Preparing Journalists for Hostile Environments – Safety Ahead of Profits
Training specifically geared towards Preparing Journalists for Hostile Environments is sadly lacking due to ignorance, budget constraints and corporate neglect. At best this is a penny-pinching exercise, though the outcome can often be far grimmer. In issue 57, we’re understanding the factors contributing to this under-preparedness and examining what a realistic level of training should look like.
As professional protectors, we pride ourselves on being well trained and highly skilled in the art and craft of protecting a designated person or persons. But does our training prepare us for protecting minors? What are the Challenges of Protecting Children? Tracy Webster lifts the lid on how we should be looking after these Precious Principals.
Also in Issue 57, we get a quick education on cultural sensitivities when Operating in the Middle East. Orlando Wilson continues his Tactical Firearms series while outlining some BASIC RANGE CONSIDERATIONS. James Bore is stressing why the emphasis should be on SECURITY and not CYBER when it comes to recruitment. Elijah is dropping a big announcement in his Keeping Your Edge column and we conclude George Sardelis’ blow by blow account of the Kidnapping of a Shipping Tycoon in part two of the series.
Featured in Issue 57:
- INDUSTRY NEWS
- TACTICAL FORMATIONS
- EMERGENCY CARE FOR SENIORS
- THE COOPER COLOUR CODE
- PREPARING JOURNALISTS
- HEALTH & WELLNESS IN EP
- CORPORATE RISK OF RETURNING TO WORK
- PRECIOUS PRINCIPALS – PROTECTING CHILDREN
- EP IN THE MIDDLE EAST
- BASIC RANGE CONSIDERATIONS
- CONTINUED COMBATIVES
- THE KIDNAPPING OF A GREEK TYCOON – P2
- ASK THE NABA NETWORK
- GLOBAL SITUATION REPORT
- FOOTSTEPS EPISODE 8 – MIKE BROWN
- INDUSTRY EVENTS
- KEEPING YOUR EDGE
- + All Your Regular Features