Special Response offers a professional level of services designed to protect corporate personnel and associates in a way that was once only available to top-ranking government officials. By employing experts who are proficient in numerous government and law enforcement organizations, we offer the people we serve the effective and efficient security protection essential in today’s corporate environment.

During a strike, it is important to upgrade the level of protection for key personnel within the company. When tensions mount, it is recommended that an executive protection plan be put into place in which key personnel receive personal security. Executive protection strategies may be developed as a part of the security staffing contingency planning.

We have a training program dedicated to Executive Protection. The course includes the following:

The basic executive protection course is comprised of five instructional segments integrated to produce as complete a picture of executive protection as possible in a few short days. The following is a brief description of the course and the material presented

Covers the duties and responsibilities of a security agent including the use of communications equipment and motorcade organization. An extensive course in driving skills including vehicle control and accident avoidance along with escape maneuvers is also covered.

A step by step procedure in organizing and staffing, selecting equipment, routing and planning, site surveying and establishing perimeter security.

A historical perspective and briefing on specific weaponry and devices that are of current significance. Also covered are basic and intermediate instruction in firing, handling, and maintenance of firearms from handguns to submachine guns.

Learning characteristics of common military, civilian and improvised explosives and incendiaries, such as: odor, packaging, specific hazards, distribution and detection. The conduction of bomb searches and the handling of suspect items will be covered in detail. Students observe the detonation of letter bombs, pipe bombs, etc. to gain an appreciation of the probable destructive capability of suspect devices.

Training of security agents in "Ten Minute Medicine", instruction in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and evacuation procedures.