G-1 Tactical Solutions

  • G-1 Tactical Solutions offers an extensive range of security services which will meet the demands of individual and corporate clients. By having a security umbrella that covers physical security, premise security and cyber security, we are able to secure our client with least amount of risk.

  • G-1 Tactical Solutions provides investigative and surveillance / counter-surveillance solutions for the private as well as the corporate sector. From the smallest tasks to the most complex investigation cases, we deal with each inquiry with dedication, enthusiasm, and high sense of confidentiality.

  • G-1 Tactical Solutions training is done by professional instructors, US and UK military Special Forces instructors as well as former FBI, CIA and police SWAT instructors. Our courses are open to individuals interested in a career in the security industry as well as law abiding citizens for self defense.

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Security Tips

G-1 Security Tip 12 - Concealed CarryThe importance for learning to carry a concealed weapon and how others conceal them. Let’s start by saying this, “I don’t care if you spent time in the military, I don’t care if you are a civilian with 1000 hours of firearms training, I don’t care if you are a certified bodyguard from the world alliance of bodyguarding.” Concealed carry is a mental attitude, a mindset. You have to modify your daily lifestyle, the way you dress, the gear you carry, the way you get out of a car or from a table, the way in which you look or observe others on a daily basis. It’s not just about grabbing any old weapon and throwing it into a holster or bag and walking out the door. Let’s start from the beginning and keep it simple.


Security Tips

G-1 Security Tip 39When doing investigative work for some of our clients, we are able to quickly assess their lifestyle and habitual tendencies. What time the dad goes to work and the routes he takes to work? When he leaves the office and how long it takes for him to get home? What kind of school and non-school activities the children have and whether or not the mom likes to shop. When we do our initial security assessments, these are some of the things we tell our customers to try and mix up the best they can.

It's often the easiest way for potential burglars, kidnappers or hijackers to take advantage of when staking out their next victim. You may think you are above getting targeted, think again. Believe it or not, by taking some of these precautions, they may have decided to move on to another family after seeing how "on the ball" you are. Criminals prey on easy targets, they're a business too and quotas have to be met in order for them to keep their territory. Hard targets get scratched off the list.

Keep this in mind during your next family sit down and take a few moments to explain the importance of being unpredictable to outsiders looking in.

Security Updates

  • OSCE Says Mariupol Shelling Came From Northeast

    GlobalSecurity.org Saturday, 24 January 2015 | 11:39 pm

    Saturday's deadly attack on the Ukrainian city of Mariupol in southern Donbas region was carried out from the northeast, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) said.

  • F-16s Scrambled to Escort Jets After Bomb Threat

    Homeland Security News Saturday, 24 January 2015 | 3:03 pm

    Two F-16 fighter jets were scrambled today to escort two airliners enroute to Hartsfeld-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta for a possible bomb threat, NORAD said. The fighters from McEntire Joint National Guard Base in South Carolina were dispatched at 1 p.m. ET and escorted the planes to Hartsfeld, where they both landed safely, NORAD spokesman […]This story comes to us via Homeland Security - National Terror Alert. National Terror Alert is America's trusted source for homeland security news and information. F-16s Scrambled to Escort Jets After Bomb Threat

  • Readout of Secretary Napolitano’s Visit to Anchorage

    Department of Homeland Security News Wednesday, 08 August 2012 | 6:00 am

    Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano and U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Admiral Robert Papp, Jr. today traveled to Anchorage, Alaska to participate in roundtable meetings with oil industry representatives and tribal leaders, underscoring the Department’s commitment to working with its partners to ensure the safety and security of the Arctic region.