Jaime Salanga on The Insider on CBS!

Jaime Salanga on The Insider on CBS!

Jaime Salanga on CBS The Insider discussing security measures all celebrities and high net-worth individuals should take when traveling!   For information on how DRAKEN Security can assist with your security needs, give us a call at (844) 399-5130, or email at...

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January Los Angeles Featured Agent

January Los Angeles Featured Agent

Featured Security Agent, Kelly O, has years of experience in high-end security and consulting services. Kelly O has formal executive protection training at the Counterterrrorism Training Center and has traveled overseas for various transportation, executive protection, and K & R details! Kelly O is based in Los Angeles and can be booked directly from the DRAKEN Security App on the Apple Store!...

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Jaime Salanga on The Insider on CBS

Jaime Salanga on The Insider on CBS

Check out the founder of DRAKEN Security, Jaime Salanga, on The Insider on CBS.  Jaime Salanga discusses a bit regarding panic rooms. DRAKEN Security has provided close protection for presidents, diplomats, and royalty.  Jaime Salanga is formerly of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and since founding DRAKEN Security in 2010, expanded into three (3) states and two (2) countries.    DRAKEN Security Agents are now considered some of the best in the industry in regards to their knowledge, skills, and abilities. Visit us at www.drakensecurity.com. Contact us for any staffing or consulting requests at info@drakensecurity.com or call at (818)...

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Online Dangerous Demeanor Detector

Online Dangerous Demeanor Detector

As seen on:   The Dangerous Demeanor Detector (patent pending) teaches you to recognize the facial expression of an individual who is likely to immediately become violent. The D3 training tool consists of a baseline test, 6 instructional pages, a practice test with 40 images and a post test. Based on years of research, it was sparked initially by materials provided by the U.S. Secret Service and recently completed with support from the US Department of Defense. Research has involved law enforcement officers in five very different countries around the world, all of whom have been attacked physically, remembered the face of the attacker, and identified the expression that occurred just moments before the attack.   Why D3? The purpose of the tool is to alert you or any potentially vulnerable person of the need to be more on guard, and perhaps take protective action. Hopefully, noting the face of the assault before it happens will allow you to take defensive or evasive action that will result in stopping an attack before it starts.   How does D3 Work? This tool teaches you to recognize those faces very quickly. It consists of four parts: There is a pre-test, to assess your ability before the instruction. An instructional section, where you learn what the dangerous faces look like, and how to discriminate them from other faces. A practice section, where you practice making those discriminations. A post-test, to assess whether your ability to recognize dangerous faces improved. At the end of the test, you will be able to see and compare your scores from the pre- and post-tests. And for those scoring 80% or higher accuracy in the post-test, you will be able to print an official certificate of completion for the training. Show that you’re serious, and include this training on your resumé. Take the dangerous demeanor course...

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Vincent Lopez on CBS The Insider

Vincent Lopez on CBS The Insider

See Director of Tactical Training, Vincent Lopez, on a recent segment of CBS The Insider!  Vincent discusses with CBS The Insider host Michael Yo, how modern bodyguards protect their clients.  The segment was hosted at our strategic partners training facility, the Counterterrorism Training Center, a training center devoted to providing tactical law enforcement and...

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DRAKEN Security- Lima, Peru October 2014

DRAKEN Security- Lima, Peru October 2014

Overseas (OCONUS) security in LIMA, Peru in October 2014. Some fun facts about Peru: – Peru has more than 50 varieties of corn and 100 varieties of potatoes.  There’s and old saying, ” I am more peruvian than potato.” – There is no state and federal police, no separate municipalities.  Every officers is part of the PNP – Peruvian National Police, with numerous highly specialized units.  They have one of the top counter terrorism units in the world because of their mountain training. – The Inca’s, known for architectural prowess, did not use any mortar to construct the pyramids.  Instead, each layer of stone is fitted so tightly that even a credit card cannot be placed between any of stones.  Additionally, because Peru is known for earthquakes, with Machu Picchu sitting on two fault lines, when earthquakes hit, the pyramid stones, without mortar, simply ‘dance’ through the earths’s movement and fall back into place after the disturbance.   * Be advised that DRAKEN Security will never jeopardize a security detail, by posting information about said detail, while the detail is in progress.  As a matter of policy, all DRAKEN Security employees are entitled to post their own opinions and thoughts on their own personal websites, blogs, and social media sites.  However, their personal opinions, expressed on the aforementioned sites, do not reflect the thoughts, opinions, or policies of DRAKEN Security....

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