Bodyguards - How to protect others - Security Planning by Michael J. Franklin

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This book goes into great detail and addresses the topics of professional conduct, etiquette, manners, verbal and written communication skills, the advanced planning requirements, the different kinds of threats bodyguards are exposed to. It teaches the reader how to complete threat profiling, threat analysis, understanding threat, and the threat modelling processes that all professional bodyguard’s need know and understand to be effective.

Security Advance Planning (SAP) is about 90 percent of what bodyguards do. This book covers in comprehensive detail the advanced planning requirements that most bodyguards are regularly expected to do in the course of their duties.

It’s designed to help bodyguards, security personnel and others who work with or manage bodyguards to better understand the threat profiling, threat analysis, threat modelling, target selection processes, the obvious advantages of the attackers if bodyguards are ill-prepared and for the first time it introduces “The Herrhausen Factor”.
 

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Published April 19, 2011 by Michael J. Franklin. 229 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Crime, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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