Showing posts with label security specialists. Show all posts
Showing posts with label security specialists. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

RyPul Threat Assessments hired to assist Mumbai Metro projects with security system upgrades.


Southern California based company RyPul Threat Assessments has been approved to assist in security assessments and reviews for two new Metro corridors that are expected to bring the space-starved Mumbai much relief.


The much-awaited Thane-Bhiwandi-Kalyan Metro 5 corridor will finally see the light of the day with the state cabinet on Tuesday approving the proposal for linking the power loom town of Bhiwandi and expanding the Metro corridor in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR).

The state cabinet also approved the Swami Samarth Nagar-Jogeshwari-Kanjurmarg-Vikhroli Metro 6 corridor linking the Western suburbs with the Eastern suburbs of Mumbai. This will be the second West-East Metro corridor after the already operational Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar corridor.

Both the approved Metro 5 and Metro 6 corridors link major industrial and commercial hubs along the route.

























http://indiatoday.intoday.in.u3a7.clonezone.link/mumbai-security-system-upgrades

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Marines get groundbreaking, unstoppable new rifle magazine

http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/01/12/marines-get-groundbreaking-unstoppable-new-rifle-magazine.html

A reliable weapon can be the difference between life and death for those serving in the military.

The Magpul Industries PMAG GEN 3 is a magazine for rifles that ensures the user stays lethal in a fight. More than 20,000 rounds fired? No problem. Still no magazine stoppages.

Why is that so important? Because every time a stoppage happens with a weapon, it means a lost opportunity to neutralize an enemy combatant. But the even bigger issue is that a stoppage can put the warfighter at risk and even lead to loss of life.

With AR, M4, and M27 weapons for example, magazine problems are a primary culprit in stoppages. But if a warfighter uses the PMAG, then the risk of stoppage is massively reduced.

The US Marine Corps has made the decision to ensure that all Marines have the best magazine available. Going forward, Magpul’s PMAG GEN 3 has become the official magazine, giving Marines that extra advantage to stay alive and lethal in a firefight.

This is the first commercial magazine adopted as the official standard for the Marine Corps primary service rifle, Magpul explained.

Magpul has also introduced the PMAG GEN 3 in the “medium coyote tan” color. The black and medium coyote tan are now the only magazines authorized by the USMC for combat and training. The government-designed EPM USGI (aluminum) magazine will be used only for training purposes.



PMAG GEN 3 Basics

The PMAG GEN 3 would be ideal for the M4, M16, M27IAR (Infantry Automatic Rifle) and M249 SAW (Squad Automatic Weapon). And the magazine works with all types of bullets.

And in spite of tens of thousands of rounds, it won’t melt because of its special advanced material.

The military put the PMAG GEN 3 through years of testing, and thousands and thousands and thousands of rounds. And what did they find? No stoppages.

For example, testing found that even in 20,400 rounds of M855A1— a tricky ammo type— still there were zero stoppages.

Both the US and NATO have what’s called “rough handling” testing and Magpul’s PMAG GEN 3 passed all of it with flying colors.

What does mean? It is one rugged magazine. You can use it in extreme cold— as in -60 degrees Fahrenheit cold— all the way through to 180 degrees of extreme heat, and this magazine still cannot be stopped. It is reliable.

The magazine also easily passed military testing against things like dust, UV exposure and even salt fog. You can also throw whatever dirt and grime is around and it will still outperform other magazine options.

So how does it work?

The PMAG GEN 3 loads from stripper clips. It inserts rapidly on a closed vault with a full 30 rounds. There is a smart over-insertion stop to protect against hard-core magazine changes and drops.

When you’re shooting, there is a handy window that Magpul describes as working like a gas gage. As you fire, it will provide exact data on just how many rounds you have left by a quick glance at the orange coil.



This magazine drops free, making reload very quick and efficient. There’s a dust and impact cover, but you don’t need it to store the magazine loaded. It is really there to protect against major impact like dropping the mags out of aircraft, for example.

Unlike the USGI aluminum magazine, it is very easy to disassemble to clean.

