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Webinar: Desperation To Dedication:Robber Proofing Your Bank

11/08/2012 - 11/08/2012

Telephone Seminar

Time: 3:00 pm Eastern | 2:00 pm Central | 1:00 pm Mountain | 12:00 pm Pacific

Length: 60 Minutes

Historically bank robberies increase dramatically during the holiday season. Combine this with our current economy, the high unemployment rate, our countries preoccupation with drugs and the ease in which gambling can be accessed and we find ourselves in a time where "Robber Proofing" your bank has never been more important. When it comes to Robbery Prevention, Apprehension and Recovery no one can provide us greater insight than Troy Evans.

Today he is a speaker and consultant, sharing his story of endurance and personal transformation with audiences around the world. For nearly a decade now, he has provided financial institutions with real-life insight surrounding robbery prevention, apprehension and recovery. He didn't go to bank-robbing school. He didn't read a manual or serve and apprenticeship. Like many of his peers, he was simply a natural at finding the path of least resistance.

Having met and interviewed over 300 bank and credit union robbers he is able to give us a "look into the mind of the enemy".

Troy answers questions such as:

  • Why robberies are on the rise nationwide and why he believe this trend will continue
  • Why does the holiday season bring such an increase in robberies
  • Why are "morning glory" robberies on the rise and how do we counter this
  • Why would-be robbers always take the path of lease resistance
  • How are institutions cased
  • How do I get my bank employees to buy into their importance in robbery prevention
  • Case by case analysis in dye packs and when to activate the silent alarm
  • The rate of recidivism for bank robbers and do prior robberies mean that we are high risk
  • Why do over 50% of all robberies occur on Friday's between 9 and 11 am
  • How to conduct a Risk Assessment through Law Enforcement and Crime Statistics
  • How are most bank robbers apprehended
  • How physical locations are viewed by would-be robbers
  • What to do during a robbery and what actions to take immediately following a robbery
  • Why employees are you most important resource when it comes to robbery prevention, apprehension and recovery
  • How to utilize Suspicious Activity Logs and Non-Disclosure Contracts

Presenter:

Troy Evans pursued a career as a self-employed addict, drug dealer, gambler and thief for more than 15 years. Ultimately, his disregard of values and discipline resulted in a 13 year Federal Prison sentence. Facing the obstacles, pressures and violence of prison life, he was determined that his time behind bars would not be wasted. Today he is a speaker and consultant, sharing his story of endurance and personal transformation with audiences of all ages. For over a decade now he has provided financial institutions with real-life insight surrounding robbery prevention, apprehension and recovery. He didn't go to bank robbing school. He didn't read a manual or serve an apprenticeship. Like many of his peers, he was simply a natural at finding the path of least resistance.

Having met and interviewed over 300 bank and credit union robbers he is able to give us a "look into the mind of the enemy". Troy answers question such as: What goes through the mind of an armed drug addict as he cases a bank branch? How does desperation spark inventive solutions? And, what can financial institutions do to deter a desperate criminal?

Pricing*

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ICBA Members

$179

$199

$199

Nonmembers

$279

$299

$299

* All options include handouts.

1 CPE Credit

Program Level: Basic-Intermediate

For more information, call 800-422-7285.






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