Protective Operations: A Handbook for Security and Law Enforcement is designed as a reference for law enforcement and security organizations tasked with protecting the welfare of an individual or groups of individuals. To be effective and professional, protective operations require the incorporation of a variety of skill sets. However, many departments and jurisdictions have only limited resources and training available. Filling this void, the book identifies issues particular to local law enforcement a and the private security teams that may be called in later a and offers suggestions and guidance for confronting high-threat scenarios as well as the more mundane protective details. Highlights: Details the essence of local law enforcement protective operations that are run, in large part, covertly Examines threat assessment from both hostile organizations and unknown adversaries Provides a solid understanding of operational security, situational awareness, and surveillance detection Includes examples from real-world attacks occurring over the past sixty years Reinforces the need for training in specific tactics and techniques Emphasizes training for confronting the adversary Focuses on the economics of providing the most protection for the least cost Addresses issues surrounding possible direct violations of the law and department policy and procedures The authoras decades of training, research, and experience provide invaluable tested and proven protocols for keeping subjects safe in a hostile environment.I have found the best place to start is, again, with the target/victima#39;s vehicle. The first question is, ... Is it secured, doors locked, and windows up? Are there ... Is there any type of sticker required for parking affixed to the car that identifies a specific employer or location? While this ... Should any potential targets be found with these on their car, they must be strongly encouraged to remove them. The list cananbsp;...
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