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BODYGUARD SKILLS




 

With the expense of Bodyguard courses in todays modern age and the competition for jobs in the Close protection role it is important to have a head start and that is what is on offer in this package !

 

This package will not qualify you to be a Bodyguard but what it will do is give you a head start on course or enable any qualified Bodyguards to hone their skills or just to have as a reference.

 

THIS PACKAGE IS ALSO IDEAL FOR ANY ONE IN THE SECURITY INDUSTRY DOORMEN AND PRIVATE DETECTIVES ALIKE

 

The skills here are divided into 7 phases

 

WEAPONS

 

FIRST AID

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

 

FITNESS

 

PHYSICAL SECURITY

 

CHOOSING THE RIGHT BODY ARMOUR

 

NUCLEAR CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL WARFARE PREVENTION

 

 

WEAPONS PHASE INCLUDES:

 

100 PAGE UNITED STATE MARINE CORPS document on marksmanship which includes all aspects of marksmanship and also stripping and assembling of rifles, care and maintenance types of ammunition and lots more ( CONCENTRATING ON THE M16)

 

71 PAGE COMBAT PISTOL TRAINING document covering all aspects of pistol drills

 

A 32 PAGE COUNTER SNIPER GUIDE 

 

6 PISTOL MANUALS INCLUDING BERETTA-GLOCK-SIG-HK-BROWNING-RUGER-WALTHER

 

 

FIRST AID PHASE INCLUDES:

 

227 PAGE FIRST AID DOCUMENT covering all aspects of FIRST AID a Bodyguard will be expected to deal with.

 

PHOTOGRAPHY PHASE INCLUDES

 

US NAVY BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY MANUAL on Basic Photography with nothing left out ( 480 Pages )

 

US NAVY ADVANCED PHOTOGRAHY MANUAL ( 226 Pages )

With both these manuals your Photography will be spot on.

 

FITNESS PHASE INCLUDES

 

US NAVY SEALS FITNESS MANUAL Compiled by experts for the elite NAVY SEALS with this 300 page guide you will be the fittest Bodyguard on the circuit

 

PHYSICAL SECURITY

 

A 300 Page manual   Contents below

 

PREFACE.....................................................................................................................vi

Chapter 1 PHYSICAL-SECURITY CHALLENGES.................................................................... 1-1

Overview .................................................................................................................... 1-1

Automated Information Systems............................................................................... 1-1

OPSEC and the Threat ............................................................................................ 1-3

Chapter 2 THE SYSTEMS APPROACH ................................................................................... 2-1

Protective Systems ................................................................................................... 2-1

Systems Development .............................................................................................. 2-2

The Integrated Protective System ............................................................................. 2-5

Security Threats ........................................................................................................ 2-6

Chapter 3 DESIGN APPROACH................................................................................................ 3-1

Design Strategies...................................................................................................... 3-1

Protective Measures ................................................................................................. 3-1

Vehicle Bombs ........................................................................................................... 3-2

Exterior Attack......................................................................................................... 3-10

Standoff Weapons .................................................................................................. 3-13

Ballistics .................................................................................................................. 3-16

Forced Entry............................................................................................................. 3-17

Covert Entry and Insider Compromise..................................................................... 3-19

Surveillance and Eavesdropping ............................................................................. 3-20

Mail and Supply Bombs ........................................................................................... 3-22

Chemical and Biological Contamination .................................................................. 3-24

Chapter 4 PROTECTIVE BARRIERS ........................................................................................ 4-1

Overview .................................................................................................................... 4-1

Fencing .................................................................................................................... 4-2

Utility Openings......................................................................................................... 4-5

Other Perimeter Barriers........................................................................................... 4-5

Security Towers ......................................................................................................... 4-5

Installation Entrances................................................................................................. 4-6

Warning Signs............................................................................................................ 4-8

Other Signs ................................................................................................................ 4-8

Installation Perimeter Roads and Clear Zones .......................................................... 4-8

Arms-Facility Structural Standards ............................................................................

ii

Chapter 5 PHYSICAL-SECURITY LIGHTING ......................................................................... 5-1

Overview .................................................................................................................. 5-1

Commander’s Responsibility.................................................................................... 5-1

Planning Considerations .......................................................................................... 5-2

Principles of Security Lighting .................................................................................. 5-3

Types of Lighting...................................................................................................... 5-4

