where he held positions in various departments, including Retail, Lending and Security Director.
His presentations are both energetic and informative, with practical application and solutions for business professionals. His work has been highlighted in both local and national publications including CEO magazine, Security Director Digest, Cincinnati Enquirer, USA Today and CNBC.
The educational investment is one of the following:
Small credit union discount does not apply.
Registration deadline: March 28, 2014
IN 2014: Archive registrations will allow credit unions to access the archive files for the remaining calendar year of 2014 (expires 12/31/2014). There is no limit to the number of times the archive files can be viewed.
Schedule (All times shown are Indianapolis local time.)
10:30 – 11:30 a.m. ET or Archive link
What you will need to participate in a Webinar
Telephone – dial into conference call
Computer with Internet access
Handouts will be e-mailed in advance.
Instructions and handouts will be emailed to registrants about one week in advance of the webinar date.
Who Should Attend
The seminar is for managers, security officers and front-line staff responsible for implementing security measures in the credit union.
Registrations cancelled less than five working days before the session date will be subject to a 50 percent cancellation fee.
If you have a disability requiring special services, contact Kim Settles at (800) 285-5300, ext. 5341, or (317) 594-5341 prior to the session.