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PSeMS

Port Security Management Systems
Community Security Best Practices
 Designed for Mass Environments and Critical Infrastructure Security Protection
  • Guidance

  • Case Studies

  • Diagnostic Audit

  • Training & Implementation

  • Collaboration

  • Communication

Click the brochure to learn more about PSeMS and our training workshop.  This is a preview of the program - a formal announcement will be forthcoming.

River Thames, London

Orgin of Project Griffin

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PSeMS -  Security Evidence Based Practices

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Community Intelligence

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Securtiy Culture

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Collaboration

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Review and Adoption

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Pre-announcement information

For additional information about PSeMS contact us at: griffin@interportpolice.org

Book at time to call and discuss the training program

The Port Security Management System (PSeMS) provides a structured and proactive framework for assuring an organization’s security. PSeMS incorporates an approach to security that addresses the components of information, physical, cyber and personnel, and incorporates the requirement of accountability at a senior level within the organization. This document will address how government authorities and associated stakeholders using the PSeMS framework can provide a more secure and safe environment. This framework helps coordinate processes and procedures covering governance, legal requirements, operating procedures, delivery, monitoring, review, and audit for security.

The Community Security Best Practices (CSBP) incorporates the Griffin strategy and the associated Port Security Management System (PSeMS) to provide a demonstrably sound approach to security that is applicable for both business-as-usual (BAU), emergencies, and crisis management. It is built on the foundation of lessons learnt and best practices. Each step is soundly embedded in our learnings from our global outreach and interaction with authorities and organizations that have experienced such events.

 

We invite you to review the preview brochure to learn more.  The full practice will be released in the upcoming month.  Training can be schedules later in December on premise or at a regional program.  For additional training contact our training director.

The Port Security Management Systems - PSEMS is underwritten by: The Morrone 9/11 Center

Making the World a Safer Place

PSeMS was the outcome of a multi-year program led by McClumpha Associates Limited working closely with senior representatives of the UK’s Critical National Infrastructure [CNI]. We are pleased to welcome Andrew McClumpha as part of the InterPortPolice team and PSeMS lead expert. The Protective Security Management Systems [PSeMS] is a product of the United Kingdom’s Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure [CPNI www.cpni.gov.uk ]. 

Project Griffin International

It take a community to protect an environment

Project Griffin International (PGI) is an evidenced based Counterterrorism and security program that brings together evidence based practices through lessons learned and stakeholder and community collaboration and engagement.   PGI is a program of the INTERPORTPOLICE under a 2015 UK MOU.  Project Griffin International is supported by the Morrone 9/11 Center for Counterterrorism and Security.  Project Griffin is a registered trademark of the City of London Police, all rights reserved.

Acknowledgements: The INTERPORTPOLICE has led and supported reviews and analysis of multiple terrorist and security events and activities in collaboration that included police, security and government leaders through forums, workshops, and on the ground activities. Organisations engaged in this process included the European Airport and Seaport Police,  EU Airpol, Airport Law Enforcement Network, Australian Federal Police, Canadian Police and Border Services, Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, International Maritime Organization, United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime, INTERPOL, New Zealand Police and their Border Service, and UK Police.  We would like to offer a special thanks to the London Metropolitan Police, City of London Police, Ports Protective Security, National Counter Terrorism Policing HQ, National Counter Terrorism Security Office, Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Los Angeles Airport and Seaport Police; and the many other  jurisdictions for their participation and assistance.  This work could not have evolved without their cooperation.