• Reno Raines

The security of our clients doesn’t require putting anyone else at risk

Updated: Jan 21, 2019

The best way to protect our clients is to ensure that the entire area is safe and secure—for everyone. “But what about cases where someone wants to harm your client?,” you might ask. Well, there too the best way to protect the client is either to avoid the area altogether or to ensure that the area is safe and secure for everyone—including those who want to do harm.

Harming those who want to harm our clients is an absolute last resort—and an extremely rare one at that. In almost every case, the goal is to make sure that no one gets hurt on either side.