Personnel Protection: Concepts of Executive Security serves as an introduction to the concepts of executive security and as a guide for developing an executive security program. In this 16-minute video presentation of narrated slides, the two approaches to executive security, proactive and reactive, are defined. It also includes information about the selection of security personnel for the executive security team, security advance procedures, and executive security program objectives.
This presentation is one of 11 modules in the Personnel Protection presentation series, which is designed for organizations considering an executive security program or that need to enhance an existing executive security program. Each presentation in the series is narrated by Jerome Miller, formerly a commander in the Detroit Police Department and senior manager of international and special security operations at Chrysler Corporation, and Radford Jones, formerly the manager of global security and fire protection at Ford Motor Company after 20 years with the U.S. Secret Service. Other topics in this series include: advance procedures; the executive threat assessment profile; the selection of executive security personnel; kidnapping issues and guidelines; security procedures for residences; worksite, aircraft, and vehicle operations; and executive compensation issues, including IRS requirements.
Personnel Protection: Concepts of Executive Security is a part of Elsevier’s Security Executive Council Risk Management Portfolio, a collection of real world solutions and "how-to" guidelines that equip executives, practitioners, and educators with proven information for successful security and risk management programs.
- The 16-minute, visual PowerPoint presentation with audio narration format is excellent for group learning
- Introduces the concepts of executive security and their application in the corporate security program
- Defines the objectives of an executive security program, which include the creation of a secure environment and transparency