sec421 | undergraduate
Personnel Security And Executive Protection
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Interpersonal Aspects Of The Executive Protection Specialist
- Explore the conduct of the protection specialist in regards to ethics, manners, dress, and professionalism.
- Assess the effects of stress on the executive protection specialist.
- Analyze legal considerations for use of force during executive protection operations.
- Identify the advantages and disadvantages of armed and unarmed protections.
- Identify defensive and offensive driving techniques.
- Identify emergency medical care and specialized equipment requirements.
- Evaluate techniques for unarmed, close-in protection.
Managing Executive Protection Programs And Resources
- Identify leadership traits and behaviors for leading an executive protection program.
- Summarize the importance of Operations Security during executive protection operations.
- Develop strategies for executive protection at media events.
- Identify issues associated with the handling of protectees’ personal requests.
- Evaluate emerging and existing technologies for use in executive protection.
- Assess the usefulness of executive protection driving services and armored vehicles.
- Assess the potential risks from terrorism, assassinations, kidnappings, and bombings.
Purpose, Strategies, Threat Assessment, And Intelligence Collection For Executive Protection
- Define terms associated with executive protection.
- Describe the executive protection benefits to a corporation or an individual protectee.
- Explain the importance of risk assessment.
- Identify commonly made mistakes in the execution of executive protection.
- Develop executive protection strategies for assessing and reducing risk.
- Analyze data and intelligence needed to establish a protective effort framework.
Executive Protective Operations
- Describe advance planning criterion and procedures for executive protection operations.
- Identify current advance planning forms to record executive protection operations.
- Compare the benefits and risks of private travel with those of public transportation.
- Identify procedures for foreign travel and working with foreign security service providers.
- Identify procedures for executive protection at public events and gatherings.
- Identify procedures for executive protection at hotels and temporary lodging.
- Explore vulnerabilities of motor vehicle transportation to attacks and explosive devices.
- Develop procedures for emergency extraction of a protectee from a dangerous location or situation.
Executive Protection Measures
- Assess home and protectee family risk management practices, including of the use of safe rooms.
- Explain the critical significance of the choreography of executive protection in response to attack.
- Differentiate between surveillance and counter-surveillance.
- Evaluate the theory of concentric protection.
- Identify armed adversaries and proper threat response.
- Analyze the thinking and behavior of individuals who have attacked or threatened prominent public figures in the United States.
- Describe procedures for dealing with unarmed confrontation.
- Identify procedures for command post operations.
- Explain the importance of team dynamics for executive protection detail.
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