Issue 26 – January 2015
Effective Networking P2
One Agents Opinion
How Disciplined is Your Mind?
Hostile Environment Surveillance
Medical: Patient Handover
Countering Surveillance P4
Colombia: A Chance for Change
Review: MACE Pepper Gel
Dress for Operational Success
Tapping, but not my Feet…
Client relationship Building Tips
+ Much More
In this New Year issue we look at phone tapping and the things every security professional should know in order to protect themselves and their clients from the threat of espionage. Elsewhere, we hear how the worlds longest running armed conflict could be coming to an end in Colombia, but what are the consequences. Issue 26 also has articles on: surveillance operations in hostile environments, resilience building exercises for your mind and are you a critic or expert? We get qualified advice on conducting a patient handover, how we should dress for operational success and how we can develop our presentation skills. All this much, much more.
Client Relations – Top 10 Tips
Clients are the lifeline of the Protective Services Industry. Without them there is no work. How you relate to them and how they feel about you and the services you provide will determine how much and how often the work will continue. Your relationship will determine if a client feels that you and your company are a necessity. Read More>
Surveillance Operations – In Hostile environments
As a result of the privatization of Iraq in 2003 and the dramatic growth of private security operations in politically unstable and hostile environments, close protection professionals are finding themselves working in increasingly diverse environments that require highly specialized skills and training. One of those specializations is Hostile Environment Surveillance Operations (HESO). Read More>
Colombia– A Chance for Peace?
BOGOTÁ – The world’s longest-running armed conflict could soon be coming to an end. Peace negotiations between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) have gone on for months in Havana, Cuba, but they have gathered steam following the re-election of Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos in July. This is the fourth attempt to bring an end to the 50-year-old conflict. Read More>
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