Bank robberies are rarely as glamourous as they look in Hollywood blockbusters like "The Town" or "The Dark Knight". In fact, often times there aren't masked crusaders weilding guns or thug like giants at all. In fact, bank robbers are typically the bank's own employees. Who knows the layout of the bank, the codes to the safes, and where the security cameras are located better than an employee? As someone working in security careers, it's your job to help not let this crime go committed.
According to ABC News, "In 2011, there were more than 5,500 reports of suspected embezzlement at banks. Of those cases, approximately 580 were investigated, and of those investigations, 429 cases, or 8 percent, ended with convictions, according to FBI data." They also write that the reason most of these cases go unreported is because the banks won't look into anything less that $10,000.
What would you do to prevent this from happening?