Our Elite Professionals
Because our world-class staff of security experts has experience in the world’s harshest environments, we can provide our clients with customized security solutions designed for any environment.
What sets us apart is our access to the National Mission Force (NMF) and the Special Missions Units (SMU) of the U.S. military. Many of our experts have served honorably with these elite units for over a decade. Because our staff maintains deep ties to these units, our clients benefit from immediate access to their experience.
Our security experts have been operating around the globe for decades. As a result, Xtreme Concepts Inc. hires only vetted, experienced members of The United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) and the elite Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), as well as members from the Naval Special Warfare Development Group (NSWDG) and the Combat Applications Group (CAG).
Emergency Management:Focuses on emergency command and communications, incident mitigation, response protocols, and recovery planning and execution to maintain business continuity.
Security Program Audits:Includes an analysis of the strengths and vulnerabilities of the client’s security program to ensure the required level of protection is achieved for protected spaces.
Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC): Includes program analysis and a course curriculum, including classroom and realistic training scenarios instructed by our world-class staff.
K-9 and MPC Program: Includes an analysis of current K-9 program and kennels. We offer obedience, tracking, odor detection, patrol work, and decoy development.
Counterterrorism Program Development: Includes an assessment of physical and program weaknesses and details the specific terror threat with the goal of lowering the overall risk to personnel and properties. By understanding the threat and addressing underlying vulnerabilities, any counterterrorism program can be strengthened to make protected spaces an undesirable target.
Threat & Risk Assessments:Establish underlying risk through our understanding of the historical threat posed by various individuals and groups, as well as continual monitoring of local and world events. Understanding the threat and identifying vulnerabilities is essential to developing a sound security program.
Maritime Security Programs: An answer to some of the issues posed by maritime regulations, such as the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) and International Ship and Port Security Code (ISPS) for maritime industry owners, cruise vessels, and facility operators.
Tactical Security and Weapons Programs: Addresses discrete security threats using all weapons available. Provides review and counsel on customized methods for improving tactical acumen.