Tuesday, April 13, 2010
10:00 a.m. Registration
10:30 a.m. Welcome
Haynes Standard, Chair
2009-2010 Security Committee
Security Officer, Chief Financial Officer
North Georgia Bank, Watkinsville
11:00 a.m. Bank Robbery Update
A representative from the Federal Bureau of Investigation will provide a national review of robbery statistics along with an in-depth discussion of specific Georgia events and trends for the future.
12:00 noon Lunch
New and Upcoming Trends in the Security Market
Chris Lower, Consolidated Banking Services, Inc.
Chris Lower will discuss the latest innovations surrounding the security technological scene. Focusing on CCTV, Alarm, and Access Control, we will discuss the new products dominating the market, as well as some new products we can look forward to.
1:00 p.m. Peer Exchange
This session will allow time for attendees to participate in peer discussions based on security-related topics selected by GBA’s 2009-2010 Security Committee.
3:00 p.m. Break
3:15 p.m. Bank Security Training Panel Discussion
Janis Anderson, First Choice Community Bank, Senoia
Jerry Hargrove, Sea Island Bank, Statesboro
Kay Moon, Community & Southern Bank, I.O., Carrollton
In this session, a panel of bank security officers will address the importance of establishing a network of communication with other security officers, overcoming security training challenges, robbery prevention and response, and check fraud.
4:15 p.m. Internal Security Risks Posed by Economic Recession
Helms & Greene, LLC, Atlanta
With the widespread economic pressures, banks are also confronting new security and legal issues associated with employee financial struggles. This session will involve an up-to-date discussion concerning the state and federal legal standards which impact how banks address employee financial challenges such as bankruptcy filings, garnishment orders, foreclosures on property, and returned checks. We will also examine the legal standards which impact how banks handle suspected employee misappropriation and violation of bank policy, in cases of financial irregularities. Finally, Steve will discuss pre-employment measures the regulators expect banks will install, to minimize the likelihood that employees will engage in financial wrongdoing.
5:15 p.m. Conference Recess
5:30 p.m. Reception
Join attendees at a reception to network with colleagues
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast
8:30 a.m. Interviewing Techniques Workshop
Interviewing is both an art and
a science. In this session you will learn some of the successful techniques used
to interview suspects and gain confessions.
11:30 a.m. Conference Adjourns
11:30 a.m. Bank Security Academy Exam
If you have met the curriculum requirement (attend all 5 sessions plus the Annual Conference within 2 years), you may apply to sit for the exam. The application fee of $50 will cover transcript confirmation, examination grading, and a framed certificate.