ASIS International


ASIS International
Senior Vice President of Administration at Trans Healthcare

Mr. Deming became a Special Agent with the United States Treasury Department, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms in 1977. In 1982, he left the government service and established Philip S. Deming and Associates, a consulting firm specializing in human resource and security risk management. Mr. Deming has served as a lecturer at Villanova University, St. Joseph’s University – Criminal Justice Graduate Program, and professional security management seminars. He has served as an expert witness on human resource practices and premises security matters as well as held a number of other positions.

Areas of Expertise

Mr. Deming's areas of expertise include human resources and security practices in the workplace. With regard to the human resource practice, he has an emphasis on negligent hiring; negligent retention; internal investigations (i.e., defalcation, fraud, sexual harassment, discrimination, workplace violence); wrongful terminations; and organizational policy and procedure development. In terms of the security practices, he has an emphasis on risk assessment; premises liability; adequacy of state of security; security processes; and training.


Masters of Human Organizational Science, Villanova University, Villanova, PA

Masters of Human Resource Development, Villanova University, Villanova, PA

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with Honors, Northeastern University, Boston, MA


  • Proving Security’s Value

    • Security Management, September 2012, p. 148
  • A Systemic Process for Creating Business Watch Programs in Private Organization

    • The Police Chief (January 2010)
  • Premises Security Liability: From a Workplace Violence Perspective

    • SHRM® Information Center – White Paper – July 2004
  • Crisis Management Planning: A Human Resource Challenge

    • SHRM® Information Center – White Paper – April 2002
  • Safeguarding HR Records

    • SHRM® Information Center – White Paper – March 2002
  • Sample Policy – Human Resource Policy on Investigating Workplace Conduct

    • SHRM® Information Center - Policies - February 2002
  • Workplace Prevention Violence Programs: From an Organizational Development Approach

    • SHRM® Information Center - White Paper - July 2001 and March 2006
  • Workplace Violence: Trends and Strategic Tools for Mitigating Risk

    • SHRM® Information Center - White Paper - October 2000 and March 2006

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