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Welcome to Jägersburg Security. The #1 Private, Corporate and Event Security Force in Loidenburg. Jägersburg Security was founded in 1879 by Ägidius Gerhard Herdrich. Ever since it has strived to keep clients safe. Jägersburg Security has escorted many clients successfully through dangerous zones and areas. This is not the only reason why Jägersburg Security clients consider Jägersburg Security to be the best Private Security company. They also consider us the best security company because of our Attitude and Service.

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Security Guard guarding top executive branch of a local independent bank.

The Rt. Hon. Patrik Gerhard Becker II has transformed the security company bringing in different uniforms for different operations and expanding the company internationally. Jägersburg Security Headquarters since 1995 is located at The Becker Tower. One of the tallest towers in Loidenburg. The original Headquarters was located at Wagner Street. It was moved to The Becker Tower because the Hoffman tower was nearer to the Loidenburg Stock Exchange Centre and because the new owners, the Beckers, did not want people to associate their company and HQ with the Herdichs.

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A picture of The Becker Tower during a beautiful sunset in 2016 by Johann Müller
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History

An Introduction

Jägersburg Security was founded in 1879 by Ägidius Gerhard Herdrich after he returned from the Anglo-Zulu war. Gerhard founded Jägersburg Security because of his war-time experiences. Slowly over time, Jägersburg Security's popularity would grow. By 1900, it would be a top-class Security Company. During WW1 and WW2, the company would take a blow but it would recover by 1976. In 1993, the Beckers' bought the company. They would also help the company grow extremely fast.


The Anglo-Zulu War

The Anglo-Zulu War was fought in 1879 between the British Empire and the Zulu Kingdom. Following Lord Carnarvon's successful introduction of a federation in Canada, it was thought that similar political effort, coupled with military campaigns, might succeed with the African kingdoms, tribal areas and Boer republics in South Africa. In 1874, Sir Henry Bartle Frere was sent to South Africa as High Commissioner for the British Empire to bring such plans into being. Among the obstacles were the presence of the independent states of the South African Republic, the Loidennnian South Africa Authority and the Kingdom of Zululand and its army.

Frere, on his own initiative, without the approval of the British government and with the intent of instigating a war with the Zulu, had presented an ultimatum on 11 December 1878, to the Zulu king Cetshwayo with which the Zulu king could not comply, including disbanding his army and abandoning key cultural traditions. Bartle Frere then sent Lord Chelmsford to invade Zululand after this ultimatum was not met. The war is notable for several particularly bloody battles, including an opening victory of the Zulu at the Battle of Isandlwana, followed by the defeat of a large Zulu army at Rorke's Drift by a small force of British troops. The war eventually resulted in a British and Loidennian victory and the end of the Zulu nation's dominance of the region.

Gerhard, at that time a Loidennian Settler, would join the Loidennian army to fight against the Zulus. He would enlist and would be apart of the 12th Infantry Regiment. The 12th Infantry Regiment would be stationed in Cape Town. It would then move out with other Loidennian regiments to fight the Zulus and the British. The Loidennians' uniforms were similar to the British except it was blue.

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The 12th Infantry Regiment in Cape Town. Gerhard is the man standing on the very left.

After the war ended, Gerhard would return to Loidenburg and to his family. He would start the company after his family was killed. He called it Jägersburg Security. At first, it was a small company which did security for small business owners. After Gerhard died, the new owner, Henry Hoffman, would help expand the company. After Hoffman, the company would go through many owners and ups and downs. Finally, John Wagner would sell the company to the Beckers in 1993. After that, the company would grow extremely fast.
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Guards

A security guard ( also known as a security officer or protective agent) is a person employed by a private party to protect the employing party’s assets (property, people, equipment, money, etc.) from a variety of hazards (such as waste, damaged property, unsafe worker behavior, criminal activity such as theft, etc.) by using preventative measures. Security guards do this by maintaining a high-visibility presence to deter illegal and inappropriate actions, looking (either directly, through patrols, or indirectly, by monitoring alarm systems or video surveillance cameras) for signs of crime or other hazards (such as a fire), taking action to minimize damage (such as warning and escorting trespassers off property), and reporting any incidents to their clients and emergency services (such as the police or paramedics), as appropriate.[1]
Security officers are generally uniformed to represent their lawful authority to protect private property. Security guards are generally governed by legal regulations, which set out the requirements for eligibility (e.g., a criminal record check) and the permitted authorities of a security guard in a given jurisdiction. The authorities permitted to security guards vary by country and subnational jurisdiction. Security officers are hired by a range of organizations, including businesses, government departments and agencies and not-for-profit organizations (e.g., churches and charitable organizations).
Until the 1980s, the term watchman was more commonly applied to this function, a usage dating back to at least the Middle Ages in Europe where there was no form of law enforcement (other than it being a private matter). This term was carried over to North America where it was interchangeable with night-watchman until both terms were replaced with the modern security-based titles. Security officers are sometimes regarded as fulfilling a private policing function.

