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Security school.


This package will give you everything you need to gain a good grounding in the differant areas of the security industry so that you can make a better decision as to what area you choose to work in.

The information included is invaluable to the security operative.

This information is provided on DVD.

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Section1: Professional driving techniques.

 

 

This CD is a great educational reference for anyone interested in learning more about professional driver training, or simply defensive driving in general.
Any Bodyguard or law enforcement personnel, or anyone looking to learn more about the safe operation of vehicles will find this CD extremely useful.
This guide can be used to develop meaningful and effective driver training and can help save lives!

All of the following is included on this awesome training cd-rom

* Chapter 1 –- Establishing a Driver Training Process
* Chapter 2 -– Emergency Vehicle Driving Curriculum Guidelines
* Module 1: Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement Driving

1.1 Identify statutory law, case law, policy, & liability governing non-emergency driving.
1.2 Identify statutory law, case law, policy, & liability governing emergency driving.
1.3 Identify law governing the use of a vehicle as deadly force in terminating pursuits.
1.4 Identify law governing civil liability for deprivations of rights other than by force.

* Module 2: Non-Emergency Response Driving

2.1 Identify the reasons for law enforcement driver training.
2.2 Identify unique characteristics of law enforcement driving.
2.3 Identify the effects that attitudes and emotions have upon law enforcement driving.
2.4 Identify common psychological factors that contribute to law enforcement collisions.
2.5 Identify common physiological factors that contribute to law enforcement collisions.
2.6 Identify the components of driving that lay the foundation for good driving habits.
2.7 Identify vehicle defects that contribute to law enforcement collisions.
2.8 Identify elements of an acceptable law enforcement vehicle inspection.
2.9 Identify the importance of safety belts and other occupant protection devices.
2.10 Demonstrate acceptable use of safety belts and other occupant protection devices.
2.11 Identify common environmental factors that contribute to law enforcement collisions.
2.12 Identify factors that affect handling, steering, and braking to include ABS systems.
2.13 Identify factors that influence the stopping distance of a vehicle.
2.14 Identify driving movements that frequently contribute to law enforcement collisions.
2.15 Identify acceptable vehicle control methods.
2.16 Identify methods for skid avoidance.
2.17 Identify acceptable methods for the use of the communications radio.
2.18 Identify factors involved in skid control.

* Module 3: Emergency Response Driving

3.1 Identify emergency warning devices on law enforcement vehicles.
3.2 Identify factors that contribute to the effective use of a police radio.
3.3 Identify factors in route selection for an emergency response.
3.4 Identify the changes in vehicle dynamics that occur during an emergency response.
3.5 Identify acceptable steering methods for use during an emergency response.
3.6 Identify acceptable methods of cornering during an emergency response.
3.7 Identify acceptable backing methods during an emergency response.
3.8 Identify acceptable collision avoidance methods during an emergency response.
3.9 Identify types of Power Assist Steering Loss and Minimizing Potential Loss of Control

* Module 4: Pursuit Driving

4.1 Identify factors that impact on initiating a vehicle pursuit
4.2 Identify factors involved when conducting a vehicle pursuit.
4.3 Identify factors that would warrant the termination of a vehicular pursuit.
4.4 Identify factors that impact on the termination of a pursuit.
4.5 Identify factors the termination of a pursuit by using physical intervention techniques.
4.6 Identify considerations involved in post-pursuit reporting.
4.7 Demonstrate the ability to conduct a pursuit.
4.8 Identify post-litigation preparation considerations.

* Chapter 3 -- Emergency Vehicle Driving and Policy

* Chapter 4 -– Validating a Driver Training Course

* Chapter 5 -– Instructor Qualifications

* Chapter 6 -– Course Facilities

* Chapter 7 –- Management of Emergency Vehicle Operational Risks

* Chapter 8 -– Practical Exercises

Part A - Steering
Part B - Backing
Part C - Braking
Part D - Turning
Part E - Recovery
Part F - Skid Control
Part G - Parking
Part H - Cumulative Skills Acquisition
Part I - Cumulative Skills Pursuit

 

 

Section 2: Physical security

 

 

Physical Security Training Course

Physical Security Military Training Course for Windows and Mac OS X.


312 Pages
11 Chapters

Complete Installation Package
install this professional software package directly onto your computer. This course is fully indexed and provided in PDF format with menu and help features.

