Planning and Threat Assessment

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Planning and Threat Assessment

I. Universal Protection Agency
Universal Protection Agency is a 20 person firm specializing in providing safety and security. Only 8 of the 20 employees will be working on Mr. Smith’s protection plan due to other clientele requiring the services of the other employees. Our staff consists of individuals with various skills and/or talents. Each of our employees have received Masters Degrees in their areas of expertise and have years of experience in providing protection to individuals, families, organizations, and communities. We provide Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) like security as many of our employees are former CIA agents or from other law enforcement agencies. Government officials, sports entertainers, and famous people frequently hire us to provide security for their home, business, or travel.
II. Planning and Threat Assessment Plan for Principle Smith
A threat assessment team was established and their duties are to assess, plan, manage and control the risk in order to protect Principle Smith and his estate. The protection of Mr. Smith’s estate at Laguna Beach is in need of constant protection and we are to plan the safe expedition from his home and back the day of his trial. The threat assessment team will be responsible for the safety of Mr. Smith regardless of their personal feelings towards this man.
III. The Threat Assessment Team
The following individuals will be in charge of assessing and providing security for Mr. Smith’s home and his travelling to and from the court house.
Dianna Kirkland (myself), Head of Security Detail, former CIA Intelligence Collection Analyst

John, former CIA Intelligence Collection Analyst
Sean, former CIA Counter Terrorism Analyst
Abby, Former CIA Technical Analyst
Julie, former CIA Political Analyst
Shawna, also former CIA Political Analyst
Beverly, also former CIA Intelligence Collection Analyst
Jason, former CIA Weapons Specialist
Ryan, former CIA Weapons

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