Security and Theft Prevention
1. Auflage 2012,
266 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 156 mm x 235 mm, Gewicht: 410 g
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Inc
Coughlin Cargo CrimeCargo crime—including theft, fraud, and the passage of contraband through commercial shipping lanes—poses an enormous threat to security and the economy. By understanding the current methods and operations of those who attack the supply chain, industry professionals can design effective security plans and law enforcement can properly investigate these crimes. Cargo Crime: Security and Theft Prevention is drawn from the author’s personal experiences as a law enforcement detective and supervisor and as a regional security manager for a large multimode transportation and logistics company. The book reviews emerging trends, identifies criminal tactics, discusses law enforcement response to cargo theft, and presents best practices to help businesses avoid victimization by cargo thieves.
The various modes of freight transportation and the differences in cargo crime activity in each mode
Methods of operation used by organized crime syndicates and narcotic smugglers
The effective use of public and private information-sharing partnerships to thwart criminal activities
Known profiles consistent in over 90 percent of contraband shipments
Cargo crime is a critical concern of freight transportation operators, manufacturers, shippers, insurers, law enforcement, and consumers. This book arms professionals charged with protecting the supply chain with essential information that can help them investigate and uncover criminal activity and develop a first class cargo security program.
Transportation, logistics, supply chain security, and risk management professionals; homeland security professionals; law enforcement officers; students in these programs; and FDA, TSA, and USDA officials.
Weitere Infos & Material
OVERVIEW OF CARGO CRIMECargo Crime: Definition and TrendsBackground and PerspectiveDefinition of Cargo TheftCurrent Data and Data Collection EffortsAnalysis of SC-ISAC Data for 2009–2011Cargo Theft Activity by StateWhere Thefts OccurWhen Thefts OccurWhat’s StolenModes of Freight TransportationFreight ModalitiesCargo Crime by ModalityPerpetrators of Cargo CrimeOrganized Cargo CriminalsFull TruckloadFictitious or Fraudulent Pick-UpsHigh-Value Warehouse BurglariesOpportunistic Cargo TheftInternal Theft Rings: ConsolidationCommercial Vehicle SmugglingTruck-Stop CrimeFencing: Where Stolen Cargo GoesINDUSTRY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT RESPONSESIndustry ResponsesThe VisionIndustry Security CouncilsSouthwest Transportation Security CouncilEastern Region Cargo Theft AssociationWestern States Cargo Theft AssociationMid-South Cargo Security CouncilSoutheast Transportation Security CouncilMid-West Cargo Security CouncilVirginia–Carolinas Cargo Security CouncilPharmaceutical Cargo Security CoalitionNational Transportation Security OrganizationsNational Insurance Crime BureauASIS Supply Chain and Transportation Security CouncilTransported Asset Protection Association (TAPA)Information SharingArchiving and AnalysisLaw Enforcement ResponsesCargo Theft Law Enforcement ResponsesLaw Enforcement EducationSWTSC Law Enforcement TrainingHandling ContrabandPrevention and AwarenessPrevention: The Best PolicyFirst Annual Texas Cargo SummitPersonnel SecurityFacility Physical SecurityBusiness Partner RequirementsProcedural SecurityIn-Transit SecurityInformation Technology SecurityBrokerage and Freight BoardsSecurity Training and Threat AwarenessLegal Best PracticesCurrent Technologies for Prevention and RecoveryCargo InsuranceMoving ForwardEssential Decisions for IndustryLobbying for Cargo Theft Task Forces and Cargo Crime ProgramsBordernetProcedures and Resources to Develop BordernetLobby for formation of Cargo Theft Task ForcesUSING BEST PRACTICESEpilogueLearning from RealityBIBLIOGRAPHYAPPENDIX A: SOUTHWEST TRANSPORTATION SECURITYCOUNCIL FREIGHT TERM GLOSSARYINDEX