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International Services is a long term private bodyguard school, job placement, equipment, and secutiy contractor, we have helped hundreds. If you would liike to join let me know.


 


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leeinternational says ...



International Services is a long term private bodyguard school, job placement, equipment, and secutiy contractor, we have helped hundreds. If you would liike to join let me know.


 


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What's the average pay for Bodyguards these days?

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leeinternational says ...



International Services is a long term private bodyguard school, job placement, equipment, and secutiy contractor, we have helped hundreds. If you would liike to join let me know.


 


lee



What's the average pay for Bodyguards these days?



Depends on whom youre protecting, and where. If youre want to work stateside, gotta stay to the big cities on the west and east coasts. if you choose to get on with a firm working in non-permissive and high crime environments such as Sudan, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Palestine, Russia, Colombia...than you are going to make alot more. And if youre have that Tier 1/2 background, you could make as much as 300K per year as Tier 1.

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Downside these days in Iraq is under new policies in effect, you are accountable in Iraqi courts for violations these days for any offense over there...Which was pretty much the case before if not working under State Dept. authority, now they can get you even with that. Upside is that the country is much better off now than it was 2 years ago.  As for pay, PSDTeam is right on the mark on the payscale, my last offer was 300k for a year

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Downside these days in Iraq is under new policies in effect, you are accountable in Iraqi courts for violations these days for any offense over there...Which was pretty much the case before if not working under State Dept. authority, now they can get you even with that. Upside is that the country is much better off now than it was 2 years ago.  As for pay, PSDTeam is right on the mark on the payscale, my last offer was 300k for a year



The rules are alot tougher thats for sure. Im still considering taking a year off of Guard drill duty and coming over here as a civilian and doing PSD work with one of the companies. Ive already done it with the military, would be nice to make the money next time.  Only issue I would have, Im positive that my police department wouldnt keep my job if I chose to do this.  That is the issue right there. 

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I hear ya PDSTeam, most agencies are not going to give a year leave of absence for such endeavors, so it comes down to what its worth to you.  I know my agency would not allow any of us a leave of absence, but several of our guys have gone and worked the contracts, and most are back at the agency now with a crappy id and bad assignments because they are starting over. 

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We lost a guy to the Blackwater Academy and then on to a lucrative 2 year contract. We had come out of the USMC with 2 tours in Iraq, was a scout sniper, and ended up killing 4 perps while with us...all righteous.  Was the kind of deputy who went out and looked for things to get into.  Wasnt really happy with LE so now he does the PSD gig as a member of a counter assault team with a blackwater mobile security team.


I admit, that sort of assignment does appeal to me.....loved doing PSD work in Iraq with the Army, would love to do it private with much more freedom and much more pay.