Peace Corps Office of the Inspector General
This publically-available audit report evaluates successes and weaknesses in the Peace Corps safety and security program to date. Despite significant achievements, the report identifies areas where Peace Corps needs to improve “in order to ensure that the agency’s safety and security program is complete, implemented consistently, and positioned to meet the unique safety and security challenges it faces”. Suggested improvements centre on a clear management structure and defined roles and responsibilities, leading to better implementation of security policies and procedures through strong leadership, supported by wide awareness and participation in incident reporting and other initiatives. Annexes to the report include a lengthy section on the objective, scope and methodology of the audit.
Personal Security for Humanitarian Staff
28 May 2013
Wellingborough, near London, United Kingdom
Clarity's courses aim to equip Humanitarian Staff with skills to both prevent and respond to the most prevalent security threats they face in the c...
Security Guard Training Level 2
30 May 2013
Guards are the frontline of the security of staff and property in organisations’ offices, residences and warehouses. For effective prevention...
Security Awareness and First Aid Training (SAFA)
03 Jun 2013
West Sussex, United Kingdom
This training has been developed to meet the need for cost-effective and risk-appropriate Personal Security and First Aid Training for staff in the...