The quality of a person’s life is in direct proportion to their commitment to
excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor.


ISP was founded in 2015 to help Career and Technical Education (CTE) students, active duty, and Veterans gain reputable certifications based on industry standards.  Through a relationship with The International Foundation for Protection Officers, ISP has been instrumental with certifying individuals nationwide.  ISP supports the continued professional development and growth of every individual involved with homeland security.


ISP prepares students for a lifetime of achievement and career success through knowledge, training, certification, and recognized best practices, as evidenced by achieving an industry recognized certification.


The Crime Scene Management certification is critical to learning, understanding, and protecting all types of crime scenes. The initial first responder is key to identifying critical aspects of the scene. Action taken early by security, loss prevention, assets protection, insurance companies, correctional officers, private organizations, military, and public safety plays a critical role in the outcome of any investigation prior to the scene being turned over to law enforcement. It is a misnomer that crime scene management starts and stops with the police. Certain crimes are not investigated by the police which requires private companies to evaluate and investigate. The Crime Scene Management candidate will gain mastery level knowledge, skills, and abilities for a proper response, scene security photography, diagrams, physical evidence collection, crime scene processing, impression evidence, bloodstain patterns, interviewing, and report writing. These principles can be applied by all first responders.

Natural and man-made disasters are becoming more common around the world. Exposure from radiation, solids, liquids, gases, and particulates are increasingly impacting animals. Emergency preparedness plans should take into account household pets, wildlife, poultry, livestock, and service animals before, during, and after a disaster. A Certification in Animal Decontamination helps to open dialogues between those responding to assist humans with those who assist the animals.

The CPO program is designed for security officers and students who wish to learn more about security/asset protection.  It is for the career-oriented individual. The difference between a guard and a Professional Security Officer? Guard vs. Professional Protection Officer.

Quality Policy

We have established this quality policy to be consistent with the purpose and context of our organization. It provides a framework for the setting and review of objectives in addition to our commitment to satisfy applicable customers’, regulatory and legislative requirements as well as our commitment to continually improve our management system.

  • Customer focus: As an organization, we have made a commitment to understand our current and future customers’ needs; meet their requirements and strive to exceed their expectations.
  • Leadership: Our Top Management have committed to creating and maintaining a working environment in which people become fully involved in achieving our objectives.
  • Engagement of people: As an organization, we recognize that people are the essence of any good business and that their full involvement enables their abilities to be used for our benefit.
  • Process approach: As an organization, we understand that a desired result is achieved more efficiently when activities and related resources are managed as a process or series of interconnected processes.
  • Improvement: We have committed to achieving continual improvement across all aspects of our quality management system; it is one of our main annual objectives.
  • Evidence-based decision making: As an organization, we have committed to only make decisions relating to our QMS following an analysis of relevant data and information.
  • Relationship management: We recognize that an organization and the relationship it has with its external providers are interdependent and a mutually beneficial relationship enhances the ability of both to create value.

Our policy is also to meet the requirements of other interested parties and to address our social, environmental, charitable, regulatory and legislative responsibilities. We have produced quality objectives which relate to this policy and they can be found in document R03 Quality Objectives. This policy is available/communicated to all interested parties as well as being made available to the wider community through publication on our Website and Intranet.