Avoidance and Precautions (Part 6)

Parking Lot Security TipsAvoidance and Precautions (Part 6)

Park in well-lit areas or areas visible to • the workplace/lodging, etc.

  • If you can’t see more than 100 feet at night, park elsewhere.
  • Park in areas of the lot that have higher traffic.
  • If you are going to work after dark, move your car at some time during the day to a better, closer location.
  • Keep all valuables in the interior from being seen from the vehicle exterior, or secure in trunk.
  • Lock vehicle doors and keep windows rolled up—“venting” for heat provides easy access for thieves.
  • Use a steering wheel/column lock, such as “the Club.”
  • Car alarms and decals/stickers are effective deterrents.
  • Make use of restaurant or hotel valet parking.

ABIS Security Investigations Truth Verification, Risk Services & Investigations wants you to be safe. We offer services

  • Certified Voice Polygraph Analyser APAVSA WEL 060 completed 2010
  • Certified finger print analysis Visit www.afiswitch.co.za
  • Security grade E to A
  • Security Reaction
  • Security Cash In Transit
  • Security Commercial Retail
  • Private Security Industry Regulating Authority 2210519

Give us a call on any of the following numbers if we can assist you in any of the above named areas;
Paul Van Der Merwe: 071 426 1211
Yolanda: 082 430 2937
Office Number: 011 813 0092

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Avoidance and Precautions (Part 5)

In the Event of a RobberyAvoidance and Precautions (Part 5)

  • Remain calm.
  • Keep it short and smooth—handle the robbery as if it were a normal transaction.
  • If you must reach for something, tell the robber first.
  • Let the robber know you intend to obey.
  • Follow the orders of the robber immediately and exactly as instructed.
  • If you are not sure what the robber is telling you, ask.
  • If someone else is working with you or there is a possibility they will enter the area, let the robber know to avoid surprises.
  • If any shots are fired, immediately fall to the ground or take cover.
  • Calmly observe what the robber(s) looks like and what clothes are worn. Memorize peculiarities such as tattoos, scars, and prominent physical features.
  • Obtain the direction the robber(s) fled on foot or vehicle description and license number.
  • Immediately upon the exit of the robber(s) dial 911.
  • Preserve the area where the robber(s) may have touched.
  • Contact your manager.
  • If there are witnesses, ask them to remain there until the police arrive.
  • Begin to assess what has been taken or lost.
  • Do not argue with the robber(s).
  • Do not resist, arm yourself, or in any way fight with the robber(s).
  • Do not chase or follow the robber(s).
  • Do not activate any silent panic/holdup alarm unless you may do so without the knowledge or observations of the robber(s).

ABIS Security Investigations Truth Verification, Risk Services & Investigations wants you to be safe. We offer services

  • Certified Voice Polygraph Analyser APAVSA WEL 060 completed 2010
  • Certified finger print analysis Visit www.afiswitch.co.za
  • Security grade E to A
  • Security Reaction
  • Security Cash In Transit
  • Security Commercial Retail
  • Private Security Industry Regulating Authority 2210519

Give us a call on any of the following numbers if we can assist you in any of the above named areas;
Paul Van Der Merwe: 071 426 1211
Yolanda: 082 430 2937
Office Number: 011 813 0092

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Avoidance and Precautions (Part 4)

Assaults and Dealing with Possibly Mentally Disabled PersonsAvoidance and Precautions (Part 4)

ABIS Security Investigations Truth Verification, Risk Services & Investigations would suggest the following tactic if you are confronted with persons who appear to be deranged, mentally challenged, unstable, aggressive panhandlers, or abusing substances. Do not be aggressive in response. Make eye contact and use a calm, but firm voice to reply no to solicitations for money or other such requests. Make no sudden movements or hand gestures.

Use open hands, palm up and arms spread shoulder width apart (this action denotes “no harm”).

ABIS Security Investigations Truth Verification, Risk Services & Investigations wants you to be safe. We offer services

  • Certified Voice Polygraph Analyser APAVSA WEL 060 completed 2010
  • Certified finger print analysis Visit www.afiswitch.co.za
  • Security grade E to A
  • Security Reaction
  • Security Cash In Transit
  • Security Commercial Retail
  • Private Security Industry Regulating Authority 2210519

Give us a call on any of the following numbers if we can assist you in any of the above named areas;
Paul Van Der Merwe: 071 426 1211
Yolanda: 082 430 2937
Office Number: 011 813 0092

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WAT MISDADIGERS GRAAG WIL WEET:

Belangrike inligting wat misdadigers versamel om die beplande misdaad te vergemaklik.AIBIS Security lys punte WAT MISDADIGERS GRAAG WIL WEET

