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Learning outcomes for Chapter 11

After completing this chapter, you should be able to:

understand and explain the importance of threat assessment, and the basic principles of threat assess-

ment;

identify possible targets and sources of threats, and motives for threats;

discuss key elements of threat assessment; and

identify and discuss threat indicators.

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Know your principal

Know the enemy

Determine their weak points

Determine their strong points

See what you can capitalise on

What will be disadvantages

Weak links in terms of confidential information leaking from people known to principal (Neighbours,

Family, Friends, Staff, Business associates)

Continuous gathering of intel;

Execution methods by attacker - Assassination - Hostage taking - Hijacking - Physical Attack - Intimida-

tion.

PLANNING SHOULD INCLUDE; (Attacker planning)

Method of execution

Where execution could take place ( Home - Business - On Route )

Who is involved

Vehicles and escape vehicles

Routes and escape routes

Tactics and escape tactics

Weapon selection and weapons dump

Safe house

Close to blend in and changing of clothes

Alibis

Once his planning (assassin) has been completed and events been tested and possible risks been accounted for

the plan will be ready for execution.

The attacker as who could be a professional assassin include our way of thinking into his planning, and that is

why it is essential to place yourself in his shoes and think like he does which should be part of your planning to

plan accordingly.

PLANNING OF CPO`S continue

Venue checks and reports - Evaluation must include;

Knowing the area and venue where your principal will move around and visit

Determine perimeters and threat areas

Obtain plans of buildings

Know the escape routes

Identify location of safety equipment (Fire extinguishers - check to be in working order)

Locate power points

Make copies of guest lists and do Security checks on them

Screening of personnel

Measure distances and monitor moving times

Obtain sweeping reports

View access control systems in use at venues

Check if all doors, locks, and windows is serviceable

Check intrusion, smoke detectors and panic buttons if in working condition ,effectives and positioning.

Check cctv surveillance systems, especially if it only monitor or does it record to.

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PERIMETER PLANS - EVALUATION (Planning)

A perimeter plan should be drafted, which consist of the following;

Physical Barriers - Fences and Gates

Hiding places - Plants and trees

Lighting - Security lights

CCTV Systems - Positions and covering areas

Obstacles in between buildings and fence

Dogs on premises

Guards on duty - Their shifts and shift changes

VEHICLES - ROUTES - TRAVELLING

VEHICLES (Planning)

What type of vehicles should be used

Determine the level of protection of the vehicles used

Which will be the best vehicle formations to use

Are the drivers familiar with the vehicles to be used

Will it be necessary to use a decoy motorcade

Do you have a ( Precaution vehicle in motorcade board)

Is time tables drawn

Is vehicle services up to date

Parking plans for arrivals and Departures

Heli-Pads if any

ROUTES (Planning)

Plan specific routes and escape routes

Familiarise your self with the routes and distances. (Physically drive the routes)

Also drive the alternative routes

Route planning should include all transit movements from A-B and back - stops -

TRAVEL (Planning)

Find out who is aware of the travel arrangements

Does principal carry large amounts of cash, confidential documentation or other valuables whereby

Special security measures should be taken. (the protective team should know about it)

THE FOOT PROTECTION TEAM (Planning)

Will decoy protectors be used

Where would which foot formation be used

How many CPO`S is needed for operation

How many teams and number of CPO`s in teams will be needed

What will the dress code be

The team should be properly informed and briefed

Stress the fact that info should be kept safe

Identify a safe house

Identify the closest hospitals in the area

Draw up a list of all relevant cell phone numbers (Back up for communications)

Check all Radios for coms - Be sure batteries are fully charged and taken with.

Examine the medical kit

Check and take your bullet proofe vests

Decide on the type of weapons for specific application

Select the ammo for weapons

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OPERATIONAL PLANNING (GENERAL)

HUMAN RESOURCES

Select manpower for operation (PES TEAM / ADVANCE TEAM / BACK UP TEAM ETC.

LOGISTICAL RESOURCES

All equipment, contacts, arrangements, buying etc, needed for operation.

BUDGET/ FINANCIAL RESOURCES

The budget will determine up to what extend the requirements of operation can be accommodated

Be sure the financial resources (Company or person contracting you) is reliable in terms of contractual-

payment and ensue the % deposit to be well in advance.

RESERVATIONS

Flight Reservations - Decide on travelling commercial airlines or chartered aircraft.

Accommodation Reservations - Principal might have a preferred Hotel - maybe a favourite suite.

Security measures should be considered but the budget can also influence the choice of accommodation.

