Chapter Library

Chapter Library

1. “Art of Investigative Interviewing”, 2nd Edition.*
2. “Corporate Crime Investigation”*
3. “Design and Evaluation of Physical Protection Systems”**
4. “Effective Physical Security”, 2nd Edition**
5. “Effective Security Management”, 3rd Edition, Charles A. Sennewald, CPP, 385 pp., 1998.
6. “Emergency Planning Handbook”, ASIS Standing Committee on Disaster Management, 96 pp., 1995.
7. “Encyclopedia of Security Management”, John J. Fay, CPP, Editor, 824 pp., 1993.
8. “Fundamentals of Criminal Investigation”, 6th Edition, Charles E. O’Hara and Gregory L. O’Hara, 1010 pp., 1994.
9. “Handbook of Loss Prevention and Crime Prevention”, 3rd Edition, Lawrence J. Fennelly, Editor, 552 pp., 1999.
10. “High-Technology Crime Investigator’s Handbook”*
11. “Introduction to Investigations”, 2nd Edition*
12. “Introduction to Private Investigation: Essential Knowledge and Procedures for the Private Investigator”*
13. “Introduction to Security”, 6th Edition, Robert J. Fischer and Glon Green, 537 pp., 1998.**
14. “Investigations: 150 Things You Should Know”*
15. “Managing Today!”, 2nd Edition, 651 pp., 2000.
16. “Private Security and the Investigative Process”, 2nd Edition.*
17. “The Process of Investigation: Concepts and Strategies for Investigators in the Private Sector”, 2nd Edition, Charles A. Sennewald, CPP and John K. Tsukayama, CPP, 332 pp., 2001.*
18. “Protection of Assets Manual”, Timothy Williams, CPP, Editor, Four-volume set.
19. “Risk Analysis and the Security Survey”, 2nd Edition, James F. Broder, CPP, 352 pp., 2000.**
20. “Security and Loss Prevention”, An Introduction, 3rd Edition, Philip P. Purpura, CPP, 485 pp., 1998.
21. “Security Investigations: A Professional’s Guide”*
22. “Undercover Investigations in the Workplace”*
23. “U.S. Army Physical Security Field Manual”, FM 3-19.30 (Excerpted).**
* PCI Study Reference Books
** PSP Study Reference Books

Borrowing Requirements

  • For information about borrowing any of these text books, contact Bill Parkin, CPP by email wparkin@avaya.com
  • Borrower must be a member of ASIS International (dues paid)
  • Borrower must be a member of the Western New Jersey Chapter #088

  • All borrowed material must be returned at the end of two weeks.  A one-time extension of no more than two weeks may be granted by the Professional Certification Representative of the chapter if there is no member requesting the same material.

  • Borrower may request up to two text books at one time.

  • The borrower must pick up and drop off all materials to the Professional Certification Representative.

  • Borrower is responsible to return all materials in the same condition as it was received.  All damaged/lost materials must be replaced by the borrower.

  • At the discretion of the Professional Certification Representative, priority lending may prevail to a borrower who has submitted an application for professional certification.