Dominating the field and winning the Marine Corps contract

In battery after battery of military testing over the course of several years, the PMAG GEN M3 relentlessly dominated the competition. In tens of thousands of rounds, there were zero magazine-related stoppages and it performed better than any other magazine. The GEN M3 was pitted against both government developed USGI and commercial mags— but none could come close to rivaling the PMAG GEN 3’s relentlessly reliable performance.

Magpul is highly motivated to find top-notch solutions for warfighters. Founder Richard Fitzpatrick was Marine Reconnaissance, many at the company served in the Corps, and have children currently serving. This is a company that understands the needs of those serving in the US military and takes delivering excellence extremely seriously.

“Firearm performance is a passion for us at Magpul, whether for military weapon systems or for civilian arms for defense and recreation,” Duane Liptak, Magpul Industries’ product management and marketing director, said. “Very early in the company history, Magpul’s founders identified shortcomings in the USGI magazine, and we’ve been dedicated to making the most reliable magazines in the world because although it may seem like a simple box with a spring, people’s lives depend heavily on this item performing.”

What’s next for Magpul? For civilians, there will be some very big reveals at SHOT Show next week. To find out first, download the latest Tactical Talk and meet a former Marine Corps fighter pilot who will give you an exclusive peek at some of the exciting news.

Allison Barrie consults at the highest levels of defense, has travelled to more than 70 countries, is a lawyer with four postgraduate degrees and now the author of the new book "Future Weapons: Access Granted"  covering invisible tanks through to thought-controlled fighter jets. You can click here for more information on FOX Firepower columnist and host Allison Barrie and you can follow her on Twitter @allison_barrie.

Saturday, April 29, 2017

YOUR CANNABIS CASH IS IN THE CRIMINAL CROSSHAIRS, HOW WILL YOU PROTECT IT?

Project 7 Security: BUSINESS April 29, 2017

By Warren Pulley, VP Project 7 Security Group

www.project7securitygroup.com | twitter: @p7securitygroup


Marijuana businesses around the country are at great risk for armed robbery and burglary simply based on the amount of cash routinely kept on the business premises. 

A great number of cannabis operators lack the proper security protocols to adequately secure, store, or transport their products or cash; which leaves these operators at substantial risk of predatory criminal actions centered around marijuana profits. 

In California alone, published news reports have detailed how dispensaries statewide have reported losses in the tens of thousands of dollars from suspects who have taken cash, marijuana plants, and cannabis products, which in some cases has resulted in the murder of employees during the commission of these crimes.






With cash being the lifeblood of each operation, it is imperative for marijuana business owners to begin implementing high-level security operations which not only protect their business and employees but most importantly their financial bottom lines.  

It has been our experience around the State of California that most marijuana business owners are ill-prepared to effectively deal with breaches of security, armed attacks, selecting secure transports options or simply vetting security personnel to assist them in handling their tangible cash and product resources.  

It is imperative, especially in California that cannabis business owners began to seek out legitimate security companies, expert security consultants, and threat assessment experts to bring everyday security operations into best practice standards before they endure hard losses in cash or product.






Contributing to this problem, in California, and around the nation, is the fact that cannabis business operators continue to operate in a legal limbo. Pinched in between some state laws that allow for the legal use and sale of marijuana and related products and the federal government, under President Donald Trump which has yet to signal which way it will lean in 2017, and beyond on states’ rights to regulate marijuana business operation without fear federal interference from the DEA. 

Until the federal government weighs in with universal banking, security, and financial regulations that would allow for states to openly regulate marijuana business, each MJJ owner needs to ensure they have a very robust and proactive security operations plan in place.  Security plans not only to protect a businesses’ property and employees but most importantly its product and profits.  






Currently, most dispensaries and grow operations are using a mishmash of unlicensed security companies to transport their products and currency. Additionally, they are utilizing video surveillance, key card scanners, limited entry and exit ways, metal detectors, and ID badges in an attempt to screen and control access to their highly profitable operations. It has been my experience that marijuana-related businesses systematically fall far behind industry best practices when it comes to protecting all things marijuana.






Here at Project 7 Security Group, we recommend that MJJ related business owners select professional security services to protect dispensaries, grow operations, cash storage, currency transport, and fixed site operations.  