OPERATIONAL CONTINGENCIES/ EMERGENCIES AND PROCEDURES ( Planning should include )

Physical attack/ threat on or to Principal/ Venue/ Vehicles

Close Quarter Attack

Sabotage

Ambush

Explosives

Sniper

Surveillance

Fire

Medical

Power failure

SAP TEAM - PLANNING ( Special Advance Party )

The SAP TEAM play`s a major role in any operation and planning g phase by doing the advance preparation,

which will include the following;

Physically inspect all venue`s, routes and area which will be visited by Principal

Gather information by means of interviews/ questioning

Investigate all relevant matters concerning the operation

Every aspect of the investigations/ inspections should be documented, which means all findings should

be recorded by means of the following;

In writing and drawings

Typing

Electronically - Audio/ Visual

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VENUE INSPECTION - Should include;

Venue layout

Area and route maps

Floor plans of venue

Description of topographical features ( Detailed description on map of town/ District/ Natural and artifi-

cial features

Road / City Maps

Take Photographs

Measure Distances and calculate times to get from point A-B

COMMUNICATION METHODS AND PROCEDURES

Allocate call signs to the team members and relevant parties involved. Eg Team Leader`s - call sign

could be, Tango Lima

Voice procedures/ Bass and RSVP Principals etc ( Full description in chapter 10 Radio coms )

Determine what type of net to use - Will Repeaters be needed/ will simplex be sufficient

RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS OF PROTECTION TEAMS to be planned and orders to be given to

Sap team

Residential security team

Counter surveillance team

Pes team

Counter sniper team

What is the resource requirements for protecting the principal at venue/ route/ in transit (would

Additional man power, vehicles, information, maps, plans etc be required.)

* An operational command structure and control measures should be planned for protecting the principal

at the venue /route/ area

The placing of personnel - eg Oc, Team Leader, Motorcade Commander, structuring of different

teams and control measures

Establish the location of ops room

Requirements for ops room

Relevant maps and plans

Principals itinerary

Logs (Vehicles Keys, Personnel)

Emergency Plans

Telephone Numbers of Emergency Services, on and off Duty

Protection Personnel, Key Corporate Personnel, other Security services

Checklists of (Advance and Route Reconnaissance, and Searches) Relevant

Spare Keys

Search Equipment

Firearms and Ammunition

Radios, Telephones, Cellular Telephones, and chargers

Telephone Directories

Fire Extinguishers

CCTV Monitors, Portable Alarm, Cameras, Recorders

Safety Gear

First Aid Equipment

Refreshments

Toilet Facilities

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SEARCHING (FULLY DESCRIBED IN CHAPTER 5)

SEARCHING SHOULD ALSO INCLUDE

Buss and IED’s

Searching floors, Walls, Furniture, Appliances, Ceiling

Adjacent and Surrounding areas

Electronically

VERFICATION MUST INCLUDE

Inspection

Testing

The next few pages will consist of documentation needed for the operational planning and the execution

thereof.. (Plan your work and work your Plan )

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THREAT ASSESSMENT PROTECTEE QUESTIONNAIRE TAPQ-1

Client’s personal life :

Name __________________________ Place of birth (nationality) ____________________________________

Places lived within the past 20 years ____________________________________________________________

Places frequently visited on business or pleasure ___________________________________________________

Current profession or government position _______________________________________________________

Past profession or government position __________________________________________________________

Military or diplomatic service _________________________________________________________________

Any military combat experience________________________________________________________________

Known medical problems _____________________________________________________________________

Specific info about spouse ( profession, government service, etc) ______________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________

Children – names, ages place of residence ________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________

Noteworthy, relatives, business associates or friends -

__________________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________

Religious affiliation __________________ Political affiliation _______________________________________

Social/fraternal affiliation _____________________________________________________________________

Employees – at residence _____________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________

Personal employees (ie. Admin asst, secretary) ____________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________

Lifestyle – private/low profile r outgoing/high profile _______________________________________________

How often photographed – society page, business page, sports section, entertainment section, scandal

sheets_____________________________________________________________________________________

Vices – gambling, drinking, lovers______________________________________________________________

Is there a driver ? For the principal _________________ For spouse ___________________________________

For children _______________________ Are the drivers trained ________________________________

Known enemies _____________________________________________________________________________

Has there been threatening phone calls, letters, etc _________________________________________________

Have there been threats or attacks in the past _____________________________________________________

What is the nature of any threats – Assassination? Kidnapping? Against the family?

