Paul Brookes – Managing Director
Following a six-year career in the British Army, which saw Paul serving operationally in Northern Ireland, Kenya and Cyprus, he became a Canine handler and Close Protection Operator, were he quickly became known for his capabilities and professionalism, Paul soon became a provider of Canine teams and security officers for other providers and in 2017 Paul started to launch his company, he has worked within security management for over 19 years. Working closely with clients, industry leaders and regulatory authorities to understand the market’s challenges and commercial requirements, whilst developing priorities, resources and business models by directing his senior management team.
Terry Finley – Director
Terry served in the British army for 24 years. During his service Terry deployed operationally throughout the world including Iraq, Afghanistan, Central America, Middle east, Northern Ireland, including diplomatic and asset protection. Having left the Military Terry started work within the Close Protection industry supporting A list clients throughout the UK, Terry then went to work within the nuclear sector working as head of security for Projects and training as part of the security upgrade of the nuclear site, Terry was responsible for working with all contractor’s and clients ensuring that all systems and procedures complied with national and international regulations, the site was responsible for hosting multi agency counter terrorism training exercises as part of the governments counter terrorism strategy. Terry worked closely with Office of Nuclear Regulation, Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure and other government departments. Terry was responsible for the first private security company being accredited with ISO 9001 on a nuclear site.
David Hayhoe – Independent NASDU Trainer
David served in the British army for 24 years. Serving in the Infantry and the latter part of his career in the Army Veterinary Corp as an Explosive Detection Dog Handler, were his Dog Treo was awarded the Dickins Medal the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross During his service David deployed operationally throughout the world including Iraq, Afghanistan, Central America, Middle east,
Northern Ireland, including diplomatic and asset protection. Having left the Military David started work within the Close Protection industry supporting A list clients throughout the UK , David was responsible for all Canine teams during the London Olympics ensuring procedures complied with national and international regulations, David is a published author and a Nasdu Assessor and
trainer in Canine disciplines and training. Click the Facebook Link below to view Davids Facebook page.