Close protection officers
Duties of a CPO
Close security officials (CPOs), or protectors, guard customers against undesirable consideration or physical damage. They are liable for evaluating safety efforts and giving careful reconnaissance.
- Protecting their clients from threats of physical violence.
- Checking out premises, such as hotels, restaurants and theaters, before the client arrives.
- Installing surveillance equipment.
- Surveying the layout of venues, noting potential hazards and exposure to risks.
- Accompanying the client on business and social trips.
- Driving the client to and from venues.
Dangers to customers could emerge out of the scope of sources including psychological oppressor associations, political rivals, stalkers or over-energetic fans. Their customers may likewise confront intense perils, for example, abducting endeavors. CPOs are regularly contracted to work for individuals in the open eye.