__________________________________________________________________________________________

What security precautions are already in effect ____________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________

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TAPQ-2

Client’s professional life:

In what type of business is the client engaged ___________________________________________________

Who provides the primary competition ________________________________________________________

Are there any pending lawsuits, particularly over injuries __________________________________________

Is the client’s corporate raider or engaged in hostile take-over actions ________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________

How are employees related__________________________________________________________________

Any particularly disgruntled employees ________________________________________________________

Any who have been fired or have left with substantial bitterness ____________________________________

Any strikes or other labour unrest_____________________________________________________________

What type of security is in effect at the place of business __________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________

Is there a secure parking facility______________________________________________________________

What type of screening is in effect for visitors, mail and phone calls _________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________

If in government service, do the client’s decision affect :

Military affairs or operations____________________________________________________________

Law enforcement_____________________________________________________________________

Relations with other countries___________________________________________________________

Financial or trade matters ______________________________________________________________

Where does the principal travel on business ____________________________________________________

Is there a private aircraft and/or yacht __________________________________________________________

Who does the travel planning ________________________________________________________________

Who normally knows the itinerary ____________________________________________________________

Where does the principal usually stay when travelling ____________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________

Hw often and where does the principal make public appearances ____________________________________

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PP-1

CPO Compiling Profile S _______ Name: _________________

VIP

PERSONAL PROFILE

Name: ______________________

Position / Status: _____________________________

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PP-2

PERSONAL PROFILE

PERSONAL DETAILS

Full Name:

_______________________________

Surname:

_______________________________

Call Name:

_______________________________

ID Number:

_______________________________

Address:

_______________________________

_______________________________

Postal Address: _______________________________

_______________________________

Postal Code:

_______________________________

Email:

_______________________________

Home Telephone: (_____) ________________________

Work Telephone: (_____) ________________________

Fax Number:

(_____) ________________________

Cell Number:

_______________________________

Gender:

Male / Female

Marital Status: _______________________________

Dependants:

_______________________________

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INDEMNITY PP-3

I , ID no: hereby ir-
revocable indemnify the South African Bodyguard Association,
Mpumalanga Bodyguard Association, Cape Province Bodyguard
Association, Gauteng Bodyguard Association, Kzn Bodyguard As-
sociation, Limpopo Bodyguard Association, North-West Bodyguard
Association, Free state Bodyguard Association, SA Bodyguard
Training Academy, any SA Bodyguard company and any agent,
staff member, officials or trainers of above mentioned, against any
claim for injuries or death which may arise from my participation in
and travelling to and from such events, as per contractual engage-
ment in the form of close protection or displays or training organ-
ised by or for the Association or companies with full knowledge and
appreciation of the risk inherent in these activities and hereby
waive any claim that may arise there from.

SIGNED ON THE_____________________DAY OF _____________________________________2005

AT______________________________________________________________________________

SIGNATURE:_______________________________ WITNESS:_________________________________.

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MEDICAL PROFILE

PP-4

HISTORY

Allergies: ________________________________________________________

Medication: ________________________________________________________

Past Cardiac: ________________________________________________________

Respiratory: ________________________________________________________

Neurological: ________________________________________________________

Endocrine: ________________________________________________________

Diabetes: ________________________________________________________

Surgical: ________________________________________________________

Blood Group: ________________________________________________________

Current state of health: ________________________________________________

Smoker / Non-Smoker How many cigarettes per day: ______________________

Alcohol consumption: Yes / No

Other: ______________________________________________________________

Medical Scheme Name: ________________________ Member no: _____________

Any level of medical qualification: Level 1 2 3 4 (5BA) (ALS) (ILS) (N Dip) (Doctor)

GP’s Name: ________________________ Phone no: (_____) _________________

Family Members for emergency purposes:

Name: _____________________________ Phone no: (_____) _________________

Name: _____________________________ Phone no: (_____) _________________

Name: _____________________________ Phone no: (_____) _________________

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GENERAL INFORMATION

PP-5

Firearm no: ____________________ Licence no: _________________________

Drivers Licence: Code: ____________ PDP: _____________________________

Principal Vehicle: Registration no: _____________________________________

Make: ________________________

Model: ________________________

Type: ________________________

Colour: ________________________

Spouse Vehicle Registration no: ___________________

Make: _________________________

Model: _________________________

Type: _________________________

Colour: _________________________

Criminal Record: Yes / No Type of Conviction: ________________________

Neighbours – Close friends: _________________________________________

Affair: _________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________

Hobbies: _________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________

High Lights of your Career: _________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________

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PP-6

No of dogs on premises or other pets:

