Drones, an increasing threat in today’s world – the resources, links and webinars below are compiled to help us be more aware of what we can do to deter, detect and respond to drone threats, and even some resources on implementing them into your security program.
Once we put together everything we want to carry, space and weight come into play – space on our belts, in our pockets, and in our bags is limited and the total weight of all of our kit is a limitation on us. How can we solve the problem?
Enter the AFAK (Ankle First Aid Kit).
By Art Dorst
Many of us for better or worse, live or die by our skill level to effectively operate the features of our smartphones. Having grown up in the 60’s and 70’s when the concept of something like a smartphone was truly science fiction, I still marvel at the things that can be done with the small handheld device we all utilize. As the saying goes if you’re in a jam call a lawyer and he/she shows up with a flip phone pray for a file in a cake.
Interviewer’s question: That sounds like a good start, but it’s all entry-level security jobs. How did you break into executive protection?
“I knew if I was going to advance my career and eventually obtain the kinds of opportunities that I wanted, I would have to go through a well-respected executive protection training course. I did my due diligence and read great reviews about Lasorsa and Associates’ Executive Protection Training Course taught by Joe Lasorsa, Jr. I did my first course there.
“Must have any US State’s security license“
This jams up a lot of people, either they don’t have a license because they are proprietary guards or their state does not issue unarmed licenses, etc.
Pro tip: get an out of state unarmed security license from a state which allows such.
I.E. California BSIS Guard Card – read more here: Three Easy Tips To Get Your California Guard Card The FAST & EASY Way
Get that box ✔️’d and you’re good to go for most state of emergency situations.
P.S. For those in immediate need of a guard card, you can get a NJ SORA Unarmed Guard Card on NJ State Police website. Pay the $50 registration fee and you have a 30 Day Temporary Certification. If you do not take the classes and training for the Cert it will expire. www.njsp.org (Click on SORA)
Posted in September 2017 during Hurricane Harvey in Houston, TX
“I’m in Houston now for the past 7 days working a security detail for an area retailer. I’m assigned to the 2000 – 0800 shift. I’ve worked similar types of details in my home area but this is my first out of state detail. I’m no expert but I know lots of guys and ladies are looking to do this work so I thoughts I’d share some observations.