Is it just me or is the current landscape providing a great opportunity for ex protectors to reinvent themselves as commentators and pundits on the personal matters of public figures? And if so, how do you feel about it? I have no objection to established professionals publicly sharing their experience on matters of security. But when I see disgraced ex-met officers like Paul Page being given air time to churn out gossip on the people he was paid to protect, simply because the conditions are ripe, then it feels a little like we're scrapping the bottom of the barrel and doesn't reflect well on our profession.

Posted by Jon (BBA Team) at 2022-01-18 11:54:41 UTC