_____________________________________________________

Favourite Colour: _________________________________________________

Favourite Food: __________________________________________________

………/4

Favourite Hot Drink: ______________________________________________

Favourite Cold Drink: _____________________________________________

Star Sign: _______________________________________________________

I like to plan my day:

_________

I like to address people:

_________

I am a private person:

_________

I say what I think:

_________

I think what I say:

_________

I like to watch TV:

_________

My favourite TV programme is: ______________________________________

My favourite subjects to talk about are: ________________________________

__________________________________________________________________

Signature

Date

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VIP APPEARANCE SITE SURVEY VAS-1

Site _______________________ Type of site _________________________________________________

City _______________________ Date of appearance ___________________________________________

Site manager/event organiser __________________ Phone _______________________________________

Time of event ________________ Approx duration _____________________________________________

Will principal speak ________ When _________ Approx duration_________________________________

Will principal dine ______________ Will there be a receiving line _________________________________

Preferred receiving line set up_______________________________________________________________

Entrances to site ___________________ Exits from site _________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Preferred entrance ________________________________________________________________________

Preferred exit____________________________________________________________________________

Alternate entrances _______________________________________________________________________

Alternate exits___________________________________________________________________________

Command post location ___________________________________________________________________

Additional security :______________________________________________________________________

Local law enforcement __________ Private security _____________________________________

Other protective teams ____________________________________________________________________

Number of fixed security posts (mark on diagram) ______________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Liaison with local police __________________ Phone __________________________________________

Liaison with private security _______________ Phone __________________________________________

Number of radio channels needed____________________________________________________________

ID badges needed : Protective team __________________________________________________________

Local law enforcement ____________________________________________________________________

Armed private security ____________________________________________________________________

Unarmed private security ___________________________________________________________

Other personnel___________________________________________________________________

How much publicity has the VIP visit received _________________________________________________

umber of employees at site : Permanent ____________ Temporary ________________________________

Special security precautions in effect _________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Will a search be carried out by bomb-detection canines __________________________________________

When will it be carried out and will the site be sealed afterwards ___________________________________

Nearest police station _______________________ Phone ________________________________________

Normal response time _____________________________________________________________________

Nearest hospital with emergency centre _______________________________________________________

If there is a sporting event, is there a rivalry with a history of violence _______________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

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VAS-2

For sporting events, where is the most secure seating (boxes, private clubroom, etc)

_____________________________________________________________________

For theatre, opera, etc., where are the most secure boxes _______________________

_____________________________________________________________________

Counter-sniper team deployed_____________________________________________

Where_________________________________________________________

If principal is speaking outside, can podium/platform be positioned to limit exposure to snip-

ers_____________________________________________________________

Other information :

(Attach plans, diagrams, schedules, etc.)

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RESTAURANT SURVEY

RS-1

Name of restaurant __________________ Date of visit __________________________________________

City _______________ Address_____________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Phone _________________________ Serving hours ____________________________________________

Manager ______________________ Head waiter _______________________________________________

Secure parking___________________________________________________________________________

Number of entrances/exits__________________________________________________________________

Acceptable attire _________________________________________________________________________

Normal seating capciy _____________________ Bar/lounge ___________________________________

Number of private dining rooms ______ Private seating capacity __________________________________

Average time for a four-course meal__________________________________________________________

Average cost for a four-course meal wit wine __________________________________________________

Are any receptions, banquets, etc., scheduled on day of visit ______________________________________

If so, what type __________________________________________________________________________

Does restaurant attract persons of any specific ethnic/national background?

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Do employees tend to be of a specific ethnic/national background?

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Best points to locate members of the protective detail ____________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Nearest police station ____________________________________________________________________

Normal police response time _______________________________________________________________

Nearest hospital with emergency centre _______________________________________________________

Do restaurant and kitchen appear clean________________________________________________________

Are emergency exists easily accessible________________________________________________________

Are any portions of the restaurant particularly vulnerable to attack from the street

_______________________________________________________________________________________

How well lit is the restaurant _______________________________________________________________

Other information ________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

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CITY CHECKLIST

CC-1

(Items marked with * have a related security survey on file)

(Maps and diagrams to be attached)

City _____________________________ Country _____________________________________________

Principal language spoken ________ Time difference from Greenwich ______________________________

Last visited ______________ Currency and current exchange rate __________________________________

Airport __________________________ Airport code ____________________________________________

Distance from airport to city centre __________________________________________________________

Police contacts : Local __________________ National _________________________________________

Private security contacts

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Electronic security specialists_______________________________________________________________

Bomb dog handler________________________________________________________________________

Limo services and trained drivers____________________________________________________________

