It’s no secret that the once clandestine division of USPA Nationwide Security’s Kidnap Recovery Division, Kingsman, has been all over the news lately. From performing and funding rescues in Ukraine of women and children to locating and rescuing women from human trafficking here in the USA. They also operate a witness protection program, similar to the U.S. Marshal’s Service, except, Kingsman does it for free, using the profits from USPA Nationwide Security’s traditional security service line.
Here’s a breakdown of USPA’s use of company profits as supplied by the company in their 2021 End of Year Financial Disclosure:
Traditional Security Guard Service: USPA reserved 50% of company profits, to include amounts of executive salaries, derived from their traditional security guard service line. Those profits have been and continue to be used for missing child cases in the USA. USPA funds private investigators, security consultants, informants, and other professionals to locate missing children.
Fire Watch Service: USPA operates a fire protection service throughout the country. Nearly 50% of the profits from fire watch services are used for human trafficking investigations and rescues as well as witness protection for women.
Close Protection Officer Service (domestic): USPA Nationwide Security performs close protection (bodyguards) in most areas of the USA since 2005. The firm uses the profits of their bodyguard service to pay company salaries and support the company’s infrastructure. Bodyguard services account for nearly 50% of their domestic services performed year after year.
Caribbean Security Service: Operating in the Republic of Maldives as well as all of the Caribbean Islands, including U.S. and British Virgin Islands, Aruba, Cancun for decades, USPA uses the profits from Caribbean Security Services for rewards posted for missing women and children.
“Our insistence on philanthropic use of company profits was once a reason that the company struggled to be profitable many years ago, but it’s our ethos,” says Brian Fitzgibbons, the Vice President of Operations. The business model of most security companies is traditionally concentrated on deriving the most profit from each client. USPA does it differently, and they believe that is what makes them a leader in the security industry.