CAPE FEAR SECURITY COUNCIL        Personal Protection Awareness Workshops   Memberships   Discounted Seminars, Workshops...
Personal Risk ManagementSecurity & Safety – Best Practices   Mike Robertson, CFE PPS   Aquesta Insurance   Director Risk M...
Personal Risk Management          Security & Safety – Best Practices                       RiskIntroduction               ...
Personal Risk Management           Security & Safety – Best Practices                    AssessTransfer                   ...
Personal Risk ManagementSecurity & Safety – Best Practices        +     Assess        +   Transfer        +   Mitigation =
Personal Risk Management           Security & Safety – Best Practicessk Transfer - Insurance            Homeowners – Prope...
Travel
Autos
Hotels
Hotels
Overseas
Overseas
idnapping            http://www.travel-security-and-safety.com/
rsonal Security - Home
rsonal Security - Malls
rsonal Security - ATMs
rsonal Security - Attack
dentity Theft
hild Security
hild Security
uman Trafficking
Conclusion
ntroduction Should My Family and I Be Concerned About Personal Safety? Violent Criminals, Deranged, Drugged, Domestic Terr...
ntroduction Three Ingredients of Effective Self Defense: Combatives (IE – Boxing, Wrestling, Jiu Jitsu) Composure – Smart ...
ntroduction Trained Actions are Your Best Weapons What Age or Fitness Level is Needed to Start Self Defemse? Self Defense ...
ntroduction   Survival is a Mindset…   With a Well-Trained Mind/Body You Can   Impact the Outcome   To Survive a Violent E...
ScenariosScenario – One vs. Single Attacker
Scenariosenario – One vs. Multiple Attacker
Scenarios     Scenario – Mob Violence
Scenarios Scenario – Unarmed vs. Firearm  Scenario – Unarmed vs. Knife
Scenariosenario – Armed – Firearm vs. Firearcenario – Armed – Knife vs. Firearm            The “21 Foot Rule”
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  • MISSION OF CFSC - REGISTER, JOIN CFSC BATHROOMS LUNCH QUESTIONS ANYTIME CONTENT AVAILABLE UPON REGISTRATION W VALID EMAIL ADDRESS THANKS SPONSORS – AQUESTA INSURANCE, CAGE ACADEMY KNOWLEDGE IS POWER…& PROTECTION
  • BACKGROUNDER LENF FAMILY – SECURITY UNDERGRAD LENF CRIMINAL JUSTICE -IBM – SDI – STAR WARS – BREACH INTERCEPT – ENCRYPTION – CIA, AF, LEAVENWORTH EDS – EXEC PROT – FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS - $2.6 MM YEAR 1 CIA CONTRACTOR – CENTRAL – SOUTH AMERICA – BOGOTA, MEDELLJN, LIMA KIDNAP RANSOM – HOSTAGE NEGOT – HRT HOSTAGE RECOVERY TEAMS BANKS, ARMORED CAR, AIR COURIER, ATM, DIAMOND DISTRICT 47 TH ST, CASINOS LOSSES – AC TERMINALS, EL SALVADOR EXEC PROT FOR HEAD OF CHRISTIAN MINISTRY TARGETED AND THREATENED RODNEY KING RIOTS – CHECK CASHERS SAM SHEPPARD HOMOCIDE JON BENET RAMSEY INTERVIEW AND INTERROGATION TRAINING LENF, INTEL, MILITARY
  • READ AREAS – PROTECTION ROLLER COASTER
  • RISK ATM
  • Airports Nothing in carry on or checked bags which could be used as a weapon Keep itinerary confidential Keep ticket / & 2 photo ID’s on person at all times Seats over wing are preferable Do not leave bags unattended Do not accept gifts or agree to carry anything onboard the aircraft Screening checkpoint cautions - theft Report ANYTHING suspicious No Gypsy Cabs guard laptops, phones Pickpocket-proof wallets-handbags
  • Rental Car and Vehicle Security Keep Doors-Windows closed/locked Leave escape path room, car weapon If followed, series of turns, public area Registration on person, no title in car, mask VIN number (keys duped) Break down – Call 4 help, stay inside until Police arrive, ask Samaritans to call Police, windows closed Drive on rim for flats in bad areas until in safer territory If carjacked, give up car, wallet Description of assailant Park in well lit, busy areas, use valet or security escort Keep rental contract on your person Do not store valuables in rentals Hotel transport services Cabs (Bogota) Rental cars Possible surveillance If surveillance is confirmed Driving - Use well-traveled streets Don’t stop in isolated areas Inconspicuous car, not “wealthy” Locking gas cap, inside hood release Look into vehicle before entering View exterior prior to approach
  • Get rooms near fire exits (2 nd thru 7 th fl) No announcing or giving room numbers No access for un-requested services Ask for ID Don’t meet strangers in room Count number of doors to stairs Out of room - No valuables (ltops) in room TV on, trash controls
