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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.

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.