– Verlaat die inwoner(s) altyd die huis op dieselfde tyd.
– Verlaat die inwoners die huis gelyktydig.
– Bly iemand agter om die huis op te pas.
– Is daar `n spesiale afgespreekte sein/teken wanneer die inwoners terugkom.
– Kom die inwoner(s) altyd op dieselfde tyd terug.
– Is die inwoner(s) gereeld weg van die huis af.
– Gebruik die inwoner sterk drank.
– Word die inwoner(s) gou bang.
– Word die inwoner(s) gou kwaad.
– Dra die inwoner altyd sy vuurwapen.
– Wie dra almal vuurwapens in die huis.
– Watter soort vuurwapens het die inwoners.
– Hoeveel vuurwapens is in die huis.
– Word daar kontant in die huis gehou.
– Gaan die inwoner voor betaaldag bank toe.
– Is daar `n kluis in die huis en waar.
– Ondersteun die bure mekaar.
– Ouerdomme van inwoners en die bure.
– Gesels die inwoners gereeld met die bure.
– Is die bure bekend met die uitleg van die erf.
– Kan toegang tot die huis verkry word sonder dat die bure dit raaksien.
– Is daar `n hoë muur tussen die omliggende huise wat die uitsig versper.
– Is daar skuiling naby die huis.
– Stel die inwoner ondersoek in indien iets verdag plaasvind.
– Wanneer iemand in die huis iets verdag rapporteer, word dit ernstig opgeneem.
– Maak die inwoner seker dat sy honde daar is wanneer hy tuiskom.
– Is daar kwaai honde.
– Hoeveel en watter tipe telephone is in die huis.
– Word die deur en veiligheidshekke altyd, ook gedurende die dag ook gesluit.
– Is daar `n alarmstelsel geinstalleer.
– Word die voertuie altyd gesluit.
– Woon die huishulp in.
– Word besoekers by die huishulp toegelaat.

ABIS Security Investigation’s wil graag he jy en jou gesin moet veilig bly. Vir enige privaat ondersoeke of enige sekuriteits versoeke kontak ons om jou te help.

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Avoidance and Precautions (Part 3)

Inside BuildingsAvoidance and Precautions (Part 3)

  • Be aware of persons who may be loitering near building entrances or doorways.
  • Use the elevators (except in case of fire); avoid stairwells.
  • Lock doors to any equipment rooms or spaces where you are working immediately upon entering if ingress is available from public space.
  • Notify building security/maintenance/co-workers/ managers if you are working after normal business hours.
  • Leave yourself an “out”—a means of escape while you are working and if you are approached by suspicious persons.
  • Move or drive away from individuals or groups who will not take no for an answer or make you feel uneasy. Go for help or ask someone nearby for help.

ABIS Security Investigations Truth Verification, Risk Services & Investigations wants you to be safe. We offer services

  • Certified Voice Polygraph Analyser APAVSA WEL 060 completed 2010
  • Certified finger print analysis Visit www.afiswitch.co.za
  • Security grade E to A
  • Security Reaction
  • Security Cash In Transit
  • Security Commercial Retail
  • Private Security Industry Regulating Authority 2210519

Give us a call on any of the following numbers if we can assist you in any of the above named areas;
Paul Van Der Merwe: 071 426 1211
Yolanda: 082 430 2937
Office Number: 011 813 0092

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Avoidance and Precautions (Part 2)

In VehiclesAvoidance and Precautions (Part 2)

  • Park in well-lit areas.
  • Have keys ready when approaching vehicles.
  • Inspect vehicle before entering for signs of break-in, tampering, or persons inside the vehicle.
  • Ensure the vehicle is routinely serviced and maintained.
  • In high crime areas, do not carry credit cards and bring only the cash you will need.
  • Make sure you have a cell phone and utilize 911 for emergency calling in case of trouble.
  • Keep vehicle doors locked.
  • Pre – plan your route of travel.
  • Do not stop to assist stranded motorists, but call in safely from your cell phone.
  • Drive to the nearest police or fire station if being followed, etc. If rear-ended by another vehicle, pull • over in a public place to exchange information.
  • If your vehicle breaks down, use your cell phone to call for assistance.
  • Blow your horn if someone suspicious approaches your vehicle at a stop sign or traffic light.
  • Do not pull over for flashing headlights. An emergency or police vehicle will be equipped with red and blue flashing lights.
  • If you become lost, find a public place such as a gas station or other well-lit public area to ask for directions or call for assistance.
  • Use automatic teller machines only in bank or hotel lobbies, or drive-up units, and only during business hours in safe sections of town.
  • Use steering wheel locking devices (such as those called “the Club”).