Linguists/translators ______________________________________________________________________

Acceptable medical facilities _______________________________________________________________

Medical evacuation air service ______________________________________________________________

English speaking/US or European trained doctors _______________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_

Favourite hotels :

_____________________ Manager/Reservations and number

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________ Manager/Reservations and number _____________________________________

_____________________ Manager/Reservations and number _____________________________________

Favourite restaurants ;

_____________________ Manager and number ________________________________________________

_____________________ Manager and number ________________________________________________

_____________________ Manager and number ________________________________________________

Special threats or dangers :

Criminal________________________________________________________________________________

Terrorist________________________________________________________________________________

Ethnic/religious__________________________________________________________________________

Medical ________________________________________________________________________________

Weapons restrictions and licences____________________________________________________________

Gun shop/armourer/gunsmith _______________________________________________________________

Embassies :

Other applicable : ________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Information regarding use of radios (frequencies, regulations, etc.) _________________________________

Information regarding use of mobile phones ___________________________________________________

Local customs regarding gratuities (an bribes) __________________________________________________

Important local taboos_____________________________________________________________________

Principal religions________________________________________________________________________

Location of :

All night pharmacies_________________________________________________________________

Dry cleaners & laundries_____________________________________________________________

Other transportation : _____________________________________________________________________

Yacht basin/harbour _________________________________________________________________

Rail station ______________ Heliport __________________________________________________

Other useful information :

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

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ROUTE CHECK-LIST

RC-1

(NOTE : A route check-list is most effective if it is prepared in conjunction with

a map upon which features may be marked. Computer programs now allow the generation of maps, to

which comments, alternate routes and potential problem

areas may be added)

Date and time route will be travelled_______________________________________

Distance to be covered __________________________________________________

Driving time based on advance team travelling the route _______________________

Mark factories, offices, schools and other buildings that increase traffic at certain times during the day

____________________________________________________

Locations of police stations. ______________________________________________

Locations of hospitals with emergency centres. _______________________________

Locations of overpasses._________________________________________________

Locations of bridges ___________________________________________________

Locations of tunnels .___________________________________________________

Points where road construction may cause slow-downs ________________________

Other traffic check points________________________________________________

If an official motorcade, note whether police can control traffic lights to speed progress

_____________________________________________________________

Note any parades or other events scheduled that will affect traffic ________________

One-way streets and the direction of the flow ________________________________

Wooded areas including parks ____________________________________________

Buildings that other particularly good shooting positions for snipers ______________

_____________________________________________________________________

Mark particularly dangerous sites for a command detonated explosive devices ______

_____________________________________________________________________

Pedestrian areas, especially where crowds are likely __________________________

Communication dead zones______________________________________________

Areas where loud noises may occur, especially if they could be mistaken for gunfire or explo-

sions__________________________________________________________

Note potential alternate routes at critical points _______________________________

Note speed limits_______________________________________________________

Will a local police or office/s be assigned to a motorcade? ______________________

How many cars will comprise the VIP motorcade _____________________________

Are several cars of the same type available __________________________________

Mark entrance to be used at destination _____________________________________

(If a map generation program is used or an overlay added to a standard street map, it may be useful to col-

our-code the route, alternate routes and other key features)

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HOTEL CHECK-LIST

HC-1

City _________________________ Date of visit _______________________________________________

Hotel ________________________ Address___________________________________________________

Phone _______________________ Fax _____________________________________________________

Web site/e-mail__________________________________________________________________________

General manager/manager ____________________ Phone _______________________________________

Head of security ____________________________ Phone _______________________________________

Rooms needed for member of the party as follows : Principal ____________________________________

Family _______________ Staff ____________ Protective team ______________________________

Reservations made : Date ______________ Under what name _____________________________________

Confirmed _____________________ Rooms reserved ___________________________________________

Command post location ___________________________________________________________________

Check-in/check-out procedure ______________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Restaurants (including hours of service and acceptable attire) :

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Hours of room service_____________________________________________________________________

Special facilities :

Computer/business centre_____________________________________________________________

Gym and spa

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Swimming pool___________________________________________________________________

Shops___________________________________________________________________________

Medical _________________________________________________________________________

Valet/dry cleaning/laundry __________________________________________________________

Translators_______________________________________________________________________

Security vault/safe deposit _________________________________________________________

Hotel security :

How many guards on duty each shift ___________________________________________________

How are they dispatched_____________________________________________________________

Are they armed ____________________________________________________________________

Nearest police station _____________________________________________________________________

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Fire safety : HC-2

Check smoke detectors ______________________________________________________________

