Thursday, November 25, 2010

Costa Rica Bodyguard, Close Protection, Tourist Security & Security Services

Understand that "Personal Security" is a professional service to be serviced by real professionals. Follow these instructions to insure you're getting truly qualified personnel to protect your life, that of your families and personnel overseas. If you are a Foreigner and reside, travel as a tourist or are on business in a foreign country and are in need of professional security services hire a security officer, security close protection agent or security operator from your country of origin and nationality that is licensed, insured and legally on the ground in Costa Rica. The Falcon Group is that Company.

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Criminals are packing heavier weaponry
By Rommel Téllez
of the A.M. Costa Rica staff

Organized crime is getting heavier weaponry at a rate the security forces cannot keep up with, according to Juan José Andrade, director of Fuerza Pública.

“This is a concern we have been talking about for a while, because criminal groups are getting heavier guns and that's a huge threat to both police officers and civilians.” he said.

Andrade explained that cops can only carry small weapons because they need to comply with the Armas y Explosivos law, which regulates what the officers may or may not carry.

“This phenomena is the reason why our police forces are the ones in Central America that always wear a bulletproof vest. We might need to discuss the law and foresee changes in the short term,” said Andrade.

His comments come after the latest police raid against heavily armed groups on Wednesday night, where police officers arrested several individuals in front of a bar in Llorente de Tibás.

One of them allegedly tried to bribe two officers with around one million colons, according to police. The men were driving a Honda with two Glock pistols in the vehicle, according to a report. Both weapons were without permits, officials said.

The Special Operational Forces and Operational Support Group agents also arrived after reports of other powerful weapons and ammunition in several parked vehicles. After a quick review, officers found seven other weapons, including a U.S.-made AR-15 assault rifle, which uses 5.56- milimeter caliber bullets and has an effective range of at least 500 meters, according to the Ministerio de Seguridad Pública.

Police said another individual had three pistols with four loaders and a total of 31 bullets.

Earlier this week, the security ministry reported that 340 firearms have been confiscated in the first four months of the year
If you engage in business or manage employees in Costa Rica. You should partner yourself with a security organization that is prepared to meet any threating situation and the Falcon Group International is that security company.


 The Falcon Group  security is a Costa Rica premiere Executive Protection and a full-service Security Services Company with security agents and close protection bodyguards on our staff from the countries of the United States, Great Britain, United Kingdom, Germany, Israel, France, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Mexico, Colombia, ex-Costa Rica Intelligence and ex-tactical law enforcement agents from around the world . Our specially trained security protection personnel ex-military security operators are the best in Latin America. If you reside, are going to travel as a student and are a tourist, if your on business, an employee/employer and a corporation in Costa Rica hire the Falcon Group for all your security needs.
 
newspaper in Costa Rica reports
February 12, 2015 
Officials turn their sights to the 1,560 security firms in country
By the A.M. Costa Rica staff

Private security services ere getting a close look after investigators claimed that one was importing firearms for resale outside the country.

The security ministry said Wednesday that there were an estimated 1,560 firms providing such services in the county. Only  443 have been authorized fully by the Ministry's Dirección de Servicios de Seguridad Privados, it said

Not being authorized within the agency's computerized data
base means firms cannot enroll new employees, import weapons or offer services. Many are in the process of providing the paperwork and information that the ministry needs to put the firm in the database.

The firms, themselves, are licensed for five years by the agency.

The ministry also noted that there has been a falling off of weapons being imported. In 2012 there were 5,799 weapons brought into the country. Last year the number was 4,168, the agency said.
 The Falcon Group is a fully licensed and insured security company offering professionally trained operators that are not opened to corruption, that are supervised, are experienced and understand the laws of the countries that they operate on a daily bases. All security agents are fluent in both English and Spanish. The Falcon Group has an open book policy of its agents profiles and experiences, they can be reviewed before any initial assignment commences at the clients request. No other security company in Costa Rica can offer this policy. Because their security personnel and bodyguards are not highly trained, experienced, skilled and held to the highest standards as those of the Falcon Group. 

Our security officers are second to none, the  uniform division of the Falcon Group is trained on the military standards, tactics and practices of a military police officer and all security officers must past a 90 day probationary period in order to be continuously employed by our uniform division of the Falcon Group.
 
 Falcon Group and Associates operate in all Central and South America with corporate offices in Costa Rica, Colombia, Mexico and El Salvador with our live person GPS monitoring office in Guanacaste, Costa Rica and strategically placed field offices throughout Latin America. We are the only security company operating legally on the ground for emergency situations in all Latin America 24 hours a day 7 days a week and that has deployed in high threat environments. The Falcon Group International specializes in K R & E. (Kidnapping, Ransom and Extortion) negotiation  services with complete confidentiality.  Our clients have been from the public, private sectors, insurance companies, oil companies, gas companies, diamond companies, corporate and government entities whom family, clients or corporate personnel have been abducted and held for ransom and extortion.