  • Fire Doorknob warm? If smoke, wet towel or mask, stay low Count doors to stairs, room closeby No elevators, down stairs & out If must stay in room – Hang sheet, close window, bathroom, fill tub, block vents, phone help
  • Awareness & Preparation Don’t stand out- low profile-dress casually, minimal jewelry (customs),no readable luggage tags with company logos, Itinerary confidential Preparation – Travel Advisories Choose Major Intl hotel, nonstop flights Use travelers checks combined with credit and small amounts of cash Check homeowners insurance Data sheet – Embassy/Consulate, copies of Passport, DL, Credit Card list, Extra prescriptions, copy in luggage-another with someone easily contacted Meds in original container w/ label Insurance – Travel Accident, Repatriation, Kidnap and Ransom
  • Driving & Street Smarts Scopalamine, Children Groups Money Belts, Separate VIP from wallet, small amount of cash there Watch credit limits
  • What to do if Kidnapped Take a moment to compose yourself Consider your plan Act on your plan Stay Calm – initial escape? Do not threaten anyone Never fight physically with your abductors Cooperate as well as you can with them Do not tell them what actions might be taken by your family or employer Assume that you will get out of the situation alive Don’t talk about religion, politics Observe surroundings, pass the time by remembering aspects of your captivity Do not appear to study though What to do if Kidnapped Be prepared for a ride in a trunk Transference syndrome (Stockholm) If longer term: Develop “personal space” Eating area, sleeping area Display family photos from wallet or purse if allowed
  • Home Doors-Windows-Pseudo Dogs Alarm Systems – windows, glass break, doors, motion, cell backup, stickers, no hide keys, no ID on key ring, new house? new locks, no messages on door, keep mail picked up, garage closed, trash cans taken out on schedule, lived-in look, lighting, secure sliding glass doors, Valet no house key Safe Rooms, Door Viewers, Fire Drills, Code Words
  • Malls Be wary of pickpockets Park in well-lit, busy area Keys out, look inside and under vehicle Get security escort if uncomfortable
  • ATMs Observe area, no nights, watch for skimmers on ATM, vehicle ready, Money away, observe when exiting, memorize PIN, enter PIN with knuckles, Grocery stores
  • If Attacked – try to remain calm If attacker wants $ or car, give them up If defense is needed, capstun, baton strike, quick punch to groin, eyes, trachea, solar plexus, high heel on foot Distractions – confuse,delay,misdirect Get away quick – loud noises while fleeing If home burglary/attack – safe room Gather , Call 911and Protect Sexual attacks – call police, don’t disturb the scene or touch anything used by attacker, don’t shower or throw away, brush off, tear or clean anything worn by you or attacker If you must use force, make it sufficient to incapacitate attacker
  • General Guidelines – The Problem Never give out SSN, DOB, address, Phone, or account numbers, pins, cvv codes, dl number, Checking Transactions Never write ssn or phone # on checks Use P.O. Box on checks When paying off credit card bills, use last four numbers for credit card accounts Be alert for out of sequence checks For direct deposit or recurring debit transactions, void a deposit slip, not a live check Credit Card Transactions On signature line, write “Ask for ID…” Never leave credit card receipts on restaurant tables, give to wait staff, watch out for skimmers Hotels – get imprint originals and destroy If old carbon system, get carbons and destroy Never give out personal info over the phone – require offer in writing Mail – use PO box if possible Be wary of credit card offers in mailbox Shred unwanted credit card offers Some credit card companies will automatically activate cards after 90 days dormancy Check credit report for suspicious activity quarterly Online purchases, look for closed lock hasp for SSL encryption Watch out for phishing, pharming, etc. If Identity Stolen Call three major credit bureaus Equifax – 800.525.6285 Experian - 888.397.3742 Trans union – 800.680.7289 Place “Fraud Alert” on your name and ssn, must contact you by phone to authorize new credit Consider Credit Freeze, Credit Monitoring no Credit Karma Call Social Security Admin 800.269.0271 Call DMV – PIN change File police report in jurisdiction of offense Call all credit card issuers (using xerox copy of credit cards, licenses, etc.)
