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Dignitary / Executive Protection & Operational Planning

Basic - Intro


 Course Description:

This course is designed to introduce individuals to the basic operations of providing personal protection with operational planning.  We focus on developing the education and skill sets as a foundation which allows all participants to expand and increase their knowledge.

Objectives include the following:

Train and qualify individuals in the following areas:

    Introduction to Personal Protection Duties, Responsibilities and conduct protocols.

    Basic introduction to Terrorism and Stalkers.

     Basic branch operations Central Command Principles Detail Advance Detail.

     Basic introduction to Safe Houses, Route Planning, Investigations and dealing with Law Enforcement agencies.

    Zone Security, (property, public grounds and convoys)

    Crowd and paparazzi environment.

     Walking formations (single, two, three and four man teams).

    Vehicle entry and exiting.

     Possible ambush locations. (assassination and kidnapping)

    Basic vehicle Inspections and maintenance history check.

     Basic Close Quarter Combat (CQC)

     Non-Lethal instruments and theories.

     Legal issues and concerns.


 Type of instruction:

    Classroom.   Practical applications.



    Three days / minimum 24 hours.


 Target Audience:

      Domestically and Foreign


    Law enforcement agencies   Government personnel    Military personnel    Security agencies and personnel 

    Personal Protection Specialists     Investigators    Individuals entering the profession    Corporate security


Locations vary. Corporate and group private training available.

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