 

 

Section 3: Bodyguarding / close protection skills

 

 



BODYGUARD CLOSE PROTECTION SKILLS

With the expense of Bodyguard courses in todays modern age and the competition for jobs in the Close protection role it is important to have a head start and that is what is on offer in this package !



This package will not qualify you to be a Bodyguard but what it will do is give you a head start on course or enable any qualified Bodyguards to hone their skills or just to have as a reference.



THIS PACKAGE IS ALSO IDEAL FOR ANY ONE IN THE SECURITY INDUSTRY DOORMEN AND PRIVATE DETECTIVES ALIKE



The skills here are divided into 7 phases



WEAPONS



FIRST AID



PHOTOGRAPHY



FITNESS



PHYSICAL SECURITY



CHOOSING THE RIGHT BODY ARMOUR



NUCLEAR CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL WARFARE PREVENTION





WEAPONS PHASE INCLUDES:



100 PAGE UNITED STATE MARINE CORPS document on marksmanship which includes all aspects of marksmanship and also stripping and assembling of rifles, care and maintenance types of ammunition and lots more ( CONCENTRATING ON THE M16)



71 PAGE COMBAT PISTOL TRAINING document covering all aspects of pistol drills



A 32 PAGE COUNTER SNIPER GUIDE

 



6 PISTOL MANUALS INCLUDING BERETTA-GLOCK-SIG-HK-BROWNING-RUGER-WALTHER





FIRST AID PHASE INCLUDES:



227 PAGE FIRST AID DOCUMENT covering all aspects of FIRST AID a Bodyguard will be expected to deal with.



PHOTOGRAPHY PHASE INCLUDES



US NAVY BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY MANUAL on Basic Photography with nothing left out ( 480 Pages )



US NAVY ADVANCED PHOTOGRAHY MANUAL ( 226 Pages )

With both these manuals your Photography will be spot on.



FITNESS PHASE INCLUDES



US NAVY SEALS FITNESS MANUAL Compiled by experts for the elite NAVY SEALS with this 300 page guide you will be the fittest Bodyguard on the circuit



PHYSICAL SECURITY



A 300 Page manual Contents below



PREFACE.....................................................................................................................vi

Chapter 1 PHYSICAL-SECURITY CHALLENGES.................................................................... 1-1

Overview .................................................................................................................... 1-1

Automated Information Systems............................................................................... 1-1

OPSEC and the Threat ............................................................................................ 1-3

Chapter 2 THE SYSTEMS APPROACH ................................................................................... 2-1

Protective Systems ................................................................................................... 2-1

Systems Development .............................................................................................. 2-2

The Integrated Protective System ............................................................................. 2-5

Security Threats ........................................................................................................ 2-6

Chapter 3 DESIGN APPROACH................................................................................................ 3-1

Design Strategies...................................................................................................... 3-1

Protective Measures ................................................................................................. 3-1

Vehicle Bombs ........................................................................................................... 3-2

Exterior Attack......................................................................................................... 3-10

Standoff Weapons .................................................................................................. 3-13

Ballistics .................................................................................................................. 3-16

Forced Entry............................................................................................................. 3-17

Covert Entry and Insider Compromise..................................................................... 3-19

Surveillance and Eavesdropping ............................................................................. 3-20

Mail and Supply Bombs ........................................................................................... 3-22

Chemical and Biological Contamination .................................................................. 3-24

Chapter 4 PROTECTIVE BARRIERS ........................................................................................ 4-1

Overview .................................................................................................................... 4-1

Fencing .................................................................................................................... 4-2

Utility Openings......................................................................................................... 4-5

Other Perimeter Barriers........................................................................................... 4-5

Security Towers ......................................................................................................... 4-5

Installation Entrances................................................................................................. 4-6

Warning Signs............................................................................................................ 4-8

Other Signs ................................................................................................................ 4-8

Installation Perimeter Roads and Clear Zones .......................................................... 4-8

Arms-Facility Structural Standards ............................................................................

