Las Vegas Bodyguard Protection For New Mexico Residents

Las Vegas Bodyguards New Mexico NM

All Bodyguard clients from New Mexico understands that in an uncertain  world where high risk situations can and usually do occur it makes sense to have the highest level of professional protection for your family, your assets, property, and your business in.

Las Vegas Bodyguard Protective Services provides close protection bodyguards and operatives to corporate executives, media personalities, and private individuals. Our skill base is highly unique as is our extensive experience.

Close Protection For Anyone From New Mexico And Needing A Las Vegas Bodyguard 

Las Vegas Bodyguard Protective Services is NOT a standard security company with basic trained security guards, instead we are an advanced specialized Close Protection Services company, a high-end provider of tactical security services comprised entirely of highly intelligent and proficient specialist-trained personnel with certified tactical high-level security and Bodyguard training.

Bodyguards derive from backgrounds of Law Enforcement, Military Special Forces, and Specialist Security Organizations, MMA and Kav Maga training.

These Las Vegas Bodyguard operatives and personnel together with our unequalled and indisputable experience allow us to perform Close Protection operations at all levels, from general low level protection operations, family protection and Corporate Security Protection management, through to High-Risk Operations, Extractions from Bad Situations, Diplomatic and Dignitary Protection, Corporate Executive Protection, Witness Protection, and VIP - Celebrity protection for anyone from New Mexico visiting Las Vegas, NV.

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Family Members From New Mexico Needing  A Las Vegas Bodyguard 

Many clients traveling to Las Vegas from New Mexico and wanting to use Las Vegas Bodyguard protection services have asked if we can supply female bodyguard/operatives. We have a network of female operatives, often clients with Young families like to have the peace of mind of a more covert approach in regards to the protection of their children or a family member, which lends itself exceptionally well to our female Las Vegas Bodyguard/operatives. Additionally, executives find female a bodyguard a better fit as an undercover personal assistant or third party witness it’s less intrusive in the day to day operations.

People travel all over the world to Las Vegas as it has something for everyone, they come for the amazing experiences that they know that they will have.

Yet, one needs to be careful in a city such as Las Vegas, and one of the best ways to accomplish that is by the use of a Las Vegas bodyguard for yourself or a loved one so Las Vegas can be enjoyed without anyone having to worry about what could happen.

By using a Las Vegas Bodyguard based Protective Services you will not have to worry, and we will give you and your family members an unparalleled level of peace of mind knowing that your loved ones are being carefully watched over and protected by the finest bodyguards that can be found anywhere.

You want to make certain that a fun night out on the town does not turn into a visit to the emergency room or to a jail cell!

Through many years of experience and training, we have highly specialized skills in the protection of your Wife, Girlfriend, Child, or any family member when they come to Las Vegas from New Mexico, we will assure that there are no confrontations of any type with the Drunks, Creeps, Jerks and or any of those within the Criminal element.

The city of Las Vegas can be extremely wild, and with this in mind you want to make sure that the wrong kind of wild never gets anywhere near your loved ones, this is our expertise and specialty.

Las Vegas Bodyguards And Protective Services For Professional Surveillance Operations In Nevada

Surveillance specialties has extensive experience with large corporations, and private individuals. Our innovative approach to the specific assignment whether your need is personal or corporate assures that the services provided will be diligent, professionally conducted and successfully concluded.

Protection Services Security Survey And Audit Services In Las Vegas Nevada

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One of the singular most cost-effective procedures to evaluate the effectiveness of your security operation is to allow operators to conduct a physical and or electronic penetration test.

In conjunction with the cooperation and coordination of your management team our operatives Will conduct to either physically or electronically infiltrate your facility. The purpose will be to infiltrate to identify any strategic or system management and or equipment deficiencies in your security program.

