Our new Hostile Activity Prevention E-learning course is now live.
This unique, three-hour course teaches actionable, time-tested methods of prevention, detection and disruption of hostile activity. Based on Israeli methodologies of terrorist activity prevention, adapted to fit most environments and risk levels, the training isn’t merely theoretical. It covers the actual methods we’ve been successfully applying to protect facilities, campuses, residences and special events for over twenty years.
Please check it out by clicking here.
For those who didn’t know, I’ve been working for HighCom Security Services since 2004. In fact, everything I’ve ever done in the fields of security, surveillance detection, executive protection and other special operations has been for HighCom. And everything I’ve written, including all my Protection Circle articles and my Surveillance Zone book, have all been about my HighCom work.
What you’re getting here is the actual training I myself deliver to our own field operators—made available to the public for the first time. There are no frills or special effects here. This is the real-deal.
The training covers topics such as:
- Hostile surveillance.
- Terrorism case studies.
- Circles of Security.
- Detection and visual control.
- Anti-surveillance tactics.
- Access control.
- Screening, profiling & evaluating people.
- Fixed site vs event security.
9 thoughts on “Hostile Activity Prevention”
How do I get register for the Hostile Activity Prevention course?
Click on the link.
You will also receive a certificate if you have completed this course.
I completed your course “Hostile Activity Prevention” a few months ago, any plans on adding new courses in the near future?
Thank you, and yes. I’m working on a surveillance detection course.
You get certificate after you finish the training courses?
Very interesting would this course be useful in a situation of civil breakdown or unrest. When one has a specific location to secure or would your book cover this area?
Both deal more with preventive measures.