In My last article, I explained why fundamental differences between facility security and executive protection should be reflected in surveillance detection training. In this article, I want to introduce a general strategy that can be specifically employed by facilities and campuses for detecting and mitigating hostile surveillance.
“Realistic” is a common word that often makes its way into the description of many security training courses. The presumption here is that the course in question will teach you about real-life problems and solutions, and will include exercises that mirror the reality of field operations. Surveillance Detection, being a relatively new field in… Read More “Realistic” Surveillance Detection Training