 
 We can provide unarmed and armed security officers and bodyguards for any event and setting, residential, commercial, corporate and government.


 

 Tel. 011(506) 2290-1375





 You should hire security personnel from your country of residence that is legally on the ground with all the legal documentation in the country of service for immediate deployment.



The Falcon Group is a fully licensed and insured security company offering professionally trained security operators that are not opened to corruption, that are fully supervised, security agents and security operators that are very experienced and understand the laws of the countries that they operate under on a daily bases. All security agents and security operators are fluent in both English and Spanish. The Falcon Group has an open book policy of its security agents and security operators. All profiles and experiences can be reviewed before any initial commencing of an assignment of your close protection, bodyguard, security agent and security operator. No other Security Company in Costa Rica opens their files to the client. Since their security personnel are not held to a higher level of standards as security professionals.

Our security officers second to none, the uniform division of the Falcon Group is trained on the military standards and practices of a military police officer and all security officers must past a 90 day probationary period in order to be continuously employed by our uniform division of the Falcon Group.

 The Falcon Group and Associates operate in all Central and South America with corporate offices in Costa Rica, Colombia, Mexico and El Salvador with our live person GPS monitoring center in Guanacaste, Costa Rica and offices strategically placed throughout Latin America. We are the only security company operating legally on the ground with security operators for real emergency situations in all Latin America 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year and that has deployed in high-threat and hostile environments. The Falcon Group specializes in K R & E. (Kidnapping, Ransom and Extortion) negotiation  services with complete confidentiality.  Our clients have been from the public, private sectors, insurance companies, oil companies, gas companies, diamond companies, corporate, aviation and government entities whom family, clients, executives and corporate personnel have been abducted and held for ransom and extortion in a foreign country.

 We can provide unarmed and armed security officers and bodyguards for any event and setting, personal, professional, executive, business, residential, commercial, corporate and government.
 Tel. 011(506) 2290-1375
Some say fate, and others just say it was bad luck
By the A.M. Costa Rica staff

Crime sometimes is like a bolt of lightning, and the victims just happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

That was shown clearly early Wednesday when a U.S. citizen suffered a fatal gunshot wound in Jacó when he tried to protect his female companion.

That also was clearly the case about 4 p.m. in the heart of San José when two robbers held up the driver of a bus as the vehicle was making a turn onto Avenida 5.

Judicial agents also made a series of raids Wednesday in the Sept. 18 murder of a passerby who died when he accidentally found himself in the crossfire among gang members.

The Jacó murder happened about 4:20 a.m. When the American, identified tentatively as John Joseph Lonigan or Lonergan left a dance club with a female companion and hailed a taxi on Avenida Pastor, the town’s main street.

A short time later they were confronted by a man that the Judicial Investigating Organization said tried to sell them drugs. The judicial report said that the two passengers, the American and the woman, both declined to make a purchase, and the vendor appears to have become angry.

The man tried to pull the woman from the taxi, and the American came to her aid. In the ensuing fight, the American suffered a bullet wound to the chest and jaw, said a judicial spokesman. He died at the local clinic.

The man with the gun fled on a motorcycle, an investigator said. There was no immediate information on the immigration status of the victim, who many have been just a tourist.

The bus stickup happened on Calle 1. The northbound bus was making a left turn to go east on Avenida 5. There was no police report, and the information comes from witnesses.

Two men on a motorcycle pulled up and 



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murder arrest
Judicial Investigating Organization photo
The suspect is led to a vehicle in La Uruca.

intercepted the bus as the driver was
maneuvering the vehicle around the corner in heavy traffic. The men quickly took what they wanted from the driver and fled on the same motorcycle. Another witness, a young man, tried to chase the bandits on foot, but they managed to evade him.

Earlier Wednesday judicial agents detained two persons in the Sept. 18 death. That happened in  Bajo Los Ledezma in La Uruca. The victim was a 26-year-old man with the last name of Villalobos.

Agents said that two cars pulled up and the occupants began shooting. Some of the individuals went into a home and others remained on the street firing their weapons. That was when the victim received the fatal shot.

Agents arrested an 18 year old man in Bajo Los Ledezma and a woman, 24, in Pavas. They said the investigation showed that the victim has nothing to do with the drug activity and did not even live in that area.

During the arrests Wednesday, agents said they confiscated cocaine and marijuana

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