Close Protection Officers (CPOs), are responsible for evaluating security measures in an establishment and providing highly motivated and highly skilled bodyguards to its customers. To maintain security and ensure the safety of staff, customers, and premises. Ensuring the security of the principal and family. Preparing risk assessments and plans to minimize risks.
Becoming a close protection operative is competitive. To succeed, a person needs to be highly skilled, motivated, organized and can make split-second decisions under stressful conditions. A highly skilled and motivated bodyguard must provide outstanding close protection services to ensure personal safety and the principal’s security. The primary role of the close protection operative is to maintain the security and well-being of the principal and their family.
Maintain the personal safety
The close protection officers’ primary duty is to maintain the personal safety of the principal and their family. Preventing the access by an intruder to the …