Wiring Systems ........................................................................................................ 5-5

Maintenance............................................................................................................. 5-6

Chapter 6 ELECTRONIC SECURITY SYSTEMS .................................................................... 6-1

Overview .................................................................................................................. 6-1

ESS Design Considerations..................................................................................... 6-2

Interior ESS Considerations..................................................................................... 6-7

Exterior ESS Considerations.................................................................................... 6-8

ESS Alarm-Annunciation System........................................................................... 6-12

ESS Software......................................................................................................... 6-17

Interior Intrusion-Detection Sensors....................................................................... 6-18

Exterior Intrusion-Detection Sensors ..................................................................... 6-29

Electronic Entry Control ......................................................................................... 6-39

Application Guidelines............................................................................................ 6-42

Performance Criteria .............................................................................................. 6-43

Data Transmission ................................................................................................. 6-44

CCTV for Alarm Assessment and Surveillance...................................................... 6-45

Chapter 7 ACCESS CONTROL .......................................... 7-1

Designated Restricted Areas ................................................................................... 7-1

Employee Screening ............................................................. 7-4

Identification System ..................................................................... 7-4

Duress Code ................................................................................ 7-10

Access-Control Rosters ................................................................. 7-10

Methods of Control................................................................................................. 7-10

Security Controls of Packages, Personal Property, and Vehicles.......................... 7-11

Tactical-Environment Considerations .................................................................... 7-12

Chapter 8 LOCK AND KEY SYSTEMS.................................................................................... 8-1

Installation and Maintenance ................................................................................... 8-1

Types of Locking Devices ........................................................................................ 8-1

Chapter 9 SECURITY FORCES............................................................................................... 9-1

Types of Security Forces ......................................................................................... 9-1

Authority and Jurisdiction ......................................................................................... 9-2

Personnel Selection ................................................................................................. 9-3

Security Clearance................................................................................................... 9-3

Organization and Employment of Forces................................................................. 9-4

Headquarters and Shelters ...................................................................................... 9-4

Execution of Security Activities ................................................................................ 9-5

Training Requirements............................................................................................. 9-6

Supervision .............................................................................................................. 9-7

Uniforms................................................................................................................... 9-8

Vehicles.................................................................................................................... 9-9

Firearms ................................................................................................................... 9-9

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Communications ...................................................................................................... 9-9

Miscellaneous Equipment ........................................................................................ 9-9

Military Working Dogs ............................................................................................ 9-10

Summary................................................................................................................ 9-10

Chapter 10 IN-TRANSIT SECURITY........................................................................................ 10-1

In-Port Cargo.......................................................................................................... 10-1

Rail Cargo .............................................................................................................. 10-4

Pipeline Cargo........................................................................................................ 10-6

Convoy Movement ................................................................................................. 10-7

Chapter 11 INSPECTIONS AND SURVEYS............................................................................ 11-1

Inspections ............................................................................................................. 11-1

Surveys .................................................................................................................. 11-2

Appendix A METRIC CONVERSION CHART ........................................................................... A-1

Appendix B SAMPLE INSTALLATION CRIME-PREVENTION HANDBOOK........................... B-1

Section I — Installation Crime-Prevention Programs.........................................B-1

Crime-Prevention Working Groups ......................................................................... B-1

Crime-Prevention Officers ...................................................................................... B-2

Crime-Prevention Program Development ................................................................B-2

Training ....................................................................................................................B-5

Civilian Crime-Prevention Organizations..................................................................B-5

Section II — Criminal Analysis .............................................................................B-5

Sources of Information .............................................................................................B-6

Individual Criminal Analysis .................................................................................... B-9

Criminal-Analysis Procedures ............................................................................... B-15

Criminal-Analysis Summary .................................................................................. B-17

Section III — Command and Law-Enforcement Countermeasures ................ B-17

Crime Hot Lines .................................................................................................... B-17

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design................................................ B-18

Specialized Patrol Tactics and Surveillance ..........................................................B-25

Publicity Campaigns...............................................................................................B-30

Residential-Security Surveys .................................................................................B-31

Juvenile Crime Prevention .....................................................................................B-34

Fraud......................................................................................................................B-47

Internal Theft ..........................................................................................................B-52

Pilferage .................................................................................................................B-53

Section IV — Army Property at the Local Level ................................................B-61