Does your security team really have your back? Are host, hired security, waitress or bartenders getting paid off to allow customers to gain free access into a club or table? Is your in-house security team providing drugs and hookers to clients while in your night club? We will uncover it all. Las Vegas businesses lose millions every year due to the “under the table deal”. Asset savings and recovery don’t let staff affect your bottom-line!

All findings of the investigation will be completely and professionally presented with our recommendations for further strategies.

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New Mexico’s state constitution states: “No law shall abridge the right of the citizen to keep and bear arms for security and defense, for lawful hunting and recreational use and for other lawful purposes, but nothing herein shall be held to permit the carrying of concealed weapons. No municipality or county shall regulate, in any way, an incident of the right to keep and bear arms.”

New Mexico has state preemption of firearms laws, so local governments may not restrict the possession or use of firearms. In 1986, Article 2, Section 6 of the state constitution was amended to say, "No law shall abridge the right of the citizen to keep and bear arms for security and defense, for lawful hunting and recreational use and for other lawful purposes, but nothing herein shall be held to permit the carrying of concealed weapons. No municipality or county shall regulate, in any way, an incident of the right to keep and bear arms."

New Mexico is a "shall issue" state for the concealed carry of handguns, and permits the open carry of loaded firearms. An applicant for a concealed carry permit must be a resident of New Mexico and at least 21 years of age. Each permit specifies the category and caliber of handgun that may be carried, but is also valid for a smaller caliber. The applicant must complete a state approved training course that includes at least 15 hours of classroom and firing range time, and must pass a shooting proficiency test for that category and caliber of handgun. A permit is valid for four years, but license holders must pass the shooting proficiency test every two years.

When it comes to gun control advocates in New Mexico they sometimes forget the state is largely rural state, where old Hispanic families have hunted, ranched and farmed the mountain valleys and mesas since Spanish settlers first arrived in the 1500s, efforts to restrict firearms have been viewed warily. New Mexico is a place where you can bring your gun almost anywhere. You can even carry your weapon openly in the Capitol, if you wish — one of only a few states that allow open or concealed carry in their statehouses.

New Mexico does not have a law based on the castle doctrine, per se. However, the state’s self-defense statute does not require victims to retreat when they or their property come under attack. The law, which has been on the books since 1907, is somewhat vague. Courts have held in past rulings that deadly force must be merited; in other words, a landowner cannot justifiably shoot someone merely for trespassing on his property.

New Mexico, with its Wild West history, is not known as a hotbed of anti-gun sentiment. So the fate of a new legislative proposal to close the infamous "gun show loophole," that exempts from background checks people who buy guns from "private sellers" as opposed to licensed gun dealers, may be an interesting bellwether for the fate of such legislation in Washington.

New Mexico does not require a concealed weapons permit if an individual has a similar carrying permit of the following states: Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Wyoming.

If a concealed weapons permit is valid, an individual will still face a few restrictions on where he/she is allowed to carry a handgun; these places include: Any federal buildings, schools, or restaurants that serve alcohol. Concealed carry laws in New Mexico are complex and detailed in regards to locations that sell alcohol. For instance, it is legal to carry concealed weapons in grocery stores or convenient stores that sell alcohol, but considered illegal if carried into a liquor store.

New Mexico law allows a person to have a concealed loaded firearm in his or her vehicle (including motorcycles and bicycles). If you are not licensed to carry concealed in this State, you may not have the weapon concealed on your person when you exit your vehicle or motorcycle.

New Mexico is an Open Carry State, meaning it is legal to carry a loaded weapon as long as it is not concealed. However, it is not legal to carry any firearm in any federal building, school, state building, or licensed liquor establishment. It is the responsibility of the person carrying the firearm to be informed as to when and where carrying is prohibited.

Pursuant to Subsection C of NMSA 1978 Section 29-19-12, any person lawfully in possession of private property may prohibit the carrying of concealed handguns on such private property by posting notice in accordance with NMSA 1978 Section 30-14-6 or by verbally notifying persons entering upon the property. Learn more about New Mexico’s CCW laws on our website, US Precision Defense