Business owners should ensure that these security operators are licensed PPO operations in the State of California and employees who have a background in high threat, high stress, and high-tempo security operations.  

If you would like information on how to engage Project 7 Security Group in your security protocols, feel free to contact us at (800) 560-3103, www.project7security.com or wp@project7securitygroup.com.


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Thursday, March 30, 2017

New Study Asks Why Voters Don't Punish Mexico Officials

Written by Patrick Corcoran  Wednesday, 29 March 2017
Mexico Security Policy


A new study from a Mexican academic seeks to establish under what circumstances Mexican voters punish politicians for insecurity, offering valuable insight into a major impediment to the nation's democratic accountability.

Sandra Ley's new paper, "Electoral Accountability in the Midst of Criminal Violence: Evidence from Mexico," starts from a premise that is both true and unfortunate: Mexican politicians are rarely held to account for the declines in security within their jurisdiction. This seems to contradict the natural reaction of any democratic electorate, and the challenge is further compounded in Mexico, where politicians are often not just unable to cope with security problems, but also active agents of insecurity.

Analyzing mayoral and gubernatorial elections during the Felipe Calderón era (2006-2012), and utilizing government tallies of organized crime-related violence, Ley concludes that voters were willing to vote out the incumbent party only when two conditions were met: When the incumbent party was President Calderón's National Action Party (PAN), and when the increase in violence was linked to organized crime. If either of those two factors were absent, the voters showed no significant tendency to vote out the incumbents.

The effects were further exaggerated when violence was directed at public officials, especially during electoral campaigns. According to Ley, a political science professor from Mexico City's Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE), "For every violent event perpetrated against political actors over the course of the electoral process in a given municipality, the PAN's vote share decreases by 3.6 percentage points."

According to the author, this dynamic is a product of voters attempting to find "cognitive shortcuts" in determining who to blame. A problem as complicated as organized crime has multiple relevant actors -- for instance, the military, three levels of police, three levels of elected politicians, the judiciary, and the groups themselves -- and voters understandably struggle to determine who deserves the blame.
This struggle is further complicated as increasing insecurity becomes a political hot potato. Local officials can seek support from the state when they are unable to handle things along, and state officials can do the same with the federal government, after which every level has a plausible scapegoat for its own failings.

But only when the circumstances establish the simplest causality—when there is a great deal of organized crime-related violence, and only one party could possibly be to blame—are voters collectively capable of channeling the accountability toward the politicians.

InSight Crime Analysis
In some ways, the two necessary conditions for electoral accountability are entirely logical. Unlike regular street crime, organized crime typically has an active political component, in which the most powerful groups are protected. It therefore makes sense for voters to show more willingness to punish politicians when organized crime-related violence spikes.

As for the need for political alignment as a precondition, Calderón built his presidency on an anti-organized crime platform, so it is not surprising that he and his fellow PAN members suffered as the shortcomings of their approach became manifest. As Ley writes,

Overall, the results suggest that when a party attempts to "own" crime but fails to provide security, voters will punish its candidates at the polls, and even more so when political alignment facilitates responsibility attribution for poor security performance.

The problem is that merely limiting the blame to PAN politicians was woefully insufficient in the Calderón era. The Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, held more than half of the statehouses and most of the nation's municipalities, so it retained ample influence over the nation's political system despite operating under a PAN presidency. Holding only PAN officials to account essentially gave a free pass to PRI officials, who collectively wielded as much or more influence over the political system's strategy to deal with organized crime.

Not coincidentally, the Calderón years brought some disturbing examples of PRI officials being rewarded at the ballot box despite overseeing security disasters. In 2011, former Coahuila governor Humberto Moreira was succeeded by another member of the PRI—his own brother, no less—despite Moreira being embroiled in a wide-ranging investigation stemming from allegations that he allowed the Zetas to take over the state.

In 2010, Juárez had become the world's most violent city under the watch of a PRI mayor and a PRI governor of Chihuahua. Nonetheless, when voters went to the polls that summer, they selected a PRI mayor and a PRI governor once more.

