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High Risk Overseas Security Positions (SOC-SMG)

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Posted over 6 years ago


Protective Security Spec (PSS)

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Protective Security Specialist (PSS):  Perform personnel protective service detail assignments.



Perform the day-to-day protective security functions as specified in daily post and detail orders. 

  • Driving the lead vehicles (Auto, Aircraft, Boat), principal's vehicle, or follow-vehicle, whenever required in motorcade or similar operations.

  • Driving follow-vehicle and/or acting as response agent. 

  • Carries and operates weapons as specified in daily post and detail orders, or upon orders from the detail leader or shift leader.

  • Maintaining protective formation position during principal's walking movements.

  • Participating in advance security preparations.

  • Manning the security post at principals residence or manning the command post as required.



For U.S. Citizens:

  • Must have a minimum of three(3) years experience in protective security assignments.  This experience and background may have been gained in any of the following organizations:

    • U.S. Department of State Diplomatic Security Service.

    • U.S. Secret Service

    • U.S. Federal Agencies. e.g. FBI (Former Special Agents with protective security background)

    • U.S. Special Forces, Special Operations

    • U.S. Military Infantry (Army or USMC)

    • Commercial executive protective services with military or police background.

    • Law enforcement experience (U.S. Military Police/Criminal Investigation Division; local and state law enforcement agencies, with Emergency Service Unit, Special Weapons and tactical training.


  • Protective service experience and background for Third Country Nationals may be gained in foreign military or foreign law enforcement organizations equivalent to the:

    • U.S. Military Special Forces or Special Operation Units

    • U.S. Secret Service

    • Department of State Diplomatic Security Service.

    • Infantry Units (Army or USMC)

    • Commercial Personal Protective Services.

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Rate This | Posted over 6 years ago


Might be a good option for some of you dual or prior service cops and cops with SRT backgrounds. Good money these days, and Iraq is alot calmer than it was


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Rate This | Posted over 5 years ago


Sounds ok. But definetly need more info like a contact number or something.   I

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Rate This | Posted over 5 years ago


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