Check electrical wiring

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Check fire extinguishers _____________________________________________________________

Check fire hoses____________________________________________________________________

Nearest fire station__________________________________________________________________

Evacuation procedure______________________________________________________________

Nearest hospital with an emergency centre _____________________________________________________

Number of hotel entrances __________________ Exits __________________________________________

How many allow a limo to pull up nearby _____________________________________________________

Lifts___________________________________________________________________________________

Are any lifts express ______________________________________________________________________

Can it be arranged to lock out one as a express _________________________________________________

Are lifts limited access by key card __________________________________________________________

Staircases_______________________________________________________________________________

Parking facilities ________________________________________________________________________

Can secure parking be arranged _____________________________________________________________

Other personnel and phone numbers__________________________________________________________

Assistant manager__________________________________________________________________

Concierge_________________________________________________________________________

Restaurant managers________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________

Head waiters

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________

Head porter _______________________________________________________________________

Doorman _________________________________________________________________________

Other use full information

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

(Attach floor and room plans, restaurant and room-service menus, photos of key staff)

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AIRLINE CHECK-LIST

AC-1

Name of airline__________________________________________________________________________

Flight number _____________________ Gate number __________________________________________

Contact person and number_________________________________________________________________

Airline security contact and number__________________________________________________________

Departure time _______________________ Arrival time ________________________________________

Type of aircraft (attach cabin diagram)________________________________________________________

Special notes on aircraft type _______________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Origin of flight ______________________ Any stops ___________________________________________

Preferred seating for principal and party ______________________________________________________

Preferred seating for protection team _________________________________________________________

Are there any other known VIP’s on the flight _________________________________________________

Do they have a protection team______________________________________________________________

Is this an airline that flies with armed security personnel__________________________________________

Express check-in procedures _______________________________________________________________

Location of airline VIP lounge ______________________________________________________________

Special VIP disembarkation arrangements ____________________________________________________

Special baggage procedures ________________________________________________________________

Procedures for transporting weapons _________________________________________________________

Alternate flight in case of cancellation

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Flight reconfirmed on ____________________________________________________________________

Other information :

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

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AIRPORT CHECK-LIST

AC-2

Airport ___________________________ City _________________________________________________

Airport code ____________ Time (approx) Greenwich __________________________________________

Hub for which airlines_____________________________________________________________________

Other major airlines providing service ________________________________________________________

Number of concourses (attach airline map) ____________________________________________________

Is there a separate international terminal_______________________________________________________

Transfer time ___________________________________________________________________________

Passenger volume ________________________________________________________________________

Approx flights per 24 hours_________________________________________________________________

Flights announced in which languages ________________________________________________________

Location of, and number for :

Airport police___________________________________________________________________________

Airport emergency medical services _________________________________________________________

Lost luggage ____________________________________________________________________________

VIP lounges ____________________________________________________________________________

VIP drop-off points_______________________________________________________________________

VIP pick-up points _______________________________________________________________________

Car rental agencies _______________________________________________________________________

Limo services ___________________________________________________________________________

Taxi stands _____________________________________________________________________________

Restaurants _____________________________________________________________________________

Express baggage claim ____________________________________________________________________

Normal waiting time for luggage ____________________________________________________________

Customs and Immigration__________________________________________________________________

Time from representative gates to limo pick-up area _____________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Normal time to clear customs _______________________________________________________________

Bureau de Change________________________________________________________________________

Company pick-up board___________________________________________________________________

Other information :

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

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SCHEDULED MOVEMENTS.

DAILY ROUTINE RELAITING TO MOVEMENTS AND TRANSFERING FROM A – B AND BACK.

DEPARTING RESIDENCE +______________________________________________________

ANY STOPS BEFORE REACHING OFFICE__________________________________________

ARRIVAL AT OFFICE_____H_____ ARRIVAL AT MEETING DIRECT FROM HOME ____H____

DEPARTING OFFICE FOR ANY REASONS (BUSINESS LUNCH – MEETING – HOME)

1._____H______TO VENUE____________________REASON_______________________

2._____H______TO VENUE____________________REASON_______________________

3._____H______TO VENUE____________________REASON_______________________

4._____H______TO VENUE____________________REASON_______________________

5._____H______TO VENUE____________________REASON_______________________.

PERSONS IN FORMED OF PRINCIPALS ITINERARY OR SPESIFIC MEETINGS

A.______________________TEL:________________________

B.______________________TEL:________________________

C.______________________TEL:________________________

D.______________________TEL:________________________

E.______________________TEL:________________________

TIPE OF VEHICLES USED BY PRINCIPAL.