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It is possible that changes in the political dynamics (there is unlikely to be another president who bets his reputation on an iron fist on security matters) and in the political rules (as of 2014, reelection is permitted at the municipal level) may undercut the strength of Ley's conclusions. It is also possible that a catalog of scandals ensnaring governors from all parties may increase the public's willingness to look past political alignment.

But there's little evidence of this just yet. On the contrary, it seems that the arrival of a PRI president was the final straw for PRI gubernatorial candidates in Chihuahua, Durango, Veracruz, and Tamaulipas. In each of these states, the PRI retained the statehouse during the Calderón years, despite the governor having overseen a substantial deterioration in security, with longstanding and credible allegations of PRI officials colluding with criminal groups. In each of these states, the PRI gubernatorial candidate lost in 2016, now with Peña Nieto serving as president.

Unfortunately, the absence of consistent electoral accountability is a big part of the persistence of violence in Mexico. The incentives for politicians, who are generally motivated by their next election more than anything, and their parties are too disconnected from their performance on security. There is no certain punishment for the governor who sells his state to one criminal gang, or who allows his chief of police to protect one gang.

Until that changes, until the narrow conditions Ley identifies fall away, it is hard to imagine that Mexican politicians will be motivated by the public interest on security matter.

Monday, March 20, 2017

Palestine looking for a few good — and qualified — police officers

Finding a qualified police officer to work and live in Palestine is not an easy task.

At Wednesday’s neighborhood watch meeting, Interim Palestine Police Chief John Herod explained some of the difficulties in finding qualified police officers for his department.

Recently four applicants tested to be a Palestine police officer, and not one of them passed all of the required tests, which include written tests, physical agility and background checks.

Herod said, to be a Palestine police officer, a person will have to meet the police department's high standards.

The police department is currently short a few officers, and Herod thinks he needs a larger applicant pool. He has and will visit other police academies to tell them of the job openings in Palestine.

One officer explained he was sold on Palestine after then-interim Police Chief Mike Alexander spoke to his San Antonio police academy on police officer positions in Palestine.

Herod said he would like to hire experienced officers to help with those who have little or no experience. One way the PPD attracts experienced officers is to to pay their moving expenses.

Another issue is retention; officers can get the training needed in Palestine, and then move to a larger community with a larger police force that pays much more.

A police cadet makes $16 an hour and a probationary officer makes $17.08 an hour in Palestine.

Police officers earn more through steps and promotions, and Herod mentioned raises occur every two years.

When asked if it would help to retain officers if the pay increases occurred every year, Herod said he is looking into a few things.

Detective Kaylynn Griffin, who is in charge of the narcotics division, said it's not all about the money.

Griffin said if she worked for a police agency in Dallas, she would not have the same career possibilities, saying maybe in five years she would be considered to be part of the narcotics team.

She conceded she would probably make more money working for a larger agency like Dallas and Tyler, but reiterated money is not the only thing.

“This is a good place to live and work,” Griffin said. “I love this town.”

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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

The New American Strategy Should Be Disengagement In The World

In the never ending war against dictators, terrorism, it off-shoots and splinter groups, the United States is expected by every western government to lead the charge and carry the battle standards for conflicts against every dangerous ideologue in the world.

Since WWII the United States has been directly responsible for between 10 to 15 million war deaths in the Korean, Vietnam, Iraq Wars (2) as well as fatalities in Cambodia and Laos. The U.S. Government by proxy wars have been responsible for another 9-14 million deaths in Afghanistan, Angola, The DRC, East Timor, Guatemala, Indonesia, Pakistan and Sudan, which brings our countries total death by conflict since WWII to somewhere in the neighborhood of 20 – 30 million deaths from wars scattered around the world.



Now some of these conflicts have been fought for the greater good, and some not so much so, but at what point does war and death become a lost cause in itself?  Isn’t 20-30 millions deaths enough for us to say, let Europe and the rest of the world “lead from the front ” on wars, police actions, military engagements, short tactical operations and the fallout of both?

I for one don’t consider it a weakness for the U.S. to disengage from each and every conflict that modern man has become engaged in, only to have our best and brightest killed off for an uncertain peace time and time again.  The warrior culture is alive and well in America and we all would all be better served to place limits on how many generations of our youth we want engaged in perpetual war.



