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As crime and criminals get more and more sophisticated they, more often than ever, go after business-men, political figures, movie stars, companies & firms; executives and other Very Important People. The criminals’ objective can be to get ransom, change political balance, rob, make a name for themselves, get revenge or other reasons that can result in the injury or death of the VIP.

Today, more than ever before, the professional VIP Protector is needed to ensure the safety of those under threat anywhere on the globe. The Israeli Defense Forces have the reputation & the experience of training special units, from Commando to SWAT, from Anti Terrorists to VIP Protection.

VIP INTRODUCTION

Attack on VIP and political assassinations are affective and highly prestigious, Death of an opponent practically ends the competition between enemies or rivals by the victory of the assassinators or by those who sent him. The ability to attack a political person means that the political way his supports come to its end. The death of the political leader means change and victory to his enemies. The cheapest and most affective protection is to take the VIP out of reach but as it is not realistic we need to compromise. As in many cases VIP wants maximum exposure and the VIP protection need minimum exposure. The purpose of this document is to present the training program of the security personal and the VIP bodyguard. In this document we cover also aspect of securing any kind of facility as pub and aspect of teaching method.

PROTECTION CIRCLES

The common VIP security system is usually based on the idea of Protection Circles. What the Head of Security usually does is he places three “Protection Circles” around the VIP – Distant, Median and Close. The Distant Circle is usually the easiest to penetrate and its purpose is mostly for deterring. This circle usually consists of law enforcement personnel that scan the crowd, looking for known suspects. The Median Circle’s purpose is to reject unauthorized persons from reaching the Close Circle. The outcome of utilizing the Median Circle is that it creates a “Sterile Zone” between itself and the Close Circle. The Close Circle is the last line of defense, and it is considered a system failure if a hostile person reaches the Close Circle. This Circle is constructed from the VIP’s Bodyguards, whose job is to protect the VIP at any cost (as opposed to Political VIP protection, Private VIP protection usually consists of only this circle). While the Distant and Median Circles are used for deterrence and will repel the hostile person from the VIP, usually by use of technology (Security cameras, metal detectors etc) – the Close Circle is used to protect the VIP by first protecting him physically and then removing him from harm’s way. This is done using the Human Factor and less by technological means. The main problem with VIP protection is that a Person becomes a Very Important Person because of his public exposure, and he would like to keep that exposure to the fullest. For VIP protection, this is a nightmare, because Maximum Exposure is a definite contradiction to Maximum Security. The easiest way to protect a VIP is to lock him up in a safe house, with no-one coming in – For a person who thrives on public exposure, this idea does not serve his needs.

How do we resolve this contradiction? By allowing more people to come through the Distant and Median Circles and tightening the Close Circle, and relying on the Bodyguards to stop any intrusion. Because of the close range and the short reaction time allowed, the main tool of protection in this situation is Krav-Maga.

In this framework we give a high level education in the field of VIP Security and Close Protection. You will be instructed by a team of the highest quality and level to ensure an experience you’ll never forget, a course you couldn’t get anywhere else.

Specific credentials and recommendations are needed in order to participate. Contact us for details & requirements.

MORE INFORMATION

Here you are able to find basic info about the content of the first section of training. Each section has its basic, advance and reppetition segments. Below is the curriculum of the first part of the course, at minimum of 9 days of training. it covers half of the material needed for Bronze Shield.

Lectures Contents

  • V.I.P. protection.
    General purposes, background and goals
  • Documentary film(s) (assassinations and attempts), followed by a short discussion and brainstorming about the actual event(s)
  • Procedures; principles; Behavior of the officer
  • Securing an installation; Basic simulations
  • Equipment and gear; First aid; Emergency response
  • Manners and behavior as the foundations to employment
  • Summery and forward to the advanced section of the course

KRAV-MAGA

ATTACKS:

  • Basic attacks
  • Counterattacks
  • Attacks with firearm as a blunt object
  • Interchanging between firearms and basic KM techniques
  • Attacks when a third party is involved
  • Defending oneself:
    • Against basic attacks (1)
    • Against dangerous grabs (1)
    • Armed assault(1)
    • Armed threats (1)
    • Moving the VIP (1)
  • Defending the VIP against:
    • Basic attack or grab (1)
    • Knife attack (1)
    • Knife threat (1)
    • Pistol threat (1)
  • Dealing with different incidents when VIP is:
    • Near or inside a car
    • In a confined area (room, corridor)
    • Among crowd
  • Mental training and preparation – Aggression; Determination
  • Courage; Overcoming or ignoring danger in-order to defend others.
  • Firearms (the introductory course include 5 session with firearms)
    • Dry drill (1) – safety and security in training and in routine, carrying a firearm, general behavior and more A session with the firearm includes a segment of 2 hours dry drill and 2-4 hours live fire. The goal to reach is training with a VIP in a shooting range in static situations
      • Session 1 – Holding the pistol and shooting with one hand
      • Session 2 – Enhancing abilities and the draw and shooting with 2 hands
      • Session 3 – Enhancing abilities and turning
      • Session 4 – Enhancing abilities and working with a VIP
      • Session 5 – Simulations and summerizing drills

Diploma for successful completion will be titled for this part .


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