Your high profile principle has decided to come to NZ. The first thing that will hit the close protection officer is the Maori culture. A member of the local Iwi (tribe) will be responsible for explaining to your client the local customs, but the close protection officer will still see threats.
Because church is an institution that welcomes all comers with arms wide open, it has not only attracted those who want to bring their problems to the altar but those who want to cause a problem at the altar. In this article I would like to look at some safety related areas that will help change your mind set about church security and start you on the road to making your church a safer place.
This article is give you some tips for how to survive this course (basically, attend, do any associated coursework, and get your tick in the box without hurling yourself off a cliff). Sounds impossible? Probably, but I’m going to try anyway.
We need to understand several things in order to make the relationship between protector and venue security a success. We need to know who we are connecting with, what their mindset is and what their purpose is. We need to know how to connect with them, how we can get them to do what it is that we desire and how to get them on the same page, OUR page.
Managing the Green Room means creating an environment where the principals are able to prepare, relax, and focus on providing whatever entertainment has brought them to that specific venue.
Russia Risk Assessment – World Cup Preview: The event in 2018 raises many questions regarding safety and security. Here’s what you need to know:
The 2018 FIFA World Cup consists of 64 matches, 32 teams and is played across 12 locations in Russia. The event takes place between the 14th June and the 15th July 2018 and naturally raises many questions regarding safety and security. Here’s what you need to know to keep both yourself and your clients interests protected for the duration.
These political conventions occur only once every four years but it’s scale and magnitude are pretty staggering, involving everything from the United States Secret Service to State and Local Law Enforcement.
People who have never been a business owner might wonder ‘how much do security companies make?’ Is it a profitable industry and where is the money made? As the owner of a security company I believe, as many do, that transparency is paramount to running a reputable business. This article specifically looks at the door and event security side of the market as well as factoring in low-level security guardin