As a former member of the U.S. Military who entered service in 1987, I was on active duty for the overthrow of Panamanian dictator Noriega in 1989, the 1991 Gulf War, the 1993 Somalia incursion and the Bosnian conflict of 1994.  As a police officer in Los Angeles from 1994 to 2006, I was often on the other end of the tactics employed in war, used against me in the inner cities, by those who had gone to war and come home to become home grown terrorist’s as gang members. And most recently I have worked in the capacity of a security contractor in the middle east providing security for diplomats and other NGO’s throughout the region, so I understand all of the nuances that leave the Middle East a fertile ground for combat and strife, and I for one do not believe that modern man has the capacity to solve religious disputes that have evolved over thousands of years.



The world has been engaged in Middle East peace talks since 1949, with no concrete solutions in sight and until the people in those regions began to have dialogue on a human level, you can expect the bloodshed to continue on a daily basis, and the power brokers in the region need to install the peace NOT the United States, because we cannot, and yes even with all of our military might we cannot.

I have heard all the rhetoric for war from my enlistment in 1987 until today and it continues to be the same, it is usually the ” US vs THEM ” mantra, which works well on the highly uninformed and war hawks, yeah those war hawks in our government that will not send their own children off to fight for the latest war cause that they believe in so highly.



I absolutely believe in defense of our country, but only for the imminent, immediate protection of the American people on American soil, and I no longer believe we should have the protective buffer of American boots on the ground around the world, for the peace and security of Europe, The Middle East, Asia or the African Continent, even with overwhelming support from any government that wants our government to engage in combat operations.  If other countries believe that their peace and stability is threatened by a wolf at the door, then let those countries arm, outfit and send their young men and women off to war to defend it’s way of life.  We can and should honor our diplomatic agreement’s to aid our allies in a time of war, but we as Americans cannot continue to police the world, because the latest splinter group with the newest scary name pops up and says “boo”.

Yes we have to deal with the extremism that continues to plot attacks against our homeland, and we have the most capable special forces operators in the world to do that, on a surgical strike case by case basis. However the large scale company and division size combat operations should be a thing of the past for the U.S. unless we have a nation on our shores intent on immediate invasion of our homeland.

A little bit of isolationism at this point in human history is probably just what the doctor has ordered.

i·so·la·tion·ism (ˌīsəˈlāSHəˌnizəm/Submit ) (noun) : a policy of remaining apart from the affairs or interests of other groups, especially the political affairs of other countries.

So before the comments began, lets get a few things straight.

I am not a coward, I am a patriot.
I am not afraid of combat, I have served.
I am not an appeaser, I believe you kill before being killed.
I am not shortsighted, I understand nuance.
I am an American.

Written By:
Warren Pulley, CEO
RyPul Threat Assessments
An International Protection and Assessment Company

Monday, August 29, 2016

RANGER LACY Distribution of Child Pornography and Possession of Child Pornography - FBI MOST WANTED

WANTED BY THE FBI

Details:

Ranger Lacy is wanted for his involvement in pornography. In December 2009, Lacy allegedly engaged in child pornography and traded images as of 2011. More than 40,000 sexually explicit images of child pornography were reportedly found on Lacy's computer. A federal arrest warrant was issued for Lacy in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky on July 9, 2015. Lacy was charged with distribution and possession of child pornography. Lacy's arraignment was set for July 14, 2015, but he failed to appear and his whereabouts are unknown.







Aliases:
Ranger S. Lacy, Ranger Sylvan Lacy

Date(s) of Birth Used February 28, 1977
Hair Brown
Eyes Blue
Height 5'10"
Weight Approximately 160 pounds
Sex Male
Race White
NCIC W893961431

Remarks:

There were possible sightings of Lacy in Morehead and Frenchburg, Kentucky. Lacy does not work and is reportedly living off of a family trust fund. He also owns property in Okeechobee, Florida.


