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Junglebox – Paradise in Bali Event Security Protocols 14th -15th November 2010


PT GPS Security is owned & operated by an Australian expatriate with extensive international security experience. The company provides a full range of security services across Bali.

Jungle Box will work closely with PT GPS for their extensive local knowledge and their past experience with similar events. We have a reputation for outstanding service that has previously and without fault, secured the safety of all patrons at our partners’ events.

The security plan for this event is a multi-layered one using many resources. This includes the intimate knowledge of the local security personnel that work at the GWK on a daily basis, as well as the Police, Military, Police trained K-9 bomb detection unit that will be checking vehicle access points as part of our team.

We will be also supporting the local community by using the local banjar security personnel called “Pecalang”. They will be dressed in their traditional uniform of black & white checks. Pecalang have extensive knowledge of the local residents and business people in the surrounding areas to the venue. Their staff will assist our team in identifying any possible threats that may become apparent at the event, additionally they will provide traffic control in and around GWK.

Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) - Paradise in Bali Venue

Upon arrival at GWK, a strong security presence will noticed by patrons immediately. Security located at the entry point will consist of several agencies working in cooperation to ensure only those that adhere to all security & safety checks will be permitted entry into the venue. read more…

Westin Resort Bali International Convention Center (BICC) IIAS-IASIA Event – 12th July to 17th July 2010


PT GPS Security working alongside government security agencies to assist in securing this international event held at the Westin BICC venue.

PT. GPS - Bali - conference security services

The GPS Security team

Bali conference security services

The GPS Security team leaders & Westin Chief Security (middle)

This event was run in conjunction with the Polda Bali, Bali Tourist Police, Police special force Brimob & Densus 88 (Anti Terror Unit), Kodam IX Udayana (TNI) Army division, Presidential security force Paspampres, Westin Internal security & GPS security.

We would like to thank all of our friends & partners in ensuring a successful & safe event.

South Africa World Cup Soccer Tournament 2010 – USA Travel Precautions & Warnings


South Africa
May 25, 2010

The Department of State alerts U.S. citizens traveling to or residing in South Africa to safety and security issues related to the FIFA World Cup taking place in nine cities across the country from June 11 to July 11, 2010. This travel alert expires July 31, 2010. Full information about the World Cup for American visitors is available on the U.S. Mission to South Africa’s dedicated World Cup website.

TERRORISM: Large-scale public events like the World Cup may present a wide range of attractive targets for terrorists. There is a heightened risk that extremist groups will conduct terrorist acts within South Africa in the near future. While a number of terrorist threats against the World Cup in South Africa have appeared in the media in recent weeks and months, the U.S. Government has no information on any specific, credible threat of attack that any individual or group is planning to coincide with the tournament. In the event the U.S. Government receives information of any specific and credible threat, the Department of State will provide information on that threat to the public immediately through an updated Travel Alert or Travel Warning. All USC citizens in or traveling to South Africa are urged to register with the U.S. Mission to South Africa in order to receive these alerts as quickly as possible. read more…

ADVANCE WORK


What’s involved in advance work, this is some components.

Advance Personnel Will Precede The Principal To All Locations

This general rule of thumb means that the advance agent or team will, on an as-needed basis, precede the principal to all locations on the itinerary. Whether the principal is going to the office in the morning or on a multi-nation tour, advance personnel are responsible for preceding him, making all necessary arrangements, and establishing all required security cordons. Obviously, there is a great deal of difference between the work you do as an advance agent while taking the principal to the office and your work escorting him on a multi-nation tour.

Generally, advance agents should visit every site on the itinerary at least two times. The first time will be to conduct a site survey, determine the conditions in which you will be working, and to formulate plans to be used during the principal’s visit. The second time you visit the site will be to set up the security cordons you planned during the site survey, and execute any other required security tasks. The advance team will remain onsite for the duration of the principal’s visit and will usually continue to maintain the security capability until you are released by the Detail Leader (DL), the “drop dead” time, or other predetermined conditions have been met.

Advance Agents Will Conduct All Security Coordination And Liaison

Advance agents are responsible for contacting all pertinent “Points of ¬Contact” (POCs) identified in the itinerary or by the principal’s staff in order to personally conduct all of the required security coordination or liaison with the hosting agency or staff. These POCs may include various law enforcement, intelligence, or civilian security agencies that either have involvement in the security function or may provide you with valuable information pertaining to that specific itinerary site. In addition, the advance agents will conduct liaison with the host, event staff, or other POCs who will have responsibility for ¬dealing with the principal at that location. Contact with these people is made in order to gather all available information pertaining to the visit.

Advance Personnel Conduct All Site Surveys

During their first visit to an itinerary location, advance agents will conduct site surveys in order to determine the physical layout, what security measures already exist, and details such as the location of entrances, exits, bathrooms, and other public areas; where to park the motorcade; the location of areas that can be used as safe havens; the location of phone lines that can be used by both the principal and the protective service team; and all other information pertinent to the mission. These surveys help determine the resource requirements needed to establish adequate levels of security for the visit, and enable you to formulate the security plan you will implement. read more…

THE 10 COMMANDMENTS OF EXECUTIVE PROTECTION


GPS Security Bali – Professional security services provider
I am positive that if you follow the 10 commandments of executive protection they will have a profound impact on your career and positively contribute to a safe environment for your clients

10) Thou Shall Do the Job without Fail:

You should never fail in carrying out your executive protection activities, while keeping the trust and confidence the client has placed in you and your bodyguard abilities. Consistently produce positive results through thick and thin.

9) Thou Shall Never Allow Anger to Override Professional Judgment:

In the bodyguard business we should avoid open hostilities even when sleep deprived and under physical and mental stress from the job. Be tolerant with people you come into professional contact with. This does not include people who pose a threat to your client, of course, but should include hotel managers, event management personnel and restaurant managers, etc. Maintain your focus on the task at hand and try not to become angered. Keep a sense of diplomacy when dealing with problems. Using calm diplomacy is the best way for dispute resolution rather than anger or confrontation. This will assist you in your ability to grow more cohesive with your operational environment and make things run smoother on the job and may also avoid bad media attention for your client.

8 Thou Shall Keep Thy Personal Life in Order:

What happens in your personal life can affect your bodyguard performance and career. When off duty with friends and colleagues try not to drink to much or talk to much. No foolish behavior. Get some rest and recuperation and back to basics by narrowing your focus. In this business we get old fast. Many older bodyguards in their fifties and sixties are broke. Exercise good financial planning now, while you’re still young and making lots of money. Spend you money on bare-bones necessities, formulate a plan to put the rest of the money in the bank. Keep the savings plan momentum going, this way you won’t have to be worried about becoming old and broke when your bodyguard days are over. read more…

GPS Exercises


Sample of GPS exercise

Archieves :