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text 2018-04-06 04:38



Close protection industry is currently one of the fastest evolving sectors in global security right now. It pertains to the risk moderation and security precautions that are taken for the well-being of various individuals particularly VIPs. This service is delivered by different British close protection companies to numerous organisations that need executive security solutions for their high-ranking members of staff.


So in case you’re a business proprietor who requires professional security for yourself or your team, hiring close protection agents is an excellent idea. But since there are plenty of British close protection companies out there, it wouldn't be easy to choose which one to work with. To help you with this matter, here are some of the things which you need to take into consideration before working with such specialists.



1. They are resourceful


The first thing that you must check is if they possess a combination of intelligence and determination - described as resourcefulness. This is crucial as changes in requirements, venues, or tasks can take place any time at their line of work. It is vital that they are creative problem solvers and quick thinkers, allowing them to provide excellent outcomes in any kind of situation. Also, they must not be too shy to ask for what they need to get the work done. At the same time, they should be able to work on their own and give exceptional results through progressive thinking.


2. They've got professional commitment


Apart from being innovative, it's important that close protection operatives are committed to their job. They should know that the privacy and security of their clients should come first. They must be capable of setting their individual concerns aside and just focus on their job. These operatives should know that their main goal is to get the job done as efficiently as possible. In cases of actual danger, they have to stand by their clients whatever happens.


3. They have the required experience and training


Because you’re working with British close protection companies for increased security, it’s very crucial that their agents have the necessary credentials. They should be well-experienced and fully trained in providing protective services. It is necessary that they've got some police and military experience in sectors such as the Police Close Protection Units or British Special Forces. Additionally, it is essential that they have worked with notable industrial executives and high profile individuals in the past. This way, you can be assured that they have the essential specialist knowledge and skills and can put them into actual work.


4. They have discretion


Complete discretion is expected from close protection operatives in every matter. They must know their place as security personnel and maintain their credibility at all times. They should be aware that every detail or piece of information they acquire at their work should not be disclosed to unauthorised people. Furthermore, they should know that sharing of sensitive information can place their job at stake, or may even result in loss of client’s trust.


These are some of the characteristics that you need to look at whenever hiring British close protection companies. By considering all the points mentioned in this post, it will be simple for you to locate the best company to hire. Bear in mind that having an exceptional security operative by your side offers the assurance that you are completely safe wherever you go.

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text 2018-03-26 17:21
Spending My Hard Earned Credits
Wednesday the Rabbi Got Wet: A Rabbi Small Mystery, Book 6 - Harry Kemelman,George Guidall
In This Bright Future: DC Smith Investigation Series, Book 5 - Gildart Jackson,Peter Grainger

I have been a member of Audible for so long now that I have quite a library built up for re-reading, which is how I spend two-thirds of my reading hours, such that between the daily deals and two-fer sales, spending a whole credit on just one book is reserved for special occasions, like adding the titles of authors that I really, really enjoy reading and want to have more of. Kemelman and Grainger are two of those authors.



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review 2018-03-12 01:25
A Darker Place
A Darker Place (Anne Waverly) - Laurie R. King

Anne Waverly, a respected University professor who specializes in alternative religious movements, goes undercover again to learn more about a community called Change that has branches in Arizona, England, and Japan. She found it easy to get into the community when a young girl, who looked a lot like her dead daughter and who hadn't been speaking took an interest in her. The young girl spoke to her and even laughed. She learned about her brother Jason and found herself determined to keep these children safe. She was slowly learning the secrets of the Change community in Arizona but not enough to call in her FBI counterpart to take over. Then she, along with the two kids and one other child were sent to the England branch for more advanced training with Jacob. They quickly realized things were not the same at the England branch and she was scared for herself and the kids and decided she needed to contact Glen with the FBI and fast! The problem was, he had no authority in England.


This book was slow moving but held my attention until the end but the ending was very abrupt and left me with a lot of questions.

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review 2018-01-18 01:38
Detective LaRue: Letters from the Investigation - Mark Teague


For more reviews, check out my blog Craft-Cycle

Interesting story. I enjoyed the epistolary style, but I could see how it may not resonate with young children. The story is really driven by the letters so it may be a bit confusing. The wording is often vague so I think it is suited for more advanced readers than very young ones. 

This is a surprisingly dark story in my opinion. Although I did like the placement of the idea that cats should be kept indoors to protect small animals. 

Good overall.
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review 2018-01-12 06:22
Procedural and Courtroom drama
A Cold Day in Hell (A Cold Case Investigation) - Lissa Marie Redmond

Redmond does weave an interesting tale, and there is some suspense, but the story is more procedural and courtroom drama than anything else. I do have to say that the writing style and flow kept the courtroom scenes engaging and dramatic. Our main character, Lauren Riley, has quite the reputation as a detective, but she certainly is not without flaws, particularly in her personal life. In many cases, that can make for the most intriguing characters, and I have to say that it does work for this one. Some scene descriptions get a bit tedious, but there is some great dialogue. I especially enjoyed the banter between Lauren and Frank, who are so used to being on opposite sides of a case that they can't let it go. While the primary focus of the story is the murder trial, there is a bit of side story by way of a 28 year old murder case. All in all, the story did hold my interest, but it felt like the cold case was solved a little too quickly, and the suspense aspect surrounding the murder trial was cut short by a "mystery" that was just too easy to figure out. The story does get chilling at the very end and even hints at a promising thriller, so I'll be interested to see if there's a next book addressing that part of the tale.

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