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Diva Limousine Launches Full Range of Protection Services

LCT Staff
Posted on January 30, 2008

LOS ANGELES — Avid Security, a subsidiary of Diva Limousine Ltd, recently announced the launch of its new interactive website (www.avidsecure.com), which provides corporate executives, celebrities, and other high net-worth individuals with a full range of top-level protection services. Avid Security is a fully licensed and insured provider of security protection utilizing both armed and unarmed agents.

“Drawing inspiration from our proven track record and experience of over 20 years in corporate ground transportation, Diva Limousine Ltd. conceived the idea for Avid Security Division and began to develop the model and concept in conjunction with one of the preeminent and leading providers of security services worldwide,” said Bijan Zoughi, president and CEO of Avid Security.

Avid Security executive protection agents are trained to the highest industry standards under the direct supervision of West Coast Detectives Agency, which has been internationally recognized and praised for its extensive and specialized work with Homeland Security, Counter Terrorism, Intelligence and Personal Executive Protection since 1922.

Avid Security’s executive security agents receive extensive training in:

• Hand to Hand Combat

• Firearms

• Security “Defensive” Driving

• Emergency Medial CPR

• First Aid

• Critical Thinking

• Recognizing & Reasoning

In addition, Avid Security offers a full-suite of top-level security protection services which include:

-Assessment and Planning

Security Risk Assessment

Security Facility Assessments

Security Residential Assessments

Executive Security Plan of Action

Crisis/Disaster Planning

-Intelligence

Surveillance Operations

Undercover Operations

Electronic Sweeps

Polygraph

Background Checks

-Safety/Protection

Executive Protection

Travel Security

Residential Security

Workplace Security

Armed and Unarmed Agents

SOURCE: Diva Limousine

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