Executive Protection Reading List – Expand your knowledge

Executive Protection Reading List – Expand your knowledge

It should be a constant effort to expand your knowledge whenever and wherever you can. Even if the only way you can is to read and/or study. Given your task and environment, I would recommend a book authored by members from that community in order to best serve your interests.

A collection of articles written by ISDA Members – Constant Learning

Principal Protection; Lessons Learned by Rick Colliver

Executive Protection Specialist Handbook – Jerry Glazebrook

The Gift of Fear

Just 2 Seconds 

Left of Bang by Jason Riley, Patrick Van Horne

Introduction to Executive Protection by Dale June

The Modern Body Guard by Peter Consterdine

“The Bremer Detail: Protecting the Most Threatened Man in the World” by Frank Gallagher

Silent Safety

A.T.I.S.- individual security concept for event planning

The Director General’s Bodyguard course

The New Bodyguard

Bodyguards How to protect others

CP TAM Close protection tactical aide memoirs

Brand, Branding, and marketing for the protection service professional

Executive Protection: The Essentials

The Modern Bodyguard

The Art of Executive Protection 

Providing Executive Protection

The Master Bodyguard: Working as a Bodyguard after 40

How to Become An Executive Protection Specialist

Protection and Combat Operations

The Bodyguard’s Bible: The Definitive Guide to Close Protection

High Risk Civilian Contracting- Working in a War Torn World

Thomas Taylor’s Armored Men fictional bodyguard novels

The New Executive Protection Bible

Dodging Bullets

Who is Watching While They Pray: The Role of Today’s Executive Protection Officer

Ministry Of Defence: Executive Protection For The Ministry

The Bodyguard’s Guide To Luxury Yacht Security

The Way Of The Bodyguard: How to Be a Bodyguard


Thanks to Art DorstTony Scotti and the ISDA, Rich Roth of CTI Consulting and Anthony Vasquez for sharing their reading lists.

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