The risks are clear. Direct intervention in a domestic violence incident can be dangerous, and should rarely ever be undertaken alone, or by non-professionals.
I recently had the pleasure to address the attendees of the 2016 Close Protection Conference in Las Vegas. The conference was organized and hosted by the International Protective Security Board (IPSB). Founding member Charles “Chuck” Randolph graciously invited me to speak at the conference, and lead a discussion about “Volunteerism in Close Protection.”
PHILADELPHIA – March 3, 2017 — PROTECTION FROM ABUSE announced today that Michelle Kulp has been named Marketing and Media Director for the charity. Ms. Kulp is an international book launch and publishing expert, as well as a six-time number one bestselling author.
PHILADELPHIA – March 2, 2017 — PROTECTION FROM ABUSE announced today that international security expert Thomas Williams of Amyntor Group joined its Advisory Council. Mr. Williams brings over 25 years of specialized operational and management experience to the charity.
PHILADELPHIA – Nov. 25, 2016 — PROTECTION FROM ABUSE Security Services announced today that Canadian Carolyn Tran is joining the charity as a Program Manager. Ms. Tran currently serves as a Project Coordinator for the Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit. Carolyn has received numerous awards for her academic endeavors, and has received both provincial and national recognition for her innovative research.