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PROTECT: The Long (Annotated) Form

Principal (or Protectee)

Consider P’s input/direction; special circumstances (health, family events, preferences, history, etc.)

Instructions: Refer to (or develop) the critical medical info sheet containing P’s conditions, medications, allergies, physicians’ contact, etc..

Examples: “Has just undergone knee surgery. Has limited mobility of right leg and is still on prescription pain killers and anti-inflammatory medications.” “Daughter has a special activity at 3 pm on Wednesday and P may try to break away from group ahead of schedule to reach the school in time. May impact transfer plans.”

Risks

The risk categories below reflect and translate into the full-spectrum of traditional mitigation opportunities and strategies, ranging from close protection and medical support, to stage design and secure transportation. Rate each area on a scale from 1 to 5 (with 5 being Extremely High risk/vulnerability) to identify and plan for mitigation priorities.

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EP Risk Domains by Mitigation Strategies

  • Accidents, Incidents, or Emergencies

MVAs, medical emergencies, fire/earthquakes/etc., severe weather, structural failures, power failures, etc.

  • Physical Attack (Crime & Terrorism)

Violent behavior (assault/battery), robbery, assassination attempt, kidnapping, etc.

  • Uncomfortable, Inappropriate or Threatening Behavior

Stalking, activism/demonstration/disruption, altered-state approaches or hostile interlocutors, inappropriate/threatening communications, etc. Read more ›




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