Details:

Ranger Lacy is wanted for his involvement in pornography. In December 2009, Lacy allegedly engaged in child pornography and traded images as of 2011. More than 40,000 sexually explicit images of child pornography were reportedly found on Lacy's computer. A federal arrest warrant was issued for Lacy in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky on July 9, 2015. Lacy was charged with distribution and possession of child pornography. Lacy's arraignment was set for July 14, 2015, but he failed to appear and his whereabouts are unknown.

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Monday, August 22, 2016

"You call. We Meet. We Search. You Enter Safely!"

LOS ANGELES - Aug. 22, 2016 - PRLog -- RyPul Threat Assessments is now offering "ARRIVE SAFE" in the Southern California market. Arrive Safe are very professional and personalized security services to those who are a little uncomfortable about returning to an empty home, business, apartment or rental property after an extended time away, for fear of being accosted by some unwanted person who could be waiting inside.

"YOU CALL.  WE MEET. WE SEARCH. YOU ENTER SAFELY!"

Are you returning from vacation and want to ensure your home is secure?
Are you a college student living alone – need your place checked out?
Is your elderly parent safe when returning from a hospital visit?
Has your neighbor called to say someone is snooping around your home?

LET OUR SECURITY PROFESSIONALS MEET YOU AT YOUR DOOR.



RYPUL states that there is a growing need for affordable, on call personal protective services that the average American can use, especially since your local police officer won't respond simply just to "check out your home" because you feel uneasy.  Statics show that 1 out 3 residential assaults are a result of burglary, 85% of break-ins are from desperate and dangerous people, 4 of 10 sexual assaults take place at the victim's home and 1 burglary occurs in the U.S. every 15 seconds.  RYPUL states that it can provide the average person with an armed former law enforcement officer or government trained security professional to walk into and through your home, apartment, business or rental property before you enter and ensure that you're not walking into danger, affording you exceptional peace of mind.

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

U.S. Special Ops orders new batch of low-profile pickups from Battelle

 U.S. Special Ops orders new batch of low-profile pickups from Battelle
By Gary GasteluPublished July 27, 2016FoxNews.com

And you thought your pickup was special.

Battelle has landed a second contract to supply U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) with stealthy, armored trucks built to blend into the background in potentially hostile environments.

Similar to the commercial security vehicles that Battelle builds, the trucks were designed to maintain their stock appearance while providing military-grade levels of protection.

The non-profit R&D outfit has been modifying Toyota Hilux pickups for SOCOM under a contract for “Non Standard Commercial Vehicles” that began in 2013. It will add foreign market Toyota Land Cruisers and Ford Rangers as the partnership is extended over the next five years through a $170 million deal for several hundred trucks.



The models were chosen for both their baseline capabilities and popularity in the theaters where they will be used. Program Manager Jim Labine says Battelle uses a combination of consumer aftermarket and custom-made parts to fully convert the trucks’ suspensions and beef up their drivetrains to improve their off-road chops and better handle the thousands of pounds of armor added.

That armor is a mix of Dyneema plates hidden under the bodywork and sapphire-reinforced glass. Several levels of protection will be offered -- all classified, of course -- but the most potent models can provide protection on all sides, top and bottom included, from large-caliber firearms and IED shrapnel. Self-sealing fuel tanks and run flat tires are also employed.

Labine says a major engineering challenge is fitting the inflexible materials inside the existing bodywork without encroaching too much on the interior space, or leaving any gaps in coverage. From the outside, the trucks are nearly indistinguishable from the showroom versions. The only noticeable difference on the Ranger prototype is its very slightly thicker window trim.

The new trucks will be evaluated over the course of the next year before production begins, overlapping with fulfilment of the original contract.

Paranoid, off-roading fanatics shouldn’t waste their time looking for the trucks at their local military surplus auction anytime soon, however. Labine says that the upgrades have the secondary benefit of extending their lifecycles, and, even if SOCOM doesn’t destroy the evidence when it finishes with them, you’d probably walk right by them on the lot, anyway.

Friday, July 15, 2016

RyPul Threat Assessments School Safety Assessments, Personal Security Details, Executive Protection Agents, Home Security Assessments And Body Guard Placement Services.