  • Know your full name, address, and phone number. Know how to make a long distance phone call by using the area code or calling the operator. Keep cell phones charged. ICE  Never go into anyone's home without your parent's permission. If you become separated from your parents, go to the nearest check out. Do not go into the parking lot to look for them, or leave the store. Don't wander away from your parents in stores or play hide and seek inside clothes racks.  It's always best to walk with a buddy or friend. Don't be fooled by offers of gifts or candy. Don’t eat it! Stay away from the car. Never get into any car without your parent's permission. Never tell anyone that your parents are not home Never answer the door when you are home alone. Keep the door locked. Never wear a house key where it can be seen. If any adult asks you to keep a "secret", always tell your parents. No one has the right to touch you or make you feel uncomfortable. It's okay to say "No", even if you know the person. If someone in a car is bothering you, try to remember the color of the car, license plate numbers, and color of the plate. If someone else comes to pick you up, have a code word that only you and your parents know. When you're in danger, don't just scream, yell "Help" as loud as you can. If someone tries to take you, yell "This is not my Mommy or Daddy" as loud as you can. Parents should never leave children alone in cars, even for a moment to run into a store, get gas, use an ATM, never! A locked car door will not stop anyone. The following luring techniques have been used by molesters, kidnappers, pedophiles, and others to draw children in. The prevention methods should be reviewed on a one-on-one basis between a parent and a child. It is not intended for group classes of children: Affection - Most acts of molestation are committed by a person who is known and trusted by the child. No one has the right to touch you or make you feel uncomfortable. It's okay to say "No", even if you know the person. Assistance - This lure is most often used by abductors but is not limited to them alone. Children are asked for directions to a popular landmark or nearby school or restaurant; to help find a lost puppy; or help carry an armload of groceries to a car or house. Authority - Children are taught to respect and obey adults. Molesters take advantage of that respect and obedience and use their positions as coaches, clergy, parents, scout leaders, etc. to seduce or disarm children. Some molesters pretend to be police or truant officers or detectives, wearing badges and uniforms and affixing flashing lights to their cars. Bribery - The age-old lure, bribery, still works. Young children may be offered candy, toys or other rewards for sexual favors, or to lure them within grabbing distance of a car. Older children may be tempted with money, alcohol or drugs. Emergency - The emergency lure is designed to confuse and worry the child. "Your mommy is sick and was taken to the hospital - come with me." "Your father had a heart attack, and your mommy sent me to take you to the hospital." "Your house is on fire and your mother is locked out. Do you have a house key? Hurry and come with me. "Fun and Games - Seemingly innocent play often leads to intimate body contact. Games may include tickling, wrestling, make-believe role playing, hiding the quarter, or hiding under the covers.
  • Know your full name, address, and phone number. Know how to make a long distance phone call by using the area code or calling the operator. Keep cell phones charged. ICE  Never go into anyone's home without your parent's permission. If you become separated from your parents, go to the nearest check out. Do not go into the parking lot to look for them, or leave the store. Don't wander away from your parents in stores or play hide and seek inside clothes racks.  It's always best to walk with a buddy or friend. Don't be fooled by offers of gifts or candy. Don’t eat it! Stay away from the car. Never get into any car without your parent's permission. Never tell anyone that your parents are not home Never answer the door when you are home alone. Keep the door locked. Never wear a house key where it can be seen. If any adult asks you to keep a "secret", always tell your parents. No one has the right to touch you or make you feel uncomfortable. It's okay to say "No", even if you know the person. If someone in a car is bothering you, try to remember the color of the car, license plate numbers, and color of the plate. If someone else comes to pick you up, have a code word that only you and your parents know. When you're in danger, don't just scream, yell "Help" as loud as you can. If someone tries to take you, yell "This is not my Mommy or Daddy" as loud as you can. Parents should never leave children alone in cars, even for a moment to run into a store, get gas, use an ATM, never! A locked car door will not stop anyone. The following luring techniques have been used by molesters, kidnappers, pedophiles, and others to draw children in. The prevention methods should be reviewed on a one-on-one basis between a parent and a child. It is not intended for group classes of children: Affection - Most acts of molestation are committed by a person who is known and trusted by the child. No one has the right to touch you or make you feel uncomfortable. It's okay to say "No", even if you know the person. Assistance - This lure is most often used by abductors but is not limited to them alone. Children are asked for directions to a popular landmark or nearby school or restaurant; to help find a lost puppy; or help carry an armload of groceries to a car or house. Authority - Children are taught to respect and obey adults. Molesters take advantage of that respect and obedience and use their positions as coaches, clergy, parents, scout leaders, etc. to seduce or disarm children. Some molesters pretend to be police or truant officers or detectives, wearing badges and uniforms and affixing flashing lights to their cars. Bribery - The age-old lure, bribery, still works. Young children may be offered candy, toys or other rewards for sexual favors, or to lure them within grabbing distance of a car. Older children may be tempted with money, alcohol or drugs. Emergency - The emergency lure is designed to confuse and worry the child. "Your mommy is sick and was taken to the hospital - come with me." "Your father had a heart attack, and your mommy sent me to take you to the hospital." "Your house is on fire and your mother is locked out. Do you have a house key? Hurry and come with me. "Fun and Games - Seemingly innocent play often leads to intimate body contact. Games may include tickling, wrestling, make-believe role playing, hiding the quarter, or hiding under the covers.