MAKE_____________MODEL:_____________COLOUR:____________REG No:______________

MAKE:_____________MODEL:_____________COLOUR:____________REG No:______________

MAKE:_____________MODEL:_____________COLOUR:____________REG No:______________

ATTACH MAPS OF ROUTES USED BY PRINCIPAL.

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DAILY OPERATION PROFILE

DOP-1

Principal :

Name________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________

Special considerations :

Health problems ____________________________

Religious idiosyncrasies ______________________

Political affiliatio ____________ Member of royalty ____________________

(Attach photos of all relevant members of VIP party if not known to all team members)

Date ______________________ City______________________________________

Predicted weather _____________________________________________________

Intelligence :

Local situation _____________________________

Government _______________________________

Police ____________________________________

Military __________________________________

Economic _________________________________

Other ____________________________________

(Attach photos of local persons of importance whom team members should be able to recognise)

Potential threats :

Political ______________________________________

Religious _____________________________________

Personal ______________________________________

Criminal ______________________________________

Terrorist ______________________________________

Other _________________________________________

(Attach photos, descriptions, modus operandi of identified threats; also attach summary of overall threat as-

sessment)

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Itinerary : DOP-2

1200 – 0200 :

0200 – 0400 :

0400 – 0600 :

0600 – 0800 :

0800 – 1000 :

1000 – 1200 :

1200 – 1400 :

1400 – 1600 :

1600 – 1800 :

1800 – 2000 :

2000 – 2200 :

2200 – 2400 :

Meetings and appointments (relevant information) ____________________________

_____________________________________________________________________

(Attach blueprints, fllor plans, advance surveys, photos, etc)

Routes between venues and estimated travel times :

(Attach maps, surveys, etc)

Meals (for principal and team members) : Times _____________________________

____________________________________________________________________

Locations ____________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________

(Attach surveys, menus, etc)

Local security assistance at avenues :

Venue _________________________________________________________

Private _________________________________________________________

Local __________________________________________________________

State___________________________________________________________

National________________________________________________________

(Include names of supervisors and/or liaison officers: include ID procedures)

Protection team :

Team leader___________________________________________________________

Asst team leader _______________________________________________________

Security advance party __________________________________________________

Drivers ______________________________________________________________

Medic _______________________________________________________________

Others and assignments :

_______________________________ _____________________________

_______________________________ _____________________________

_______________________________ _____________________________

Attire ____________________________________________________________

Equipment :

Weapons to be carried _______________________________________________

Medical kit ________________________________________________________

Communications equipment (include frequencies) _________________________

_________________________________________________________________

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Other _____________________________________________________________

Vehicles :

__________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________

(Include types, licence numbers, driver assigned to each, location of spare keys, garaging or parking arrange-

ments, etc.)

Co-ordination :

(If working with several teams, with teams for other VIP’s, etc., include special

co-ordination instructions, IF procedures, etc)

________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

Fixed-post security :

Office ____________________________________________________

Residence/hotel _____________________________________________

(Include all relevant information including ID procedures)

Phone number :

Police _______________________ Fire _____________________

Ambulance ___________________ Doctor __________________

Hospital ______________________ Embassy ________________

Residence/hotel ________________ Other ___________________

DOP-3

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BUSINESS:__________________________________

TYPE OF BUSINESS:_____________________________________________________________

COMPETITORS:_________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________

No OF EMPLOYEES:__________________________________

WHATS THE ANNUAL STAFF TURN – OVER:_______________________________________

ARE THERE UNION CONSIDERATIONS OR OPPOSI-

TION:_____________________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________

IS THERE ACCESS CONTROLL TO OFFICE YES_____ NO_____

TYPE: SIGHN IN (GUARDS)__________________________________

ELECTRONIC______________________ TYPE OF SYSTEM_____________________________

ARE THE CALLS AND MAIL SCREENED:___________________________________________

METHOD:____________________________

IS THERE A CAR PARK______ OPEN AREA ______ ENCLOSED_____ GARAGE_______

BASEMENT ______ UPPER LEVEL______

ARE THERE PARKING ATTENDANCE YES______ NO______

TRAVEL:

TO WHAT COUNTREIES DOES HE/SHE FREQUENTLY

TRAVEL:__________________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

BUSINESS OR RESIDENCE OUT OF STATE:_________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________

