A person or group of people who
professionally protect someone (known as their principal) from personal assault, kidnapping, assassination, loss
of confidential information, or other threats. A privately and formally employed person who is paid to protect property, assets
and/or people. Often, they are uniformed/plain clothed and act to protect property by maintaining a high visibility presence
to deter illegal and/or inappropriate actions, observing (either directly, through patrols, or by watching alarm systems or
video cameras) for signs of crime, fire or disorder; then taking action and/or reporting any incidents to their client, employer
and emergency services as appropriate.
They may be armed, depending on the laws in their jurisdiction, and have expertise in unarmed combat, tactical
driving, and first aid. However, the most important skill for Executive Protection and Security Specialist is the ability
to assess a situation and decide how best to respond to minimize danger to his principal.
Executive Protection Basic
Security, Weapon Retention, Defensive Tactics, Etiquette, Networking, Physical Security, History
of Executive Protection, Legal Powers & Limitations, Protective Theory, Reports, Forms & Checklists, Firearms/Weapons
Training, Close Protection, Searches & Sweeps, Route Selection, Aviation Security, Threat Assessments, Client
Briefing, Customer Service, Foot & Vehicle Movement, Control & Leadership, Teamwork
important public figures are protected by several Executive Protection and Security Specialists who work as a unit (or even
agency), using sophisticated tactics. Less-important clients (or those with lower risk profiles) are accompanied by a single
Executive Protection and Security Specialist, who may double as a driver.
In multi-agent units (like those
protecting a celebrity or a head of state) one or more Executive Protection and Security Specialist may specialize in specific
tasks, such as: communications/communications protection operation of physical security measures (regarding premises, transport
vehicles and personal armor) intelligence, threat/vulnerability/risk assessment and analysis chemical detection, crowd screening
and control and other disciplines.
***Early Enrollment Special***
Total Cost for E.P. Basic
*(To receive discount price balance must be paid in full prior to the first day of class)
NYS Security Guard License or applicable Guard License from State of Residence. You do not need a pistol permit to attend
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