January 06, 2014
Corporate executives, celebrities, dignitaries, high-profile individuals and their families are increasingly at risk of kidnapping, criminal assault and miscellaneous threats. WPG Executive Protective (EP) Agents are experienced and trained to reduce these risks while maintaining a regular routine; discretion is our primary focus.
Culled from the ranks of the military, law enforcement and private sector, WPG EP Agents are held to the Highest Standards. They posses a wide range of mental and physical skills developed through extensive training and real-world applications. By emphasizing preparation over brute force, our EP agents implement proven US Secret Service and corporate protection best practices to identify threats and reduce risk.
The key to minimizing risk is through Advance Work by visiting all points of a client’s itinerary prior to his/her arrival; our Agents assess threats and gather protective intelligence, and then write a security plan that includes primary and secondary routes, nearest trauma hospitals, safe rooms, restrooms, and front and back entrances. Agents meet in advance with key personnel at each location and always have back-up plans ready to avert a possible threat. WPG maintains a library of continuously updated advance information for each client and each frequent location they visit.
Adding to the Peace of Mind of our clients, our agents are certified in Emergency First Aid, CPR/AED and always travel with trauma kits and oxygen.
WPG EP Agents must complete a rigorous training, education and certification process. These agents perform the necessary threat assessments, advance work and planning, logistics, emergency medical response, communications and surveillance required in improving the safety and security of our clients, domestically and around the world.
Executive Security Protection is not about fighting, using a gun, or hiring an off-duty policeman. Its Focus is proactive and preventative protection so that no security incident ever occurs.
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