Depending on your needs, you may choose what type of security will head with you. You may also choose what level of security you will need. Note that some of the security types are more for combat zones and some are more for guarding buildings. Paramilitaries are also in here. You can also request minor changes in guard uniforms and weapons. However, you will need to provide uniforms and an extra 200 Universal Standard Dollars will be charged.

TYPES OF SECURITY
  1. Low-Level
  2. Medium-Level
  3. High-Level
  4. Warzone-Level


Bodyguard

A bodyguard (or close protection officer) is a type of security guard or government law enforcement officer or soldier who protects a person or people — usually high-ranking public officials or officers, wealthy people, and celebrities — from danger: generally theft, assault, kidnapping, assassination, harassment, loss of confidential information, threats, or other criminal offences. The group of personnel who protect a VIP are often referred to as the VIP's security detail.

Most important public figures such as heads of state, heads of government, and governors are protected by several bodyguards or by a team of bodyguards from an agency, security forces, or police forces (e.g., in the U.S., the United States Secret Service or the State Department's Diplomatic Security Service). In most countries where the Head of state is and have always been also their military leader, the leader's bodyguards have traditionally been Royal Guards, Republican Guards and other elite military units. Less-important public figures, or those with lower risk profiles, may be accompanied by a single bodyguard who doubles as a driver. A number of high-profile celebrities and CEOs also use bodyguards. In some countries or regions (e.g., in Latin America), wealthy people may have a bodyguard when they travel. In some cases, the security personnel use an armoured vehicle, which protects them and the VIP.

Popular misconceptions

The role of bodyguards is often misunderstood by the public, because the typical layperson's only exposure to body-guarding is usually in highly dramatized action film depictions of the profession, in which bodyguards are depicted in firefights with attackers. In contrast to the exciting lifestyle depicted on the film screen, the role of a real-life bodyguard is much more mundane: it consists mainly of planning routes, pre-searching rooms and buildings where the client will be visiting, researching the background of people that will have contact with the client, searching vehicles, and attentively escorting the client on their day-to-day activities

Breakdown of responsibilities

The role of a bodyguard depends on several factors. First, it depends on the role of a given bodyguard in a close protection team. A bodyguard can be a driver-bodyguard, a close-protection officer (who escorts the client), or part of an ancillary unit that provides support such as IED detection, electronic "bug" detection, counter-sniper monitoring, pre-searches facilities, and background-checks people who will have contact with the client. Second, the role of a bodyguard depends on the level of risk that the client faces. A bodyguard protecting a client at high risk of assassination will be focusing on very different roles (e.g., checking cars for IED devices, bombs, watching for potential shooters, etc.) than a bodyguard escorting a celebrity who is being stalked by aggressive tabloid photographers (e.g., the role will be to ask the photographers to maintain their distance and block the path of aggressive cameramen). Some bodyguards specialize in the close quarter protection of children of VIPs, to protect them from kidnapping or assassination.

Driving

In some cases, bodyguards also drive their clients. Normally, it is not sufficient for a client to be protected by a single driver-bodyguard, because this would mean that the bodyguard would have to leave the car unattended when they escort the client on foot. If the car is left unattended, this can lead to several risks: an explosive device may be attached to the car; an electronic "bug" may be attached to the car; the car may be sabotaged; or city parking officials may simply tow away the vehicle or place a wheel clamp on the tire. If parking services tow away or disable the car, then the bodyguard cannot use the car to escape with the client in case there is a security threat while the client is at their meeting.
The driver should be trained in evasive driving techniques, such as executing short-radius turns to change the direction of the vehicle, high-speed cornering, and so on. The car used by the client will typically be a large sedan with a low centre of gravity and a powerful engine, such as a Jaguar, BMW or Mercedes Benz. In some countries, large trucks such as Suburbans are used for VIPs. At a minimum, the vehicle should have ballistic glass in the windows, some type of armor reinforcement to protect the client from gunfire, and a foam-filled gas tank. "Run-flat tires" (which have either extremely stiff sidewalls or a resilient filler to allow driving a limited distance while flat, usually at reduced speed, without permanent damage or hazard) and armor protection for the driver are also desirable.
The car may also be equipped with an additional battery; dual foot-pedal controls, such as those used by driving instruction companies (in case the driver is wounded or incapacitated), a PA system with a microphone and a megaphone mounted on the outside of the car, so that the driver can give commands to other convoy vehicles or bodyguards who are on foot; fire extinguishers inside the vehicle in case the vehicle is struck by a Molotov cocktail bomb or other weapon; a reinforced front and rear bumper, to enable the driver to ram attacking vehicles; and additional mirrors, to give the driver a better field of view. In Latin American countries many armored cars will come with a siren and lights to use in situations were they need to get out of places quickly. Decoy convoys and vehicles are used to prevent tailing. In the event the convoy holding the client is compromised and ambushed, decoy convoys can also act as a reinforcement force that can ambush a force that is attacking the primary convoy. Some clients rotate between residences in different cities when attending public events or meetings to prevent being tailed home or to a private location.

