CiNet Announces New Basic Security Officer Training Series

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Security Training Series Endorsed by the International Foundation for Protection Officers

"PSTN’s Basic Security Officer Training Series provides security officers with the knowledge they need most. The International Foundation for Protection Officers endorses this vital training content" stated Sandi Davies, Executive Director – IFPO.

Critical Information Network (CiNet), LLC, and its Professional Security Training Network (PSTN) announces the release of its newly updated Basic Security Officer Training Series (BSOTS). The interactive video and Web-based training is designed to arm security personnel with the knowledge and skills needed to ensure safety and protect assets. PSTN’s training curriculums include real-world demonstrations and actual situations in which security officers can engage online, increasing retention and results.

“PSTN’s Basic Security Officer Training Series is clearly needed by the Security community at precisely the right time. The rapid proliferation of security risks today has greatly impacted the margin of safety. We must give our first line of defense the tools and the training they need to protect themselves and those in their watch. The International Foundation for Protection Officers is proud to endorse this vital instructional content” stated IFPO Executive Director Sandi Davies.

The 12 part SCORM compliant series addresses both routine and high profile events facing security professionals every day. The interactive, video based courses include: Introduction to Asset Protection and Security, Physical Security and Crime Prevention, Patrols and Fixed Posts, Fire Protection and Life Safety, Criminal Law and Criminal Liability, Civil Law and Liability, Communications, Ethics, Deportment and Professional Conduct, Report Writing, Investigations, Human and Public Relations and Emergency Situations.

“PSTN has been the trusted provider of quality training for the security industry for over fifteen years. And now, with the launch of the new BSOTS curriculum and its interactive learning activities platform, we offer expanded instructional value to our customers and the Security community at large. We are proud to bring the new BSOTS curriculum to those that will benefit most from this critically important education” stated CiNet President and CEO Steve Albright.

CiNet offers flexible delivery options, featuring our custom learning management system or direct delivery to our customer’s network. Our trusted AICC/SCORM compliant content and training platform ensures compatibility and accompanying learning workbooks effectively support a stand-alone or blended-learning experience. PSTN’s Basic Security Officers Training Series can also be used in conjunction with hands-on training, creating a comprehensive and effective blended learning approach.

About CiNet
CiNet delivers performance-focused eLearning solutions to public safety, healthcare and industrial operations organizations. With one of the world’s largest libraries of educational multimedia materials and trusted industry brands that have served customers for over 20 years, CiNet’s customized training solutions are designed to help save lives, protect critical infrastructure, and improve workplace efficiency. For more information, please visit

Call 800-845-2443 or visit to receive a free 14-day trial.

About IFPO
The International Foundation for Protection Officers (IFPO) is dedicated to providing meaningful and cost effective security training for security guards and protection officers. We believe that education is a necessary and essential part of professional security training and the security officer's background. IFPO serves individuals, security companies, and organizations that have their own private security staff. Our students and members benefit from the recognition and standing that the prestigious IFPO certification conveys.

For further information, contact:

Lonny Wilder, VP – CiNet, Public Safety Group
4101 International Parkway
Carrollton, TX 75007
Phone (972) 309-4346
Critical Information Network


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