Motor Vehicles .......................................................................................................B-61

Consumer Outlets ..................................................................................................B-63

Arson......................................................................................................................B-66

Section V — Community Crime-Prevention Programs.....................................B-67

Neighborhood Watch Program...............................................................................B-67

Operation ID...........................................................................................................B-71

Neighborhood Walks..............................................................................................B-74

Vigilantism..............................................................................................................B-75

Mobile Patrols ........................................................................................................B-76

Project Lock ...........................................................................................................B-76

Section VI — Evaluation ......................................................................................B-79

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Crime-Prevention Programs...................................................................................B-79

Crime Rates ........................................................................................................... B-83

Measures of Effectiveness ..................................................................................... B-84

Internal Measures .................................................................................................. B-85

Appendix C INTELLIGENCE, COUNTERINTELLIGENCE, AND THREAT ANALYSIS ............C-1

Information Sources .................................................................................................C-1

Responsibilities of US Government Lead Agencies.................................................C-2

Information Requirements........................................................................................C-4

Threat Analysis and Assessment .............................................................................C-5

Determination of the Threat Level ............................................................................C-6

Appendix D CRISIS-MANAGEMENT PLAN...............................................................................D-1

Appendix E OFFICE SECURITY MEASURES ........................................................................... E-1

Physical-Security Survey ......................................................................................... E-1

Security-Engineering Assessment ........................................................................... E-1

Technical Assessment of Responses ...................................................................... E-2

Physical-Security Enhancement Measures.............................................................. E-2

Appendix F PHYSICAL-SECURITY PLAN................................................................................ F-1

Annexes .................................................................................................................. F-6

Tactical-Environment Considerations ...................................................................... F-7

Appendix G PERSONAL-PROTECTION MEASURES............................................................. G-1

Personal Protection................................................................................................. G-1

Working Environment.............................................................................................. G-2

Home Environment ................................................................................................. G-4

Appendix H BOMBS....................................................................................................................H-1

General ....................................................................................................................H-1

DEALING WITHConcieled Bombs.........................................................................................H-1

Damage and Casualty Mechanisms ........................................................................H-1

Telephonic Threats ..................................................................................................H-3

Evacuation Drills ......................................................................................................H-3

Searching for a Suspected IED................................................................................H-6

Appendix I EXECUTIVE PROTECTION ..................................................................................... I-1

Supplemental Security Measures ............................................................................. I-1

Executive Protection Goals ....................................................................................... I-1

Residential Security Measures.................................................................................. I-2

Transportation Measures .......................................................................................... I-4

Individual Protective Measures ................................................................................. I-7

Combating-Terrorism Training for Executives......................................................... I-10

Travel to Potential Physical-Threat Risk Areas....................................................... I-10

Protective Security Details ...................................................................................... I-10

Executive-Protection System Integration ................................................................ I-12

Appendix J RESOURCE MANAGEMENT.................................................................................. J-1

Funding Programs.................................................................................................... J-1

Projected Requirements........................................................................................... J-1

Obligation Plan......................................................................................................... J-1

Types of Appropriations ........................................................................................... J-2

Appendix K VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT...........................................................................K-1

Assessment Considerations.....................................................................................K-1

THREATCON Levels ...............................................................................................K-2

Assessing Vulnerability ............................................................................................K-3

GLOSSARY........................................................................................................................ Glossary-1

BIBLIOGRAPHY........................................................................................................... Bibliography-1

INDEX ...................................................................................................................................... Index-1

 

 

A 114 PAGE MANUAL ON THE SELECTION AND APPLICATION OF BODY ARMOUR

 

NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL WARFARE PHASE INCLUDES:

 

204 PAGE NBC FIELD HAND BOOK WRITTEN BY THE US GOVERNMENT The world leaders on the subject.

 

EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDE (382 PAGE)

A guide book for first responders during the initial phase of dangerous goods hazardous materials incident.

 

 

 

As you can see this is with out doubt the most comprehensive guide for Bodyguards any where on the market so if you have an interest in Bodyguards or plan on taking it up as a career this CD is for you !

 

Also included is a DESERT SURVIVAL GUIDE for the lads off to IRAQ

 

AND A FREE   47 PAGE MANUAL ON LOCKPICKING

 

 

 

FAILING TO PREPARE IS PREPARING TO FAIL !!

 


 


 



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