RYPUL THREAT ASSESSMENTS

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RYPUL THREAT ASSESSMENTS, a US Corporation, is a provider in the personal protective security specialist sector worldwide. Our protective specialists have operated and provide high-level static and mobile security services around the world for clients including Non-Governmental Organizations, Multi-National Corporations, and a host of prominent executive and celebrity clients that require specialized risk mitigations options including travel to war zones or other areas of high conflict that lack first world security postures.

RYPUL has the qualifications and capabilities to ensure the successful protection of our clients, their personnel and their assets. Our comprehensive program management solutions, mission support, force protection and expertise in diplomatic / executive protection services, ensures that RYPUL THREAT ASSESSMENTS stands out from its competitive peers as one of the best in the business.


As a matter of good business practice we thoroughly vet and hire only the most skilled personnel who bring an extremely dynamic combination of training and expertise to the protective environment. Our security professionals come from some of the US military's most highly skilled special operations forces, large city municipal police departments, and experts in the civilian executive protection fields. This unique mix of talent allows RYPUL to tailor our protective models to meet our customers' needs anywhere in the world at a moment's notice.





CAPABILITIES, QUALIFICATIONS, AND TEAMING AVAILABILITY:

PRIVATE SECURITY DETAIL (OCONUS):  RYPUL's staff have direct experience planning, staffing, and managing security operations OCONUS under the purview of US government and military agencies in host nations and for numerous non-government organizations operating OCONUS.

CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION:  RYPUL offers custom-tailored security management services for critical infrastructure assets, to include reviews and assessments of existing security systems, security audits and assessments, emergency and contingency planning, and secure document disposal.

EXECUTIVE & DIPLOMATIC PROTECTION:  RYPUL executive protection services focus on protecting critical human corporate assets in an effective and unobtrusive manner In addition to security-based training, our staff understand the rules of conduct with respect to providing armed services and daily transportation of VIPs and their families in their day-to-day movements as well as through any dangerous or hostile situations that may arise RYPUL has provided armed (24/7) protective services for senior level executives (CEO or Chairman) for Fortune 500 businesses; and in addition to executives in the private sector, prior Executive Protection clients have included high-level government representatives, foreign nationals and diplomats, including ambassadors and royalty.

MOBILE PROTECTION:  RYPUL owns and/or can provide armored vehicles, follow cars, and executive protection personnel in
addition to security-trained drivers to deliver high level 'transport security. Wherever your travels take you, RYPUL drivers are thoroughly trained and vetted professionals familiar with the current social, economic, political, and threat situation in your area of operations and destination.


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Monday, July 4, 2016

RyPul Threat Assessments specializes in worldwide protective services, school threat assessments, and active shooter training

RyPul Threat Assessments, is a SAM registered small business company located in Eastvale, California. RyPul Threat Assessments specializes in force protection, worldwide protective services, school threat assessments, site security planning, residential security plans, risk mitigation, personal protection assessments, work place violence training, active shooter training and commercial security plan reviews. 

Other company specialties include barrier placement, bulletproofing recommendations, blast mitigation plan and vehicle access restriction expertise for commercial, residential and school sites. Our experience includes providing these services for the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of State, Non- Governmental Organizations and private client security sites and various force protection sites throughout the world.




RyPul has been involved in the area of force protection, site protection, protective building material placement and upgrades for over 5 years. RyPul Threat Assessments currently provides threat assessment services to fortune 500 companies and ballistic barrier upgrade assessments to civilian schools, residences and companies on a contract basis. Our consultants’ hold professional qualifications from Military Police Services, Various Special Military Operation Units, the Los Angeles Police Department, Certified Private Investigative, (PMC) Private Military Contracting experience and years of High Threat Location site assessment experience. We hold current certifications from the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of State, Federal Emergency Management (FEMA), United States Air Force (USAF) and the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), in worldwide protective services, physical security, protecting critical infrastructure, incident command), installation security and active shooter protocols.

Call today for your professional personal, business, site or school security assessment.