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Chapter 5 PHYSICAL-SECURITY LIGHTING ......................................................................... 5-1

Overview .................................................................................................................. 5-1

Commander’s Responsibility.................................................................................... 5-1

Planning Considerations .......................................................................................... 5-2

Principles of Security Lighting .................................................................................. 5-3

Types of Lighting...................................................................................................... 5-4

Wiring Systems ........................................................................................................ 5-5

Maintenance............................................................................................................. 5-6

Chapter 6 ELECTRONIC SECURITY SYSTEMS .................................................................... 6-1

Overview .................................................................................................................. 6-1

ESS Design Considerations..................................................................................... 6-2

Interior ESS Considerations..................................................................................... 6-7

Exterior ESS Considerations.................................................................................... 6-8

ESS Alarm-Annunciation System........................................................................... 6-12

ESS Software......................................................................................................... 6-17

Interior Intrusion-Detection Sensors....................................................................... 6-18

Exterior Intrusion-Detection Sensors ..................................................................... 6-29

Electronic Entry Control ......................................................................................... 6-39

Application Guidelines............................................................................................ 6-42

Performance Criteria .............................................................................................. 6-43

Data Transmission ................................................................................................. 6-44

CCTV for Alarm Assessment and Surveillance...................................................... 6-45

Chapter 7 ACCESS CONTROL .......................................... 7-1

Designated Restricted Areas ................................................................................... 7-1

Employee Screening ............................................................. 7-4

Identification System ..................................................................... 7-4

Duress Code ................................................................................ 7-10

Access-Control Rosters ................................................................. 7-10

Methods of Control................................................................................................. 7-10

Security Controls of Packages, Personal Property, and Vehicles.......................... 7-11

Tactical-Environment Considerations .................................................................... 7-12

Chapter 8 LOCK AND KEY SYSTEMS.................................................................................... 8-1

Installation and Maintenance ................................................................................... 8-1

Types of Locking Devices ........................................................................................ 8-1

Chapter 9 SECURITY FORCES............................................................................................... 9-1

Types of Security Forces ......................................................................................... 9-1

Authority and Jurisdiction ......................................................................................... 9-2

Personnel Selection ................................................................................................. 9-3

Security Clearance................................................................................................... 9-3

Organization and Employment of Forces................................................................. 9-4

Headquarters and Shelters ...................................................................................... 9-4

Execution of Security Activities ................................................................................ 9-5

Training Requirements............................................................................................. 9-6

Supervision .............................................................................................................. 9-7

Uniforms................................................................................................................... 9-8

Vehicles.................................................................................................................... 9-9

Firearms ................................................................................................................... 9-9

Communications ...................................................................................................... 9-9

Miscellaneous Equipment ........................................................................................ 9-9

Military Working Dogs ............................................................................................ 9-10

Summary................................................................................................................ 9-10

Chapter 10 IN-TRANSIT SECURITY........................................................................................ 10-1

In-Port Cargo.......................................................................................................... 10-1

Rail Cargo .............................................................................................................. 10-4

Pipeline Cargo........................................................................................................ 10-6

Convoy Movement ................................................................................................. 10-7

Chapter 11 INSPECTIONS AND SURVEYS............................................................................ 11-1

Inspections ............................................................................................................. 11-1

Surveys .................................................................................................................. 11-2

Appendix A METRIC CONVERSION CHART ........................................................................... A-1

Appendix B SAMPLE INSTALLATION CRIME-PREVENTION HANDBOOK........................... B-1

Section I — Installation Crime-Prevention Programs.........................................B-1

Crime-Prevention Working Groups ......................................................................... B-1

Crime-Prevention Officers ...................................................................................... B-2

Crime-Prevention Program Development ................................................................B-2

Training ....................................................................................................................B-5

Civilian Crime-Prevention Organizations..................................................................B-5

Section II — Criminal Analysis .............................................................................B-5

Sources of Information .............................................................................................B-6

Individual Criminal Analysis .................................................................................... B-9

Criminal-Analysis Procedures ............................................................................... B-15

Criminal-Analysis Summary .................................................................................. B-17

Section III — Command and Law-Enforcement Countermeasures ................ B-17

Crime Hot Lines .................................................................................................... B-17

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design................................................ B-18

Specialized Patrol Tactics and Surveillance ..........................................................B-25

Publicity Campaigns...............................................................................................B-30

Residential-Security Surveys .................................................................................B-31

Juvenile Crime Prevention .....................................................................................B-34

Fraud......................................................................................................................B-47

