Evacuate the CEO’s

This past week I blogged about our detail in DC covering a large meeting of over 100 major CEO’s at their annual meeting. This group alone can and does make changes that effect all of us. On day 2 when I was pushing the posts I was walking by the lower level elevator hall where …

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Don’t you think I should know that

We just completed a 3 day detail in DC and was responsible for a large group of very high profile decision makers. A day before the event I attended the pre con meeting at tue venue. After the meeting concluded I spoke one on one with the security manager of the venue. We spoke over …

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Access denied Mr CEO

When working a special event where you have been given the rules of engagement are that NO ONE accesses the meeting space without first registering and obtaining a badge, the rules are clear by the client. Then you see a known CEO from “X” company that is supposed to attend the meeting, what do you …

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Can it be too much gear?

I’m putting on my suit and wondering if enough is enough. Radio, knife, leatherman tool, flash light, extra batteries and wires running up and behind my back. Sometimes it feels like I have a tactical set up going on under my suit. The fact of the matter is that there are guys that wear more …

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Race for the Rental Car

One of the complaints I have in doing this business is dealing with rental car companies.  Many, if not most, companies don’t keep a fleet of domestic vehicles sitting around waiting on the client to call.  financially it’s not prudent for BPI to do so, eventhough we thought about it as well as purchasing an …

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Looking ahead and planning foresight

If you are serious about your ability and expertise when it comes to advancing a site, route etc, it is common knowledge that you would gather intel or gain a country and city report specific to where you and the principal will be traveling to or staying.  Based on that report(s) you will tailor your …

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A REAL Warrior/Shooter Craig “Sawman” Sawyer speaks to BPI Security.

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In 2008 I attended a High Risk Diplomatic Protection course sponsored by Solutions Group International [www.solutionsgroupinternational.com] at Nellis AFB, Las Vegas, Nevada. The course was attended by approximately twenty (20) guys from around the United States. The course was very well taught with a tight schedule for each day. There were two (2) main instructors …

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Interrupting the attack sequence

Any EP course thats devoid of teaching you the attack sequence is not teaching you how the bad guys plan their game of attack. One area that we focus on in our course that is a early way to interrupt the attack sequence is during their surveillance phase. In just about every planned attack there …

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12 P’s

Piss poor preparation promotes piss poor performance.  Piss poor performance promotes pain. About two (2) months ago Rhino was assessing the building in which our Principal reports to work.  The purpose was to see if any new occupants had moved in in the last couple months since his last assessment.  When he reached one floor …

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The ebook

You can start putting the word out to your colleagues, other operators, specialists and company owners and even clients.  The eBook will address matters and subjects that company owners, fellow colleagues and others DON’T want you to know.  Their mindset is make it on your own, coupled with the fact that they don’t know the …

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