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The 15 Most Common Types of Hospital Security Officer Training

Report Writing and Incident Reporting Officer Training

This year 76 percent of respondents said they require report writing training for officers. That figure was 79 percent in our 2013 survey.

“It seems like such a mundane part of the job but if I have a hospital security officer, even if they look really good, if they can’t articulate what they saw and did, if they can’t document properly, that’s a huge risk to the organization because that’s what’ll be looked at if there’s any kind of litigation or regulatory scrutiny down the road. If an event occurs, even if you did everything right, if you can’t document it you can still get in trouble. I think that’s something a lot of people don’t understand.”

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