TRAVEL – COMMERCIAL:____________ AIRLINE:___________________________________

TRAVEL – PRIVATE:_________________ FROM:______________________________________

WHO DOES THE TRAVEL PLANNING:______________________________________________

HOW MANY PEOPLE KNOW THE ITINARARY:______________________________________

ARE PUBLIC APPEARANCES SCHEDULED IN ADVANCE:____________________________

________________________________________________________________________________

HOTELS NORMALLY USED:______________________________________________________

VISITING CASINO’S OR NIGHTCLUBS:_____________________________________________

VALUEBLES OR CASH NORMALLY CARRIED WITH:________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________

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RESIDENCE

LOCATION OF RESIDENCE: ______________________________________________

ARE THERE EXISTING RESIDENTIAL SECURITY PROCUDERES YES___NO___

ELECTRONIC: __________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

GUARDS: ______________________________________________________________

REACTION UNIT: ____________NAME:___________TEL:_____________________

INTRUSION DETECTORS: _______________________________________________

SMOKE DETECTORS: ___________________________________________________

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: __________________________________________________

FIRE ESCAPES: _________________________________________________________

PANNIC BUTTONS: _____________________________________________________

INDICATE THE FOLLOWING ON PERIMETER PLAN:

FENCES: _______________________________________

GATES – ELECTRONIC __________________________

POSITIONING – CCTV SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS: _________________________

INTRUSION SYSTEMS: __________________________

DOGS: _________________________________________

SURROUNDINGS 380 AND LANDMARKS: _________________________________

LIGHTING: _____________________________________

PERIMETER PLAN:

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NO OF EMPLOYEES AT RESIDENCE: ______________________________________

NAMES: 1._________________ 2. ___________________ 3._____________________

4._________________ 5.____________________ 6.____________________

DRIVER:_________________________ NAME:____________________________

HOW LONG IN SERVICE:________________________________________________

DRIVER TO PRINCIPAL: ______________SPOUSE: ___________CHILDREN:____________

CHILD 1._____________________________ CHILD 2._______________________________

SCHOOL:_____________________________ SCHOOL:______________________________

ADDRESS:____________________________ ADDRESS:_____________________________

TEACHER:____________________________ TEACHER:_____________________________

GRADE:______________________________ GRADE:________________________________

CHILD 3._____________________________ CHILD 4._______________________________

SCHOOL:____________________________ SCHOOL:_______________________________

ADDRESS:___________________________ ADDRESS:______________________________

TEACHER:___________________________ TEACHER:______________________________

GRADE:_____________________________ GRADE:_________________________________

RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION:______________________PREACHER:__________________

POLITICAL AFFILIATION:_______________________________________________________

IS FAMILY SECURITY CONCIOS IN RELATION TO ACCESS CON-

TROLL:____________________________________________________________________

VISITOR VERIFICATION:________________________________________________________

RESIDENCE PHOTO PAGE:

(ALL RELEVENT PHOTOS)

_________________________________________________________________________________________

PHOTOS

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__________________________________ IMMEDIATE FAMILY___________________________________________

PHOTOS

__________________________________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________STAFF_________________________________________________:

PHOTOS

__________________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________REGULAR VISITERS___________________________________________:

PHOTOS

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Study this chapter carefully. It will help you to learn from the mistakes that others have made, so that you don't re-

peat them.

Case studies are used extensively in business and management education. They are becoming increasingly popular

as a way of providing practice in applying theoretical knowledge in a real-life context. In this chapter we'll explain

what case studies are and how you can use them. (You will derive most of the benefits described if you discuss a

case with friends.) Then we'll examine two case studies – the assassinations of Chris Hani and Yitzhak Rabin.

What are case studies?

Case studies are descriptions and analyses of situations that are used as a basis for learning, through study and dis-

cussion. They present a 'slice of life', and may be used to examine any topic. Usually they are a complex mix of

'fact', feeling and reason, centred on one or more issues. Case studies are generally text-based, but they can be sup-

ported by audio-visual material to add interest.

Cases chosen for discussion should be believable, or true, and contain suitable elements for discussion. They can

vary in length from a few sentences to hundreds of pages. Length is no indication of a case's difficulty or usefulness

as a training medium.

The term case leader refers to the person using the case to provide the learning opportunity, and learner refers to

the individual who is there to learn.

Why do we use case studies?

Features of cases that contribute to their popularity as a training medium include the following:

They are only a simulation of the real world, so students can experiment and learn from their mistakes, without the

loss that could be incurred in the real world.

They provide an opportunity to practise and develop both analytical and practical skills, as well as to acquire knowl-

edge.

As a 'slice of life', cases present a composite picture of inter-related symptoms and problems, causes and effects,

issues and principles that people are likely to encounter in their everyday work. (By contrast,

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