2013 Building Security Audits
It’s that time of year again…
Please click on the following link to access this year’s online survey:
Please note that all responses are due by Thursday, February 28, 2013.
The Office of Security Management
The Office of Security Management (OSM) is the central security management authority of the County. The chief responsibilities and functions of the unit are to:
- Monitor and address security issues throughout the County through the administration of the County’s security incident reporting, threat assessment, and building/physical security assessment programs.
- Work with various levels of County management, law enforcement agencies, and other government offices to assess the security needs and issues involving County employees.
- Work with County management to identify resources and develop solutions to County security and employee safety issues
- Develop and provide training to County employees in areas such as field safety and violence in the workplace.
The Office of Security Management also conducts criminal and confidential investigations for the County and regulates County badges and identification cards in accordance with the County of Los Angeles’ badge ordinance.
The Office of Security Management is staffed by Sheriff’s Department law enforcement personnel on loan to the Chief Executive Office, and professional staff.
Employees are welcome to contact the Office of Security Management regarding issues pertaining to security or personal safety issues in the workplace.