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Sunday, June 12, 2016

Protective Security Experts From The US, Mexico, Germany and Middle East Combine Forces

LOS ANGELES - June 12, 2016 - RyPul Blog -- The CEO's of RyPul Threat Assessments, 245 Tactical and Project 7 Security Group, each physical security and threat assessments experts from around the world have created a unique partnership to protect Government Officials, Diplomats, High Profile Individuals, VIP's and Celebrities around the world 24 hours a day. Warren Pulley, the owner of RyPul Threat Assessments stated that "while each company individually specializes in a form of high threat protection, each CEO after months of consultation agreed that by joining forces and resources, we could leverage our combined unparalleled knowledge of high threat protective services and provide global reach, to each of our targeted client bases by having in place the world's best trained protective security force available anywhere in the world at a moment's notice. "

RyPul Threat Assessment specializes in providing Worldwide Protective Services and Training for Host Country security forces or Embedded Training Personnel, 245 Tactical provides expert Combative Training and Protective Security Services throughout Central and South America, while Project 7 Security Group currently protects some of the world's top pop culture icon's as they travel the globe. Each company brings the best and brightest worldwide certified protection specialists into this combined effort, which allows for specialized teams of highly skilled and trained professionals to put together protective details and training cadre capable of operating and working anywhere in the world from a war zone to a first world permissive environment without the need to contract with outside sources for specialized services.

This partnership will also offer specialized services such as conducting Commercial Building Protective Site Surveys, School Threat Assessments, Residential Security Planning, Personal Protection Profiles and Assessments, Site Security Planning, Asset Tagging and Tracking as well as providing physical Risk Mitigation Options.

For additional information please visit RyPul Threat Assessments, 245 Tactical or Project 7 Security Group on the web.

Physical Security Experts From Around The World Create A Unique Partnership To Protect Government Officials, Diplomats, High Profile Individuals, VIPs and Celebrities Around The World 24 Hours A Day.

Monday, May 23, 2016

Personal Security Specialist Employment

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Job Title: Protective Security Specialist
Location: Mexico (Primary) (States of Jalisco, Nayarit, Sinaloa, Senora)
Employment Type Contract: Contractor (1099)
Education: High School or Equivalent
Category: Security Operations
How much Travel? 100%


Job Description
Perform the day-to-day protective security functions as specified in daily post and detail
Driving the lead, principal or follow vehicle during motorcade or similar operations
Act's as a response agent
Carries and operates weapons as specified in daily post and detail orders
Participating in advance security preparations
Manning the security post at principal’s residence or manning the command post
Maintaining protective formation position during principal’s walking movements
Serves as a member of an emergency response team or quick reaction force
Perform personnel protective service detail assignments
Must have attended a (PSS) training course and must provide a certification
Shall maintain weapons qualifications as outlined in this contract (TBD)

Job Type: Contract
Required experience: Personal Security Specialist: 3 years
Required license or certification: WPS / PSD Certification Required
Required education: High school or equivalent
Required language: Spanish

Job Requirements
U.S. Citizen
Current U.S. issued passport and driver's license
Level 3 Spanish proficiency (Required) (No Exceptions)
Three (3) years of (PSS) (PSD) experience (Required) (No Exceptions)
Experience shall be gained from any PMC providing high threat protective services
Pay: We offer competitive pay for the region. (You will be a 1099 Contractor)
All candidates SHALL pass pre-deployment medical screening, all candidates will work in a high-threat environment under semi-permissive conditions, and employment will be based on customer approval, background investigation, and drug screening results, medical requirements, physical fitness, and experience levels.

Desired Skills:
Strong written and oral presentation skills, Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, Excellent organization skills, Proven ability to work both collaboratively and autonomously Strong initiative, Ability to collaborate and work as a team, Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
A high school diploma or GED. Prior law enforcement or military service is a requirement. Background in weapons training, handling and manipulation. High threat area driving knowledge required. Recent CQB and active shooter training.

ADDITIONAL NOTES:
Felony or Misdemeanor convictions are immediate disqualification from employment consideration. Provide salary requirements with your application. Incomplete applications will be rejected. Also provide your States DMV Record, a Police Clearance Letter and DD 214 (Copy 4) if prior military. If prior Law Enforcement please provide a proof of employment letter from your respective department.

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Mexican cartel leader killed in the US

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