Executive protection is the security measures taken to ensure the safety of VIP’s or other individuals who are exposed to elevated personal risk because of their employment, celebrity status, wealth, associations or geographical location.

  • AEPS is regulated by the Texas Department of Public Safety, Private Security Board (PSB).  The PSB requires licensing, insurance, training and a separate concealed carry permit.

o   The Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2004 (aka HR-218) does not serve as a license for off-duty law enforcement officers to provide executive protective services.

o   Hiring unlicensed, uninsured protection services, including those offered by off-duty law enforcement officers, creates direct liability for the client.

  • AEPS can provide our clients with:

o   State-issued Corporate Business License (HR-218 or status as a retired law enforcement officer DOES NOT replace this document)

o   State-issued registration to provide protective services (HR-218 or status as a retired law enforcement officer DOES NOT replace this document)

o   Copy of current liability insurance

o   Personal certificates of initial and on-going executive protection training for each agent

o   State-issued registrations to provide protective services for each agent

  • State-issued registrations allowing the agent to carry weapons for professional use.

o   HR-218 or status as a retired law enforcement officer DOES NOT replace this document

o   State-issued concealed carry permits for each agent (HR-218 may replace this document)

  • AEPS can provide personal protection for the following:

o   Executive Protection

  • Entertainers
  • Politicians
  • Athletes
  • Executives
  • Wealthy Individuals
  • High Rollers

o   Corporate Security

  • Employee reduction
  • Workplace Violence
  • Human Resource issues
  • Threatening letters and e-mails
  • Private Aircraft Security

o   Personal Security

  • Security for the individual at home, at work and while traveling
  • Divorce/Separation
  • Stalking and/or harassment
  • Home sitting
  • Identity Theft



  • AEPS can perform the following:

o   Conduct a thorough risk assessment of threats and vulnerabilities

  • Identify key personnel who are critical to your organization
  • Assess the impact to the organization if they were lost
  • Assess potential risks to key  each of these key personnel
  • Examine the history of threats against any of these individuals
  • Evaluate vulnerabilities for the various crimes or dangerous scenarios that are most likely to occur

o   Assess potential threats  for intended travel destinations

  • Geographic location
  • Geopolitical situation
  • Historical events
  • Travel route selection
  • Transportation types
  • Scheduling
  • Advance preparation for security at meetings, hotels, speaking engagements, airport arrival and departure