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a group of men who escort and protect some important person

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and third-country business people travel throughout much of Iraq; however, they do so under restricted movement conditions and often with security advisors and protective security teams.
Like most of the protective security advisors, he comes from the area where be serves.
ITALIAN oil workers at the centre of the jobs-for-Britons row spent their day off feasting on beer and pizza yesterday - behind an eight-foot protective security fence.
1,222: Daily pay for one Blackwater Protective Security Specialist.
The files also show that Mr Callaghan approved a request a few weeks earlier for "some protective security work" to be carried out at Mr Wilson's new residence at Ashley Gardens, central London.
The Armor Group has provided protective security services to government and commercial clients involved in the reconstruction process in Iraq since 2003.
ArmorGroup describes itself as a "leading provider of defensive, protective security services".
Principles of protective security are introduced along with countermeasure templates.
Urging the public to stay calm in the wake of the Glasgow and London foiled car bombings, Ms Smith said officers had "substantially stepped up protective security measures" around the high-risk targets.
Department of Homeland Security Protective Security Advisor (PSA) assigned to South Carolina, Moser works with in-state homeland security advisors to identify, catalog, and protect critical infrastructure.
The overall goal of the programme is to ensure that there are adequate and equal levels of protective security on critical infrastructure, minimal single points of failure and rapid, tested recovery arrangements throughout the Union.
The Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DSS) within DOS conducts protective security overseas.
He says that each human being has human dignity and should have five kinds of "real freedoms that people enjoy": political freedoms, economic facilities, social opportunities like health care and education, transparency guarantees in terms of information, and finally, protective security.
For safety applications the internal components are manufactured from stainless steel 304, with acetyl bearings, while for security applications these components are manufactured from hardened steel, with a protective security "skirt".
The module can also provide protective security measures to detect and notify any attempt at unauthorised use of password and/or identity codes during the audit.
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