Weapons and weapon tactics

Depending on the laws in a bodyguard's jurisdiction and on which type of agency or security service they are in, bodyguards may be unarmed, armed with a less-lethal weapon such as a pepper spray, an expandable baton, or a Taser (or a similar type stun gun), or with a lethal weapon such as a handgun, or, in the case of a government bodyguard for a Secret Service-type agency, a machine pistols. Some bodyguards such as those protecting high ranking government officials or those operating in high risk environments such as war zones may carry assault rifles.

In addition to these weapons, a bodyguard team may also have more specialist weapons to aid them in maintaining the safety of their principal, such as sniper rifles and anti-material rifles (for anti-sniper protection) or shotguns.
Bin Laden's personal security detail consisted of "bodyguards...personally selected by him." Their "arsenal included SAM-7 and Stinger missiles, AK-47s, RPGs, and PK machine guns."

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Bodyguards that protect high-risk principals may wear body armor such as kevlar or ceramic vests. The bodyguards may also have other ballistic shields, such as kevlar-reinforced briefcases or clipboards which, while appearing innocuous, can be used to protect the principal. The principal may also wear body armor in high-risk situations.

Counter-sniper weapons and tactics

For a close protection officer, the primary tactic against sniper attacks is defensive: avoid exposing the principal to the risk of being fired upon. This means that the principal should ideally be within an armored vehicle or a secure structure. As well, when the principal moves between a vehicle and a building, the principal must be moved quickly to minimize the time window in which a sniper could take a shot and use a flanking escort of close protection officers to block the view of the sniper and any potential shot that the sniper may take. The use of offensive tactics against snipers will occur very rarely in a bodyguard context, because it is very difficult for bodyguards to attempt to locate and fire back at a distant, concealed, or camouflaged sniper, even if the security detail has a carbine rifle or scoped sniper rifle in the trunk of the car.

Daily tasks

A bodyguard team protecting a high-profile politician who is at risk of attack would be based around escorting the client from a secure residence (e.g., an embassy) to the different meetings and other activities they have to attend during the day (whether professional or social), and then to escort the client back to their residence.




Low Level Type

Beret Guard 'Beretee'; Type 1

A Beretee is a low-level security guard. It is recommended to use this kind of guard in big events along with higher ranking guards. These guards are armed with a baton and a walkie-talkie. Type 1a is equipped with a Tazer and a walkie-talkie while Type 1b is equipped with a pistol and a walkie-talkie. You may change the load out and uniform providing you give the equipment. They are not meant to escort but if there is an attacker. They will try to divert the attacker's attention from the client.

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Graduation of Beretees from training camp

Armed Guard; Type 2

An Armed Guard is a guard that is given a pistol or a sub-machine gun. The Armed Guard is recommended to be used to patrol areas individually. Each Armed Guard is given a 1911 pistol, a baton(optional) and a walkie-talkie. He may also equip a raincoat if the area is wet or rainy. The Armed Guard is a good class for defending large areas. They are also low-level escorts. However, it is recommended to put a higher-level guard when escorting a client.

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Medium Level Type

Paladin; Type 3

A Paladin is a guard with better sub-machine guns, walkie-talkie a flashlight. Sometimes, Paladin guards can have assault rifles. It is recommended that Paladins be put with other Paladins in groups to work effectively. There should be 3 groups of 10 Paladins patrolling the area. Paladins are good in groups and are meant for as a Quick Response Team to an attack. They can also patrol areas. It is recommended to have at least 5 Paladins in a group. Paladins patrol individually unless they are sweeping a close-quarters combat zone. They are also good at holding angry civilian.

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High Level Type

JS-105; Type 4

The JS-105 or 'James 105' is a high-level operator meant for evacuations of clients and guarding extremely important areas. They are not 'Warzone-class'. But they sure do give a punch! These men are equipped with AR-25, AK-47s or M16s. They are prepared and ready to kill. They are meant to attack/defend in groups. They are in groups of 20 (But you can edit that). There are snipers in the group. The snipers should stay alone from the group. Type4a is an all-sniper group and Type4b is a no-sniper group. You can edit the group how you want.




Warzone Level Type

JK-12; Type 5

The JK-12 or 'Jack 12' is a Warzone-class operator meant for securing 'War-zone ' or riot area. The Jack 12 is armed with a Schmidt Assault Rifle, a grenade, a flashlight (optional), a walkie-talkie (optional) and night vision (optional). The Jack 12 is in a squad of 30 men. It is recommended that they are used to go in to secure the client's area once an attack happens.

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