This course covers the planning and conduct of protection operations at the senior management level. Students will explore the preparation, planning, personnel selection, and conduct of both short- and long- term protection operations, both domestic and overseas. They will learn methods for coordinating with local law enforcement, corporate security, and local business entities in the planning and conduct of protection operations. This course will distinguish intelligence gathering and threat assessment methods used in protection from those seen in other intelligence and counterterrorism applications. Students will learn how to integrate protection assets into multi-faceted strategic security operations with maximum efficiency.
Devise comprehensive protection programs, based on research, that provide adequate protection to persons and information.
Examine the need for protection related programs, appraise the threats to persons and information, and select which protection measures should be applied.
Assess comprehensive protection programs for their ability to provide adequate protection, particularly as they connect with systemic programs within the national security structure.
Examine the importance of a professional relationship between the client and protector, within the framework of organizational theory methodologies and systems.
Effectively communicate the interactions that impact protection by comparing and contrasting societal, political, and psychological influences on protective service operations.
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