Welcome to the worldwide authority on the female bodyguard profession. How can we make that claim? Because we are real world female executive protection, female bodyguards, vip protection, female close protection and female threat management specialists. We do this for our careers sometimes seven days a week for long periods of time.
We have many titles, however, female bodyguard is just fine. Bodyguard is the oldest most noble term for our profession. In the last several years other terms such as close protection, executive protection and vip protector have come into use.
In the United States, executive protection and executive protection specialist are the most widely used terms. In the United Kingdom (UK) they use the term close protection quite often for bodyguards. Other countries follow suit with using these two countries titles.
Other countries like the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and south east Asian nations use VIP protection quite often. Countries like Greece use VIP protection and close protection.
Regardless of how you say it, those in the business are bodyguards.
We work with heads of state, political dignitaries and their families, kings, celeberties, high-networth individuals, CEO’s, and any other individual who has the potential to be in a dangerous situation and would like to stay out of harms way.
Female bodyguards are not just trained on how to defend in their role as protector, but more importantly, how to prevent measures of intentional and unintentional acts of harm and embarassing situations. It may be of interest to note that female bodyguards are specialists at pre-operational planning and strategy. They also utilize protective intelligence to use foreknowledge of an impending threat to conduct thorough analyis and investigation of such threats.