Site security audits

Our detectives and site security experts offer full site checks ranging from production focused internal procedures, monitoring, visitor control and access, storage access and employee security standards checks to wider local and regional crime and political risk checks. Key to the success of such audits are the following:  

  • CDDI teams have decades of law enforcement experience and are site-security experts.
  • A typical audit (primarily geared to the manufacturing sector) usually requires two to three days on the ground and grades and advises on physical security arrangements, camera placement and management, weaknesses with regard to product diversion, and specified areas such as employee management, contract analysis and pre-legal guidance advisory may be included on demand.
  • This is part of a forty-point security check program that guarantees that key risks, ranging from theft to product diversion to employee risk will not be overlooked.
  • Additionally, such audits may be tied in to environmental due diligence checks and in our experience this should often be the case.
  • The CDDI team is highly experienced in on site investigation in support of formal legal investigations and official liaison work with local prosecutors.

Team and further specialized audits 

The site security leader (TZ) is 44 years old, a former police officer, abd former official of specialized state services, as well as a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw and WSPol in Szczytno [Police University in Szczytno].  TZ has 25 years of experience in detecting crimes and abuses and preventive actions.

The team co-leader (JM) is 42 years old, a retired police officer and specialist of state services, a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw and Academy of National Defence, and Cardinal Stefan Wyszyzski University, specializing in the protection of classified information, combating terrorism and management. JM has 21 years experience in detecting crimes and criminal abuse. He is also an expert in preventative security measures.

Audit methodology

During the audit the CDDI team will perform analysis of internal and external threats based on previously disclosed irregularities and hypothetical events. This includes special attention to the analysis of criminogenic factors and threatened sites that will quickly point outirregularities and weaknesses in physical and procedural security, as well as loopholes in access control and video surveillance systems.

Although not specifically a focus of physical site security checks, the CDDI team typically exposes vulnerabilities to hacker attacks. In addition to documentation analysis, interviews are conducted with those currently overseeing the security processes of a given firm.

Another extremely important stage of work is the evaluation of the monitoring functionality with adopted written and customary procedures concerning the movement of goods, persons and vehicles, as well as verification of the correctness of procedures and the quality of security agents' operations. 

The client will then receive a report entailing the description and results of each stage of the audit. On the basis of the results of our activities, we develop recommendations for improving the effectiveness of procedural and technical security measures.

CDDI also cooperates with experts in the field of protection of persons and property in the form of direct physical protection and in the form of technical protection, as well as experts in the field of quality management systems. We also carry out security audits of housing estates.