Why leaders and celebrities are choosing female bodyguards?by Executive Protection Institute EPI was founded in 1978
What do you think of when you hear the word bodyguard? Perhaps you imagine a tall, broad, muscular man with biceps that could crush skulls in much a similar way as you watch in movies. But nowadays, that image is mostly wrong. Nowadays, the demand for women protection security officers is rising.
Whether it is pop stars, politicians, or film actors, everyone prefers to hire women bodyguards with private security training for their and their family’s security. But why female security officer is high on demand nowadays?
Female bodyguards can adjust to any situation. This means that they can easily assume any role (nanny or tutor), which someone would look for to travel with a family of celebrities. If any threatening situation occurs, they can spring into action and catch an attacker to protect their clients.
For procedures like searchers or pat-downs, many situations need close protection officers to have physical contact with women. Female security officers ensure this process is comfortable and respectful for everyone.
Women are more capable of conducting arguments than men. They can read accurate body language and focus on the needs of the person posing a threat. In a hazardous condition, a high level of these skills is necessary for the best outcome. Additionally, make sure that your bodyguard is enrolled in armed security training if you are most at the risk of threats every time.
These are three reasons why hiring a female personal protection officer is the best option today. But, still more people think that personal protection is just a men’s club. Jacquie Davis, who was the first female bodyguard in the U.K. and now a new Netflix thriller - "Close" was inspired by her life- the most prominent example for those who think female bodyguards don’t work as hard as much in the field.
Created on Jan 21st 2020 01:10. Viewed 140 times.