The true cost of a bank robbery:
The average bank robber escapes with relatively small amounts of cash but is the cash representative of the actual loss? Sick leave, workman's compensation claims, loss of goodwill and branch downtime impact financial institutions in ways that far exceed the loss of funds.
FRAUD and SECURITY TRAINING for FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
Effective Prevention and Survival Programs To Keep
Your Employees and Assets Safe
2013 BANK FRAUD BOOT CAMP and BANK ROBBERY SURVIVAL TRAINING SCHEDULE
Each session is from 9am to 4pm. The cost is $295 per person.
April 30th - Milwaukee, Wi.
Milwaukee County War Memorial Center
May 2nd - Philadelphia, Pa.
September 27th - Newport Beach, Ca.
October 30th, Miami, Florida Brickell Avenue Business Center, 1200 Brickell Ave. - Miami, FL 33131
More dates to be announced!
The Bank Fraud and Security Boot Camp 2013 Schedule of Events
9:00 am - What Organized Crime Wants from your FI and How to Stop Them
The second decade of the new millennium. Cyber and Financial fraud's meteoric rise and the battle to stop it.
10:00 am - Partnering with Customers to Reduce Losses and Restore Confidence
70% of fraud is discovered by our customers, not our systems. How do we enlist their help and cooperation in our joint efforts to prevent loss?
11:00 am - Internal Fraud - Are internal fraudsters lurking within your organization. Hear about how one long term Financial Institution employee caused the largest theft in banking history and the eventual insolvency and merger of her employer.
12:00 pm - Lunch
1:00 pm - Truth and Deception - Should you consider teaching front line staff truth detection skills to deter fraud and improve loan quality? Using the techniques seen in the Lie To Me television program and recommended by interviewing and interrogation experts, explore how savvy tellers and discerning loan officers may be just what the doctor ordered to curb losses and identify fraud deposits. Participate in the truth and deception recognition training to assist you and your staff in determining fact from fiction.
2:00 pm Financial Institution Security - Who will be the next victim?
A modified version of our full day Robbery and Violence in the Workplace program. If you feel that there aren't enough strategies available to avoid becoming a victim, you need to hear about S.A.F.E.C.A.L.M. and our other tools for preventing violent acts at our branches.
3:00 pm THE TAKEOVER - Can you train for the worst possible scenario to help ensure that your staff remain emotionally and physically sound? Our mock robbery exercise might change your mind about the way you currently train your staff.
4:00 pm Post Robbery Staff Support and Investigative Follow-up
Join as at one of these remarkable facilities as the Bank Robbery Survival Team guides you through a full day of training including a Mock Note Passer training and an intense MOCK takeover exercise. Join Security Professionals, law enforcement, Human Resources and training professionals for this valuable day allowing the participants to benefit by experiencing hands on real life experiences that threaten our front line staff.