The ideal minimum level of physical protection should be the two- person team. This allows for the greatest flexibility and highest protection in the smallest package (McGovern, 2011). The level of protection that is warranted is mostly predicated on the value of the principal and the threat and risk assessment involved with the job at hand. The level of the threat should dictate the level of protection provided. Some examples could be always having a cctv on them. Every location they frequent needs to be monitored. If anything, suspicious comes up the security team and see it firsthand on the cctv. Portable cctv’s can be used on the road or if the client is out and about. We should also scope out the area around the principal’s office and/or residence and observing. It helps determine the level of concern that needs to be addressed. Security can follow our client home or to their usual spots just to assess if the level of protection needs to be changed or adjusted. Our local law enforcement may be asked to keep an eye on the residence. Private security could also be hired for the client. We also need to make sure they have an alarm system at home. So, if we are not there and something happens. The proper authorities can be alerted. These are just some ideas, as what we do for each client differs from the other. I think the special protection should stop when and if the client requests. Or we can set them up with a transitional security team to help after they are done with us.