This world can be unsafe. Our desire is not to scare you but to keep you and yours safe. Even the most security conscious and aware people can make the mistake of not understanding all the potential risks in today’s climate. The goal of executive protection is to implement processes, protections, and security measures that will keep key personnel safe, as well as their families, within their unique threat landscape.
Types of Executive Protection
- Family Protection: The basis for protecting your family is building trust and having a plan. We Assess Risks, Discuss Methods & Plans with age-appropriate Family Members, and Provide Daily Security and/or Monitoring without smothering.
- Executive Bodyguard Services: Our trained, experienced, and licensed personnel can be onsite or on-call 24/7 x 365. Protection can be as present or “unseen” as requested and can involve everything from Personal Protection to Receiving and Opening Packages to Unpacking and Cleaning Grocery Items for Protection During the Pandemic.
- Travel Services: We provide safety during Business or Family Travel, including Day Trips, Summer Houses, and Family Vacations. Services include, Advance Planning, Risk Assessment & Mitigation, Facility & Vehicle Inspection, and Security Personnel that can be Armed within the United States.
- Special Situations: We plan for the unexpected and prepare your family to react. This includes, Emergency Action & Scenario Plans, Practice & Review, and Specially Trained Personnel to guide you through emergencies as well as occasions such as Security Assessment of New Homes, Extended Care to Guests, and Attending Special Events.
In your everyday life, the added layer of Touchpoint ID ensures that every vendor and supplier who comes in contact with your business and your will be screened and approved; no unknown person will be onsite.
The more successful you and your business are, the more at-risk you and your family becomes. According to the Cato Institute’s Annual Survey, 39% of 18-29 year-old Americans feel more resentment than admiration toward the wealthy and 35% believe that citizens could be justified translating that into violence. Additionally, the Department of Justice’s 2018* announcement that rates of violent crime increased 60% (from 9.7 to 16.3 per 1,000 people) for those living in households earning $200,000 or more.
*The most recent year for which complete statistics are available.