  • Not just an international problem Young children & adults are abducted, enslaved, drugged & exploited It is happening here in the Port City Nefarious Video Exodus Cry 5:14 Revolution WWAY Trafficking piece – Cacky Catlin Recent investigations include Mayfaire, Downtown and Porters Neck
  • Vigilance & Awareness are Key Providing Protection for you and your family is not difficult Have a Plan and Execute It Practicing These Principles Pays Dividends Questions and Answers QUESTIONS BRIEF BREAK NEXT SESSION IN TEN REGISTER FOR CFSC
  • Personal protection and security family - aquesta insurance photos only

    1. 1. CAPE FEAR SECURITY COUNCIL Personal Protection Awareness Workshops Memberships Discounted Seminars, Workshops, Content Free Subscription to “Protection” Special Website Access to Advanced Tactical Content Local CFSC Events Special Rates on Protection Products/Services More Info, contact: Mike Robertson, CFE PPS Director Risk Management 910.777.8918 mr@capefearsecuritycouncil.com
    2. 2. Personal Risk ManagementSecurity & Safety – Best Practices Mike Robertson, CFE PPS Aquesta Insurance Director Risk Management 910.777.8918 mrobertson@aquestainsurance.com
    3. 3. Personal Risk Management Security & Safety – Best Practices RiskIntroduction Overseas Travel Kidnapping Autos Trafficking Hotels Attack Defense Identity Theft Child Security Conclusion
    4. 4. Personal Risk Management Security & Safety – Best Practices AssessTransfer Mitigation
    5. 5. Personal Risk ManagementSecurity & Safety – Best Practices + Assess + Transfer + Mitigation =
    6. 6. Personal Risk Management Security & Safety – Best Practicessk Transfer - Insurance Homeowners – Property & Casualty – Wind Umbrella – Teen drivers, boats, pools, atv Auto Liability & Physical Damage Life – 10x income term life Health – Medical, Long Term Care, Disability, Work Compsk Reduction - Security Awareness – Awareness - Awareness Have a Plan, Be Prepared Family Communication
    7. 7. Travel
    8. 8. Autos
    9. 9. Hotels
    10. 10. Hotels
    11. 11. Overseas
    12. 12. Overseas
    13. 13. idnapping http://www.travel-security-and-safety.com/
    14. 14. rsonal Security - Home
    15. 15. rsonal Security - Malls
    16. 16. rsonal Security - ATMs
    17. 17. rsonal Security - Attack
    18. 18. dentity Theft
    19. 19. hild Security
    20. 20. hild Security
    21. 21. uman Trafficking
    22. 22. Conclusion
    23. 23. ntroduction Should My Family and I Be Concerned About Personal Safety? Violent Criminals, Deranged, Drugged, Domestic Terrorists Chances Are You Will Encounter These Persons
    24. 24. ntroduction Three Ingredients of Effective Self Defense: Combatives (IE – Boxing, Wrestling, Jiu Jitsu) Composure – Smart Decisions Under Stress Combat Cardio – Conditioning During Fight/Flight
    25. 25. ntroduction Trained Actions are Your Best Weapons What Age or Fitness Level is Needed to Start Self Defemse? Self Defense Benefits Your Health & Wellness Self Defense Training is Necessary for Personal Security & Safety
    26. 26. ntroduction Survival is a Mindset… With a Well-Trained Mind/Body You Can Impact the Outcome To Survive a Violent Encounter, Your Life Must Be Your Primary Concern
    27. 27. ScenariosScenario – One vs. Single Attacker
    28. 28. Scenariosenario – One vs. Multiple Attacker
    29. 29. Scenarios Scenario – Mob Violence
    30. 30. Scenarios Scenario – Unarmed vs. Firearm Scenario – Unarmed vs. Knife
    31. 31. Scenariosenario – Armed – Firearm vs. Firearcenario – Armed – Knife vs. Firearm The “21 Foot Rule”

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