Always keep thinking about being D.E.A.D.L.Y. while you're working! - DETECT everything that seems out of place. - EVALUATE your surroundings constantly. - ASSESS your vulnerability and think how you would attack by putting yourself in the mind of someone who is trying to compromise your principle or your team. - DETER attacks. - LIMIT the amount of exposure to yourself and to the principle. - YOUR safety comes first. Always remember that if you're not safe then neither is yo
CHEATERS NEVER PROSPER. Never approach, engage in conversation, trespass or attempt to steal another CPO’s client. This is the unspoken and unwritten (until now) policy in the industry. To do so, you would find your career rapidly disintegrating, lose the trust of your peers, and could easily end up in a back alley with your feelings hurt. JOIN US FOR THE NEXT TRAINING SESSION!
PEOPLE COUNT! That says it all. Always have a positive "let's get it done" attitude during every operation. Be the solution not the problem. Always place human life above all else. JOIN US FOR THE NEXT TRAINING SESSION!
KEEP YOURSELF AND YOUR GEAR IN TOP CONDITION This statement says it all. You are dependent on your equipment so keep it top shelf! If something is broken or getting worn out, replace it immediately. If you don't, you are going to need it and it won't function properly. JOIN US FOR THE NEXT TRAINING SESSION!
#7 Don't Get Emotionally Close or Personal. Getting too close to a principle will cloud your judgment and affect your ability to make a clear decision in a dangerous situation. #8 Keep Secrets Never ever talk about what it is that you do or who you do it for, enough said on thst subject. JOIN US FOR THE NEXT TRAINING SESSION!
#5 Know Your Limitations. If you can't do something, admit it and learn how to do it. Never say that you can do something that you cannot do. Always be honest with your teammates. #6 Two Is One and One Is None Always have a back up! JOIN US FOR THE NEXT TRAINING SESSION!
Don't Show Emotions. Emotions have no place on a team. I don't care how you feel. I care about how you perform your function on my team. If you want to laugh or cry go do it somewhere else. If you have a problem, I use an old Viking term: "go bleed on an oak". Emotions create hesitation in actions. JOIN US FOR THE NEXT TRAINING SESSION!
Never Complain. No matter how hard the deployment or mission is, don't complain. Complaining only hurts the morale of the team. It does nothing to correct the situation. The rest of your team will hate you if you're s braggart or complainer so don't do it. If you're going through any problems, bring it to your chain of command. Do not step out of your chain of command even if invited by the principle. It will have devastating effects on your relationship with everyone on your
DON'T TELL STORIES. Never tell clients any high-speed stories, even if they ask you for them. The fact that you served or did what you did is proof enough that you belong here. There is no need to prove yourself every time someone asks. You already did that. Let the posers tell the stories. It's better to be known as the silent professional. JOIN US FOR THE NEXT TRAINING SESSION!
BE HUMBLE. I don't care how high speed you are or what you did in whatever branch you served or under whomever you studied martial arts. I care that the guy on my team is humble and able to work on my team as a team member. I have met a lot of tactical shooters that were complete nightmares on a team and they didn't last long. No one taught them to be humble. No one taught them that this isn't the military and that you're now working in the civilian world. The rules are diffe