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Afsg International Security Briefing[1]


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Presentation provided to aircraft crew members on international travel security

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Afsg International Security Briefing[1]

  1. 1. Aviation Facilities Security Group, LLC (AFSG)<br />International Travel Security<br />
  2. 2. Location Location Location<br />Know where you are going<br /><ul><li>Have you been there before?
  3. 3. Has anything changed?
  4. 4. Current Status and Threat: Civil Unrest, Political Unrest, Cultural Challenges, War, Natural Disaster
  5. 5. Rings of Intelligence Data and Security Posture: Country, City, Airport security briefings
  6. 6. Alternate locations identified in the event of an incident</li></li></ul><li>Local Threat Profile<br />Just because a location is physically attractive, does not make it safe<br />Crime is present around the globe in some shape or fashion<br />Know what the security challenges are for your location ahead of time<br />Security should always identify potential risks and maintain a focus on the prevention of an event, being proactive not reactive<br />
  7. 7. THE THREE P’s<br />Preparation<br />Personally<br />professionally<br />Prevention<br />Learn security risks <br />Have a “Plan B”<br />Premeditation<br />Plan your work,<br />Work your plan <br />
  8. 8. INTERNATIONAL CULTURES<br />RESEARCH<br />Know the acceptable customs, gestures, gifting practices, greetings<br />RECOGNIZE<br />Host attempts to be polite<br />Potential stumbling blocks<br />HONOR<br />Host signs of appreciation<br />National Laws<br />
  9. 9. Security Issues<br />Aircraft location: probably the most secure<br />Vehicle Security: rental, hired, provided <br />Route Security: repeated travel on same roads and /or limited use of roads<br />Hotel Security: Any past issues, Amount of American presence, House security profile, Location of room(s)<br />Venue Security: Topic controversy, Local security, Routes in and out, <br />
  10. 10. Security Issues continued<br />Physical plane location at field<br />Sterile vs. Non-Sterile<br />Need for additional security<br />Local Security<br />Professionally provided security<br />Need to reposition<br />Immediately upon deplaning<br />In response to events<br />
  11. 11. Hotel Security<br />Know where all the exits are and walk them<br />Have constant communication abilities<br />Know the security posture before check in<br />Have an escape plan<br />Room selection <br />Establish your own room security<br />Let people know where you are <br />
  12. 12. Vehicle Transportation<br />Weakest link in the security chain!<br />Know exactly what you are getting for transportation and that the driver is capable and well trained <br />The driver should be briefed on destinations and any timelines<br />
  13. 13. Local Security Support<br />Contact Local U.S. and friendly Embassies and Consulates<br />Host Nation Police Services<br />Airport Security Services<br />Hotel Staff and Security<br />
  14. 14. Security Resolutions<br />Determine plan for unexpected departure: Medical, Safety events<br />Crew is kept informed of schedule and is able to get to the aircraft quickly<br /> Maintain copies of passports, visa and other important documents<br />Know where the nearest U.S. or Friendly Embassy is located<br />
  15. 15. Customs and Immi9ration<br />Have passports checked for validity (expired or passport given to wrong person) <br />Know the Visa requirements and insure that all are valid and current, including crew<br />Establish local handling agent for meet & greet. Introduction to vehicle drivers and any local support<br />Expedite through customs to transportation<br />
  16. 16. In Closing<br />Know where you are going before you get there.<br />Know what the security challenges and remedies are during your stay<br />Have multiple agendas for travel and for departure<br />Keep the crew involved in the security briefings and plan<br />Know where the closest U.S. or friendly embassy is located<br />You are ultimately responsible for your own safety and security.<br />