Alarm System: Any electronic intruder detection, hold-up or duress alarm system installed for the purpose of detecting or signalling security related incidents, whether or not as part of another system (e.g. an access control system).
Campus Security Office: The main security office at or responsible for a university campus or other location.
Capital Works Project: University project over $500,000 and/or managed by Facilities and Services Division’s Capital Works.
Controlled Area: Any area or space on campus or at another university facility to which general or public access is not available at that time, and this may be characterized by signs, locked doors, fences, boom-gates, sentinel tape, or be defined by the instruction of a campus security officer or designated member of staff.
Crime Prevention Coordinator: A person appointed to the role by the university.
Critical Assets: Any university equipment, documents, intellectual or other property, the loss of which would seriously impact on the activities of the university.
Department/Faculty Access Coordinator: A staff member in a given department or faculty who has been delegated the authority by their dean or department head to grant, deny or revoke access privileges to controlled areas for which the faculty or department is directly responsible.
Facilities and Services Representative: A person appointed to the role by the university.
Manager Campus Services: A person appointed to the role in Facilities and Services Division by the university.
Minor Works Project: University project under $500,000.
Monitored Alarm System: One which is connected via LAN, WAN, PSTN or other means to a central monitoring station, or the university security control room, which will communicate system alerts and facilitate appropriate responses to alarms.
Project Manager: A person appointed to the role by the university.
Security Equipment Installer: A person who is employed or retained to install, repair, service or maintain security equipment.
Security Supervisor: A person appointed to the role by the university.
University Security Advisory Office: The university (organisational) divisional security management unit.
University Security Manager: A person appointed to the role by the university.
University Standard: A specification, maintained by the university security advisory office, for all university electronic security system equipment, from which all minor and major project work security specifications are to be developed.
University Security Systems Coordinator: A person appointed to the role by the university.