During my days in casino operations, I would gauge a good Monday by whether the director of security stopped by my office to fill me in on the antics of the weekend. If he didn’t show by 10:00 a.m., I knew I could make progress on my list of tasks and projects.
For most of us, security operates in the background. The department that lurks in the shadows cleaning up the messes, escorting unruly patrons off property or writing incident reports. This is how we prefer it… barely seen and barely heard. If this is the case, it means all is well with the world.