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Exam PSP topic 1 question 17 discussion

Actual exam question from ASIS's PSP
Question #: 17
Topic #: 1
[All PSP Questions]

A security analyst should do which of the following in situations where a review of past and current crimes for a given site or facility cannot be sampled?

  • A. Restrict the analysis to potential crimes that could be committed at the targeted location.
  • B. Expand the analysis to include petty crimes.
  • C. Expand the analysis to include actual crimes committed outside the targeted location.
  • D. Restrict the analysis to crimes committed within the targeted location.
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Suggested Answer: D 🗳️


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Selected Answer: C
This approach takes into account external factors that could impact the site’s security. It acknowledges that crimes elsewhere may have implications for the facility.
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