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Planning Order - Protective Services Detail (PSD)

Non-Friendly Forces / Organization:  

 

- Threats

- Capabilities 

- Probable method of attack

- Weather 

- Pre-existing medical conditions

- BOLO's / Persons of Interest 

 

Friendly Forces:

 

- Organization of the detail (identify by name) 

- Agent in Charge (AIC)

- Shift leader 

- Lead driver 

- Limo driver 

- Follow driver 

- Advance 

- Detail - Positional assignments

 

Attachments and Detachments: 

 

- Special positions 

- Surveillance Detection 

- Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) 

- Technical Security Countermeasures (TSCM)

- Medical 

- Quick Reaction Force/Counter Assault Teams (QRF/CAT)

 

Mission (Purpose of visit/client or company objectives):

 

- Who

- What 

- When 

- Where

- Why 

 

Execution:

 

- Concept of the Operation

- Itinerary with arrival and departure times

- Address

- Point of contacts

- Contact phone numbers & emails 

- Date

- Vehicle prep 

- Staging time 

- Pick up time 

- Hard times

- Digital and hard copies of the Advance report

 

Formations: 

 

- Standard operating procedures 

- Presents ( Overt, Low Vis, Covert )

 

Routes:

 

- Primary 

- Secondary 

- Emergency 

- Emergency care locations 

- Safe havens (police stations, Military installation, fire stations, Embassy, Consulate 

- Communication check points

- Choke points

- Construction zones

- Hazards

- Time considerations of rush hour traffic

- Stop light times added as a whole for Primary and Secondary routes 

- GPS

- Physical maps 

 

Tactical contingency: 

 

- Disabled vehicle 

- Car accident 

- Flat tire

- Separated motorcade 

- Left behind agents or client staff members

- Spare key holders 

- Military checkpoints (overseas operations) 

- Service and support 

 

Dress code and equipment:

 

- Weapons

- Medical 

- Commo

- Client necessities 

- Team luggage ( travel Teams)

 

Funding: 

 

- Per Diem 

- Petty cash 

- Companies expenditures 

 

Transportation:

 

- Vehicles ( identify clients, advance, lead, and follow vehicles) 

- Make, model color

- License plate numbers

- Fuel 

- Cleaning schedule 

- Overnight staging 

 

Contract drivers:

 

- Company 

- Points of contact (drivers pictures, numbers, and emails)

- NDA contracts signed by drivers 

- Driver etiquette brief 

 

Aircraft:

 

- Type of Aircraft 

- Tail numbers 

- FBO / Fuel Contracts information 

- Pilots names/pictures 

- Pilot contact information 

- International flight considerations 

 

D. Medical:

 

- Equipment

- House/ hotel doctor 

- Team Medic rotation 

 

Command and Signal:

 

- Signal 

- Primary frequencies

- Alternate frequencies

- Call Signs 

- Phone numbers

- Emails 

- Code words 

- Emergency contact plans (Verbal, nonverbal, hard line, etc.)

- Special communications requirements ( burner phones, spare cell for client/ agents)

 

Command:

 

- Shift Leader and Agent in Charge locations/ room numbers

- Chain of command ( who is in command if SL or AIC are out of action?)

- Clients Assistant / Coordinator 

- Companies Global Security Point of contact

 

 

 

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