Surveillance Detection & Global Business As we continue this series of articles discussing surveillance … >>>
A stable career in Corporate Executive Protection, more often than not with standard hours, reasonable expectations and a healthy benefits package, or the wild and unpredictable world of Celebrity Protection with its Long hours, temperamental clients, and a job description that includes pretty much everything but the kitchen sink.
When tasked with Vehicle Selection for a client you immediately imagine ‘kid in a candy store’, right? But get it wrong and there are serious repercussions. This is a list of considerations that I’ve used to ensure I’m recommending the vehicle that the client needs, which might be different to what they think they want!
Choosing Camera Lenses for Surveillance is equally, if not more, important than choosing the camera body. Two of the most important considerations are the focal length and the speed.
Many clients feel uncomfortable with highly visible or “overt” protective details. Some may even ask you to be so invisible that they don’t know you are there. But what are covert protective details? As you’ll discover, it’s not a case of ‘one size fits all’!
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Prometheus Viper FPOS Course Review As the requirements and conditions of gaining employment on the circuit … >>>
The New Virtual Battlefield? Our reliance on Information & Communications Technology (ICT) is stemmed deep in our … >>>
Author Interview with Luke Duffy Luke Duffy is a former Paratrooper, and present day contractor on the circuit … >>>
Specialist Interviewing IT was in the mid 1990’s when I had a ‘road to Damascus moment’ and realised how radical … >>>
Are you prepared to answer that call? Very early in our training and careers, we are taught that in the … >>>
The New Bodyguard By Kevin Horak It has been a pleasure to read and review this book, which is a fantastic read, … >>>
I am always being asked about which guns are best for close protection details and personal defense etc… My answer is … >>>
The horrific terrorist attack in a busy shopping mall in Nairobi, in September 2013, was a counter-terrorist team’s … >>>
Course Review: The European Security Academy course Quite a lot can happen in two weeks but when I signed up at European … >>>
In the United States, expectations rise when people see the letters EPS following the name of someone who performs … >>>
SPEED + DISTANCE = SURVIVAL As I’m writing this, my child is in the midst of a lockdown drill at her … >>>
Bleisure travel, or combining business travel with leisure time, is a growing trend, with just under half of all … >>>
Recently I was talking with a friend who has a long career in close protection and I asked him for ideas for my Circuit … >>>
A few times in my career I have been charged with purchasing vehicles for safely transporting clients. Sometimes the … >>>
I wanted to give you the reader, a chance to hear from some of the movers and shakers in our CRAFT, those … >>>
Many close protection operatives consider themselves to have forged strong peer relationships through teams … >>>
When President George W. Bush famously stood on board the USS Abraham Lincoln declaring the end of major combat … >>>
The Security Industry Authority currently requires all those who apply for a licence to be in possession of a recognised … >>>
In our roles as a security professional we will at times come across individuals with high conflict personalities, … >>>