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    Default Does anyone have this book? The Bodyguards bible - J Brown

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    Brown J – The Bodyguard’s Bible (Bible Publications, 2007) ISBN 0955475230

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    Yes - you want?



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    I've heard so many things about it and the SIA are using it as recommended reading.

    It would be nice to have a gander.

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    Your missing sales on your delay Rich!!
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    CM,

    The book is outdated. 'Jim' Brown used to run 'Excel Security' in the 90's together with Peter Consterdine and a couple of others.

    The book covers a fair few topics but not in any great shape or form. Many topics are not that relevant or that important to be inserted into a book such as how to eat shell fish and the contents of an IED. It also outlines poor use of reaction to attack in both IBG and team roles. His book was really made up of the course handouts - almost word for word in many parts. I have a copy of it.

    I don't believe the SIA has used this book as their 'work format' but rather that they had used Consterdine's 'Bodyguard Manual'. Consterdines is a little better written but again, content fails to meet requirements in any great detail.


    You'll be better off buying one of each for a little light hearted reading or wait for a better one to come out?! I don't think the wait will be that long...


    Dodger - long time no hear! I would have clicked on 'thanks' but the button is missing?



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    Been on leave but back at work now!! Looking forward to your book no doubt will enspire me to better things Rich
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    This book is available on Amazon.

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    This is the book ESI uses to teach it's courses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BearUK View Post
    This is the book ESI uses to teach it's courses.
    You are joking.



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