ABIS Security Investigations Truth Verification, Risk Services & Investigations wants you to be safe. We offer services

  • Certified Voice Polygraph Analyser APAVSA WEL 060 completed 2010
  • Certified finger print analysis Visit www.afiswitch.co.za
  • Security grade E to A
  • Security Reaction
  • Security Cash In Transit
  • Security Commercial Retail
  • Private Security Industry Regulating Authority 2210519

Give us a call on any of the following numbers if we can assist you in any of the above named areas;
Paul Van Der Merwe: 071 426 1211
Yolanda: 082 430 2937
Office Number: 011 813 0092

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Avoidance and Precautions (Part 1)

ABIS Security Investigations Truth Verification, Risk Services & Investigations has listed below are a series of checklists and security rules to follow regarding personal security that you can pass along to your employees.

On FootOn Foot

Be alert of your surroundings.

  • Know where you are going. Utilize MapQuest, directions, GPS, road maps.
  • Know the location of the nearest police department.
  • Plan your route in advance.
  • Avoid dark corners.
  • Carry a flashlight if going to be walking after dark.
  • Avoid parking too far away.
  • If you sense you are being followed, change directions and continue to a public area, business, fire station, police station, fast food restaurant, etc., and ask for help.
  • Maintain a safe distance from others.
  • Alert others when fleeing from danger.

ABIS Security Investigations Truth Verification, Risk Services & Investigations wants you to be safe. We offer services

  • Certified Voice Polygraph Analyser APAVSA WEL 060 completed 2010
  • Certified finger print analysis Visit www.afiswitch.co.za
  • Security grade E to A
  • Security Reaction
  • Security Cash In Transit
  • Security Commercial Retail
  • Private Security Industry Regulating Authority 2210519

Give us a call on any of the following numbers if we can assist you in any of the above named areas;
Paul Van Der Merwe: 071 426 1211
Yolanda: 082 430 2937
Office Number: 011 813 0092

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Terrorist thinking

Investigations have verified that in most terrorist attacks, surveying the target has been utilized. The surveillance can be directed toward individuals, vehicles, residences, office buildings, job sites, and other locations, such as restaurants and clubs.Terrorist thinking

The bad guys have the advantage; they conduct this activity for real and every day. They know the terrain and areas. You are the one who is going to stand out by your mere presence; you will make an ideal target.

Those who are conducting the surveillance must take care not to stand out themselves or risk being observed by any third party member such as police, shop owner or security. They may go as far as to check out what types of activities would not draw attention, such as being in a business suit when the locale is township.

Those who are watching you may use one person only, which could alert you if you start to see the same person behind or around you wherever you go. If they use more than one person, then it will be harder to detect since they can trade off positions and people. If three or more persons are added, it will be increasingly difficult to spot the members of the surveillance team following you. The experts in counter surveillance would tell you to look for footwear or clothing worn on the lower body, such as pants for men, skirts for women, which will be harder to cover up or change out of is trying to appear differently to you.

There is methodology allowing you to try and force the surveillance team to show who the members are, such as suddenly stopping and turn around while walking, change your direction suddenly, change your walking speeds, enter shops or stores to see who lingers, or use windows, mirrors, or reflective services to observe who might be watching or following. Vehicle surveillance can be both easier and more difficult to detect, given the means with which this type of surveillance is conducted. As with foot patrol, one vehicle will be easier to spot than two or three. If your employees use the same routes and times in order to travel to and from work, the chances of you being successfully surveyed increase. Vehicle surveillance can be conducted, if you are using the same routes each day, in a manner that is extremely difficult to detect. A vehicle might follow you to a particular point or intersection one day, then turn off and break off contact. The next day, the surveying vehicle might pick you up at this same intersection and continue on, turning off at some farther location.

ABIS SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS TRUTH VERIFICATION, RISK SERVICES & INVESTIGATIONS WANTS YOU TO BE SAFE. WE OFFER SERVICES

  • Certified Voice Polygraph Analyser APAVSA WEL 060 completed 2010
  • Certified finger print analysis Visit www.afiswitch.co.za
  • Security grade E to A
  • Security Reaction
  • Security Cash In Transit
  • Security Commercial Retail
  • Private Security Industry Regulating Authority 2210519

GIVE US A CALL ON ANY OF THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS IF WE CAN ASSIST YOU IN ANY OF THE ABOVE NAMED AREAS;
PAUL VAN DER MERWE: 071 426 1211
YOLANDA: 082 430 2937
OFFICE NUMBER: 011 813 0092

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We need the public’s URGENT assistance!

Any person who can URGENTLY assist in the location of this lady and her  husband will be highly appreciated.
Please call 071 426 1211 / 082 430 2937/ 071 398 1526 if seen.

Daniel Johannes Kruger 881211 5143 083

Daniel Johannes Kruger

ID No: 881211 5143 083

 Marilyn Joubert (maiden surname)- 920111 0159 089

Marilyn Joubert
(maiden surname)

ID No: 920111 0159 089

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