Internal Theft ..........................................................................................................B-52

Pilferage .................................................................................................................B-53

Section IV — Army Property at the Local Level ................................................B-61

Motor Vehicles .......................................................................................................B-61

Consumer Outlets ..................................................................................................B-63

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Section V — Community Crime-Prevention Programs

Neighborhood Watch Program

Operation ID

Neighborhood Walks

Vigilantism

Mobile Patrols

Project Lock


Crime-Prevention Programs

Crime Rates

Measures of Effectiveness

Internal Measures

Appendix C INTELLIGENCE, COUNTERINTELLIGENCE, AND THREAT ANALYSIS

Information Sources

Responsibilities of US Government Lead Agencies

Information Requirements

Threat Analysis and Assessment

Determination of the Threat Level

Appendix D CRISIS-MANAGEMENT PLAN

Appendix E OFFICE SECURITY MEASURES

Physical-Security Survey

Security-Engineering Assessment

Technical Assessment of Responses

Physical-Security Enhancement Measures

Appendix F PHYSICAL-SECURITY PLAN

Annexes

Tactical-Environment Considerations

Appendix G PERSONAL-PROTECTION MEASURES

Personal Protection

Working Environment

Home Environment

Appendix H BOMBS

General

DEALING WITHConcieled Bombs

Damage and Casualty Mechanisms

Telephonic Threats

Evacuation Drills

Searching for a Suspected IED

Appendix I EXECUTIVE PROTECTION

Supplemental Security Measures

Executive Protection Goals

Residential Security Measures

Transportation Measures

Individual Protective Measures

Combating-Terrorism Training for Executives

Travel to Potential Physical-Threat Risk Areas

Protective Security Details

Executive-Protection System Integration

Appendix J RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Funding Programs

Projected Requirements

Obligation Plan

Types of Appropriations

Appendix K VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT

Assessment Considerations

THREATCON Levels

Assessing Vulnerability

GLOSSARY

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INDEX

A 114 PAGE MANUAL ON THE SELECTION AND APPLICATION OF BODY ARMOUR


NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL WARFARE PHASE INCLUDES:


204 PAGE NBC FIELD HAND BOOK WRITTEN BY THE US GOVERNMENT The world leaders on the subject.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDE (382 PAGE)

A guide book for first responders during the initial phase of dangerous goods hazardous materials incident.

As you can see this is with out doubt the most comprehensive guide for Bodyguards any where on the market so if you have an interest in Bodyguards or plan on taking it up as a career this is for you !

Also included is a DESERT SURVIVAL GUIDE for the lads off to IRAQ

AND A FREE 47 PAGE MANUAL ON LOCKPICKING

FAILING TO PREPARE IS PREPARING TO FAIL !!

 

 

 

 

Section 4: Human resources forms ultimate collection.

 

 

The ultimate collection of HR forms for any business, everything is included from absence forms, holiday entitlement forms, maternity leave etc etc...

Anything you could think of for your small-large security company, or and company for that matter is included, this pack will become invaluable for your business.

All forms are fully customisable so you can personalise them with your own logo, to further enhance your own brand.

 

 

Section 5: Health and safety and warning signs package.

 

 

This package contains all the Health and safety and warning signs you could possibly want for your workspace.
All are ready to be printed and laminated for your use.

 

 

Section 6: 5 sets of training materials.

 


5 Sets of Training Materials

 

Door Supervision

Close Protection

Vehicle Immobilisation

CCTV (PSS)

Security Guarding

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Close Protection Training Materials.

A comprehensive training resource Over 650 slides broken down into over 30 PowerPoint Presentations.

Terrorist Assassination
Role of The CPO

Physical Security
Counter Attack

Escort Team
Team Leader

Searching
Observation Team

Office Security
Ops Room

Vehicle Drills
Plans and Drawings

Route Planning
Pa’s

VIP Protection
Residential Security Team

Residence Security
SAP

Convoy Procedures
Protocol

Conflict Resolution
Anti Surveillance

Surveillance
Threat Assessment

Hotel Security
Travel Security

Terrorist Threat
Operation Orders

Personal Security
Routine Protection

 

Also included in this unique package over 100 Mock Exam Questions, Bomb Threat Emergency training slides and Responding to Bioterrorism Training Materials.

