CP OFFICERS DUTIES
This lesson will give an understanding of the duties of a CP (close protection) officer including proper protocol in client dealings, threat assessments, creating client profiles, threat profiles, and security dealings.
This lesson give an understanding of the proper procedures for determining the level of security needed for the specific areas of a client’s residence as well as maintaining and continuing that security.
This lesson will give an understanding of proper security procedures for the client while the client is traveling.
This lesson will give an understanding on the planning of different routes, the route selection, and advising client of the basic safety rules for the travels the client makes.
This lesson will give an understanding of the proper guidelines for the established procedures for the SOP for different scenarios from everyday routines to emergency situations.
This lesson will give an understanding on how to properly gather information, evaluate and analyze the information, and proceed with a final security plan of a site that will be visited by the client in the near future.
This lesson will give an understanding on how to observe and act in a split second time frame in hostile situations.
This lesson will give a basic knowledge on the familiarization of weapons used by both operatives and the opposition, an explanation of advanced gun techniques, safety regulations, unconventional firearms, as well as, what can really happen in a weapons fight. This lesson is not a replacement for proper weapons training.
This lesson will give an understanding on the various optical devices available and the purpose of each.
This lesson will give a basic understanding of the use of the baton for offensive and defensive protection, and the different kinds of batons. This lesson is not a replacement for proper baton training.
ARREST & CUFFING TECHNIQUES
This lesson will give a basic understanding of how to properly handle a suspect that must be detained, and the rules to follow. This lesson is not a replacement for proper arrest and cuffing training.
This lesson will give a basic understanding for the CP officer, working an unarmed assignment, on how to protect a client. This lesson will brief the student on how protect the client in a situation when weapons are not feasible. This lesson does not replace the proper training required for a CP officer.
This lesson will give an understanding on the different terrorist groups, terrorist motives, common terrorist activities, and negotiating techniques.
This lesson will give an understanding on how to properly conduct a vehicle search, what to look for to effectively prevent the opposition from planting any device under, on, or inside the vehicle, and where to locate these items.
This lesson will give an understanding on how to handle bomb scare situations and evacuate the client, as well as the different types of explosives, how to prepare bomb incidents, bomb constructions, and description of what some concealed bombs may look like, and search equipment and techniques. This lesson is not a replacement for proper explosives training.
This lesson will give an understanding in the various types of ballistic armour, and a list of items that will penetrate the armour.
This lesson gives a basic understanding in first aid in order to take care of and help themselves, client and fellow operatives if they are wounded. The do’s and don’ts when administering first aid for various injures and response to same. This lesson does not replace proper first aid training.
TEAM POSITIONS & COVER TECHNIQUES
This lesson gives an understanding of the different team positions and techniques utilized in order to protect clients, different protection positions to follow depending on the situation and the threat.
This lesson will give an understanding on the purpose of vehicle positions and tactics in the protection of the client when traveling.
CP COUNTER SURVEILLANCE
This lesson will give an understanding of simple bur effective surveillance techniques and how covert surveillance can be used against the operative.
Various devices, description of everyday non-descript electronic spy equipment, electronic sweeps/ searches, where to look for passive devices, where to search for electronics eavesdropping equipment. This lesson is brief and the student will instructed to keep abreast of all updated devices as they are presented via industry publication be