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Trade & Industrial Education
TI01556
Executive Personnel Protection
30.00
Study of the techniques employed to protect individuals against threats of violence, kidnapping, and/or assassination. Threat assessment, case study, and recognition of demolitions are also covered.
Bill Allen, 405-717-4333
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Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET)
http://www.cleet.state.ok.us/ProfessionaL_Certificationl_Levels.htm

Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Career Cluster Resources
http://www.careerclusters.org/resources/ClusterDocuments/lawdocuments/LAWFinal.pdf

COURSE OBJECTIVES
The purpose of this course is to provide a student with the basic principles of executive protection. This course also examines legal issues, intelligence gathering, physical security, defense tactics and security equipment. This will be evidenced through the successful completion off all assignments and demonstration through practicum exercises.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
1. Identify the principles of executive protection.
2. Describe the requirements to become a good executive protection professional.
3. Identify legal issues and license requirements for those without executive protection.
4. Identify physical security and searching techniques.
5. Describe various basic security equipment.
6. Identify lessons learned from a major historical assassination on a government or religious official.
7. Identify the principles of executive protection.
8. Describe requirements to become a good executive protection professional.
9. Identify Techniques for treat assessment.
10. Identify various demolition charges (aka IED’s) and how they are employed.
Written and Competency Based examinations.
CLEET - http://www.ok.gov/cleet/documents/2008%20Web%20Published%20Rules.pdf
Law enforcement facilities/agencies.
References: Various texts, articles, bulletins and other materials appropriate to course material are used as instructor references.

Text book:
• The Executive Protection Professional’s Manual, by Philip T. Holder and Donna Lea Hawley.Elsevier - Butterworth Heinemann (Elsevier), 1997/1998.
ISBN: 0750698683 ISBN-13: 9780750698689

Multimedia: Law Enforcement Training Network (LETN)
• Kidnapping: Working With The FBI, Part 1
• Post-Blast Investigation, Part 1: Introduction to Explosive Theory and Effects
• Tools for Intelligence and Crime Analysis
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Career Majors That Sequence This Course
Career Cluster Pathway Career Major
Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Law Enforcement Services Criminal Justice
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