 

 

DOOR SUPERVISION

 

This training course emphasises the realities of Door Supervision and the duties you may undertake. The Door Supervisor Training course uses practical real life scenario's to prepare individuals for the job and not just pass a test. After completing the Door Supervisors course and being issued with an SIA licence a Door Supervisor can work in many areas of the Security Industry from Security Guarding through to Event Security.

 

A MUST BUY for anyone thinking of training as a Door Supervisor or anyone wishing to deliver Door Supervisor Training.

 

Unit 1 Roles and Responsibilities

v Introduction, Roles and Responsibilities

v Behavioural Standards

v Civil and Criminal Law

v Arrest

v Licensing Law

v Searching

v Health and Safety at Work

v Drugs Awareness

v Recording Incidents and Crime Scene Preservation

v Emergency Procedures

Unit 2 Communication and Conflict Management

v Introduction to Communication Skills and Conflict Management

v Self Awareness

v Avoiding Conflict

v Effective Communication and Customer Service Skills

v Recognising High Risk Conflict

v Resolving Conflict

v Learning from Conflict

 

 

Also included:

v A selection of VIDEOS to be used as additional aids to training. These videos cover Health, Safety and Fire, Working the Doors, Searching, and Communication skills.

 

4 Mock Exams with Answers (2 Conflict and 2 Roles & Responsibilities)

 

 

CCTV (PSS)

This training package is perfect for anyone wanting to deliver CCTV (PSS) training. Over 200 quality slides, candidate workbooks, training videos and mock exams makes this one of the best value training packages you will ever buy!

This Training Package is supplied on a CD Rom, the content can be edited to suite your needs using MS Word and PowerPoint. Add you own Logo!! The videos can be viewed in Windows media or through PowerPoint.

Included with our Quality Training Materials are 3 mock exams with answers. Perfect for revision. There is no better way to prepare for the real exam.

Course Content:

 

Introduction, Roles and Responsibilities
Codes of Practice, Operational Procedure and Guidelines
Control Room Communications and Access Control
Legislation
Dealing with Incidents
CCTV Surveillance Techniques
Fire and Emergency Procedure
Health & Safety at Work
Implementing CCTV surveillance techniques
Identify the legislation and legal framework when operating CCTV systems for information storage

 

A MUST BUY for anyone thinking of training as a CCTV Operator or anyone wishing to deliver CCTV (PSS) Operator Training.

 

SECURITY GUARDING

A complete training package for anyone wishing to deliver Security Guard or Retail Guard training.

A MUST buy for anyone wanting extra help before attending a Security Guard or Retail course.

Over 250 quality slides presented in PowerPoint - Easy to edit.

A student workbook with over 100 pages in MS Word, again easy to edit, add your logo etc.

 

 

Course Content:

 

 

Unit 1 Roles and Responsibilities

Role and Responsibilities
Patrolling
Access Control
Searching
Security and Emergency Systems
Fire Awareness
Health and Safety
The Law
Emergencies
Customer Care and Social Skills
Communications and Reporting

Unit 2 Communication and Conflict Management

Communication Skills
Self Awareness
Avoiding Conflict
Effective Communication and Customer Service
Recognising High Risk Conflict
Resolving Conflict
Learning from Conflict

 

A MUST BUY for anyone thinking of training as a Security Officer or anyone wishing to deliver Security Guard Training.

 

 

SIA Vehicle Immobilisation Training Materials

A Basic package for anyone wishing to develop their own VI Course

A MUST buy for anyone wanting extra help before attending a VI course.

Over 250 quality slides presented in PowerPoint - Easy to edit.

Course Content:

 

 

Unit 1

Role and Responsibilities
Fire Awareness
< >LawTypes of Calmps EvidenceSignage Records KeepingRemoval & Re-PositioningDisabled DriversRelease Times

Health and Safety
v Equality & Diversity

Emergencies
Customer Care and Social Skills

 

Unit 2 Communication and Conflict Management

Communication Skills
Self Awareness
Avoiding Conflict
Effective Communication and Customer Service
Recognising High Risk Conflict
Resolving Conflict
Learning from Conflict

Part 3 A selection of VI Scenarios

 

 

A MUST BUY for anyone thinking of training as a VI Officer or anyone wishing to deliver VI Training

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