Physical Security Professional (PSP)
The Physical Security Professional (PSP) credential demonstrates your knowledge of threat assessments and risk analyses; integrated physical security systems; and the appropriate identification, implementation, an ongoing evaluation of security measures. Earning a PSP demonstrates your expertise in managing physical security surveys, cost analyses, systems procurement, final acceptance testing, and implementation procedures. Those who earn the PSP are ASIS board certified in physical security.Additional Details
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American Council on EducationThis credential has been successfully evaluated by the American Council on Education for college credit. It is recommended for a total of 9 college credits. For more information about ACE CREDIT evaluations, visit www.acenet.edu.
American Council on Education3 semester hours in physical security systems in the upper-division undergraduate category
American Council on Education3 semester hours in internship, applied learning in safety, security, and law enforcement in the upper-division undergraduate category
American Council on Education3 semester hours in risk vulnerability and assessment, safety, security, and crisis administration in the upper-division undergraduate category