CS / PSeMS

The Community Security Best Practice (CSBP) guidance provides a proven strategy based on the following three areas:

  • Education

  • Collaboration 

  • Communication

Practice Guide Chapters:

  • Primary Considerations

  • Critical Infrastructure

  • Security Scope and Evaluation

  • Learning from History

  • Port Security Management Systems 

  • Security Integration

  • Project Griffin International Community 

  • Security Risk Planning

  • Intelligence

  • Joint Port Intelligence

  • Insider Threat

  • Communications

  • Media

  • Technology Systems

  • Closed Circuit Television 

  • Crisis Response

  • Training and Exercising

  • Staff Requirements

  • Evidenced Based Practices

  • Register

  • Training and Services Provided

  • Portals and Communication

  • Evaluation, Review & Certification

CSBP / PSeMS Registration
THERE IS NOT FEE FOR THE PRACTICE GUIDE
Only personnel with an official email address will be acknowledge.  Once verified a digital work book link  and PDF will be forwarded along with the GAP analyst; along with contact personnel and training information.
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Registration is for official use; those who register are enrolled with organizational observer status if their country is a member of the United Nations, INTERPOL, or an arrangement such an an MOU, with the INTERPORTPOLICE. and are eligible for participation based on those benefits.  Additional information will be forwarded in this regards.  There are no fees for the practice documents.

Upon registering, you will be sent to the SRMX Collaborative Communication Page for details on participation in one of our network programs, if qualified.

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