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Introduction to Executive Protection

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ISBN13: 9780849381287
ISBN: 0849381282
Published: June 1999
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



An Introduction to Executive Protection provides beginners in the occupation of executive protection with the tools they need to know and appreciate the profession; to enable them to realize what is expected when they are placed in positions of confidence and trust; and to understand the implications of being responsible for the safety and lives of others. This guide emphasizes the basic elements of executive protection which are often neglected or overlooked in practical application, even by professional schools of executive protection instruction which sometimes mistakenly assume all enrollees are practiced journeymen. In addition to practical and technical considerations of the profession, ""executive protection"" means working with people on a personal level. The author draws on his extensive and varied experience in the field to share events that inform and enlighten students of executive protection and teach them how to best avoid endangering those they protect.

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Contents:
Assassination!HistoryPolitical AssassinationAmerican Assassinations of the 1960s (America's Decade of Violence)Attacks on the Office of the President (1970s to 1980s)Historical Presidential AttacksReligious AssassinationsPsychological Profile of the AssassinationExecutive ProtectionRoots: Personal Protection - Private SecurityBodyguard vs. Executive ProtectionConcepts of Executive ProtectionPrinciples of ProtectionPrepare for Any EventualityDeterrenceHardening the TargetConcentric CirclesWho Are the Principals or Protectees The AdvancePlanningAnticipationPreparationWriting an Advance Survey ReportPurposeFormatOther Duties of an AdvancemanWhat if It is Not Possible to Have an Advanceman Legal ConsiderationsPublic Agencies and Private EnterpriseThe DifferencesSimilaritiesLegal ConsequencesCarrying a Concealed WeaponUse of ForceSelf-DefenseRequirements, Character, and ConductRequirements of an Executive Protection Specialist (Protective Agent)Personal CharacteristicsProfessional ConductProtective Agent EquipmentWeaponCarrying a Concealed WeaponShotguns and Other WeaponsPersonal Body ArmorPersonal Conduct (Protectee Protocol)Working with the Press (Media Relations)Working with the Host CommitteeWorking the PrincipalWorking Close ProximityDeceptive TacticsWorking a Principal in a CrowdKnow the ProtecteeProtective Team (Singular)Security PostsThe CheckpointSurveillance PostSurveillance Post General InstructionsSpecialty PostsAt Home and AwayEstate SecurityPlanningPhysical and Psychological BarriersTechnological SystemsThe Residential BuildingProceduresPeopleOffice SecurityAccess ControlCorporate Secrets, Industrial Espionage, and TheftComputer SecuritySecurity AwarenessSafetySafety ConsciousnessNatural and Man-Made DisastersEmergency Operations PlanThe Car and DrivingThe Follow UpVehicle SecurityTerrorism!DefinitionsTerrorist MotivationTerrorist MethodsTerrorist WeaponsWho Are the Terrorists Kidnapping and Bombs!KidnappingTypes of KidnappersEstablishing Kidnap/Extortion PolicyHostage/Kidnap NegotiationsBombs and Bomb ThreatsBombersBomb DeliveryBomb Protection/EvacuationBomb Threat ProceduresSwitchboard Operator InstructionsSearchesCrisis ManagementReport of Bomb Threat FormThe ABC's of MedicineMedical EmergenciesPrimary SurveyA-AirwayB-BleedingC-CirculationS-ShockSecondary SurveyResuscitation (CPR)Control of BleedingShock Treatment (Anaphylactic Shock)ChokingHeart AttackStrokeHeat Stroke and Heat ExhaustionBurnsMedical KitOf Dragons...and Other ThingsTemptationsPersonal ProblemsTips and AdviceTraining and EducationFrustrationsProfessionalism...And a Few Last WordsGlossary