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Physical Security Professional

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Physical Security Professional

A Physical Security Professional (PSP) is a ASIS International.

Purpose of certification

The intent of this certification is to provide employers a means of knowing that an individual has a high level of knowledge pertaining to physical security.

Skill requirements

Technical experience and skills involved in this certification include:

  1. Performing threat surveys to evaluate the dangers present at a location or in an organization.
  2. Design of security procedures and systems.
  3. Responsibilities of people associated with security and response procedures.
  4. Setup, operation, and maintenance of security systems.

Eligibility requirements

  1. Six years of experience in the physical security field.
  2. High school diploma, GED equivalent, or associate degree.
  3. The applicant must not have been convicted of any criminal offense that would reflect negatively on the security profession, ASIS, or the certification program."
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  1. Four years of experience in the physical security field.
  2. Bachelor's degree or higher.
  3. The applicant must not have been convicted of any criminal offense that would reflect negatively on the security profession, ASIS, or the certification program."

(from the PSP Credential Webpage)

See also

External links

  • Physical Security Professional webpage (Located at ASIS Online)
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