CLASSES

News Update: On 18 Nov 2020, Kerberos International (KerberosProtects.com) in partnership with The COGAR Group, Ltd. was awarded a Department of Homeland Security | Federal Protective Services contract to provide armed protective security officer services for various Customs and Border Protection (CBP) locations in Puerto Rico. This 5-year contract is valued at $21.8 million dollars. Congratulations to everyone on the team!"

Our Classes

Kerberos offers professionally designed classes custom-tailored exclusively for our clients

ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE

Kerberos’ Active Shooter Response class helps the attendee understand the components of an attack and strategies to survive. Our Active Shooter Response class illustrates that “seconds count” and prepares the attendees to formulate plans that could very well save their lives. Active Shooter Response is the most requested and sought after class we offer.

THREAT DETECTION

Kerberos’ Threat Detection and Self-Protection class helps the attendee understand the components of a personal attack (i.e. mugging or robbery) and strategies to survive. The class teaches about the attack cycle and explores how to assess your options given the situation, mitigate the immediate risk, and disengage to a safe location. Our Threat Detection and Self Protection class is interactive, engaging, and a client favorite for employees and tenants.

SURVEILLANCE DETECTION

Originally designed for executive and high-risk targets, surveillance detection teaches the ability to construct a route that will identify if you are being followed or watched. In today's world, petty crime has taken on new sophistication which presents new threats to the average person. This class will give attendees the knowledge and planning to go from point A to point B safely.

COUNTER SURVEILLANCE

Reserved primarily for security professionals, our Counter Surveillance class teaches the theoretical and practical risk mitigation from intrusive and surreptitious monitoring. Once the purview of government agencies, counter-surveillance has crossed into the commercial business world as foreign powers seek to gain an economic advantage over American businesses.

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