While the landscape of banking is changing to focus more on cyber threats and fraud, many robbers still wear a mask and want the most important physical asset a bank has: cash. The Bank Protection Act of 1968 requires security officers to provide training for bank robberies, yet the act doesn’t regulate how it should be done. But a bank’s employees must be leveraged as its greatest asset. In this session, learn proven training practices for robbery prevention, employee safety during an incident, and robbery apprehension.
Dollie Kelly, Vice President of Security and Retail Operations, CBSO, ABCP