Tag: security driver

Security Driving – Lessons Learned From A Pro

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Driving is one aspect of the job that I love the most. It’s also one part of the job that is so very important. When I drive, I get excited. I get motivated. I get ready to do what I was put on this earth to do. If it wasn’t for my driving position, I don’t know what I would be doing — probably still working a job and wishing I was in the EP field, while also constantly thinking about how to get into the profession. This leads me to the point of my article: how does one go about getting their foot in the door of EP work?

Below is what helped me get into the field. I hope you will find the information to be helpful.

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Corporate Protective Driving: A View from the Field

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As a corporate protection driver for a global company, “constant readiness” is paramount. Whether it involves multiple itinerary changes, traffic and weather, a disabled vehicle, street threat or a medical emergency, a corporate protection driver relies on experience, training, and resources to successfully manage these and other events, occurring solely or in concert. It’s all part of making a challenging and rewarding job look easy.

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An Anti-Terrorist Driving Video From the 80’s

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Throwback Ambush Scenario video, An Anti-Terrorist Driving Video From the 80’s.

This is a short excerpt from a video we, the old Scotti School, which is now VDI and the ISDA Team, did in the early 80’s. It was 14 minutes in length and covered Anti-Terrorist Driving (That’s what it was called in the 70’s and 80’s). The video also includes Surveillance Detection (SD), hence, SD is not a new skill; it has been around for a minimum of 35 to 40 years.

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