Free Close Protection Service for Women and Children
Fully sponsored close protection for women and children. Kingsman is an initiative, part of USPA Nationwide Security, to protect women and children from egregious crimes against them. Kingsman was created by Michael Evans in 2005 in NY only, and has expanded to seven continents for the last decade.
What do Kingsman do?
Kingsman are per diem close protection officers, mostly former military and current and retired law enforcement officers. Kingsman are called to work when USPA Nationwide Security receives information about a woman and or child being abused and looking to escape a bad situation. We provide physical protection and financial support to help the family relocate and get away from an abuser. Kingsman are paid, but we do not charge any money for the service. The costs are 100% donated by Michael Evans and Sondae Esposito from company profits.
How do we select where to allocate our funds?
Because Kingsman is not a 501c3, [yet] we must choose when to take on a security detail for free. Security details and abduction support can cost upward of $10k in most situations and become much more costly in others. We investigate the facts on a case-by-case basis and make our decisions. Many times, manpower and financial constraints force our hand. We are working to become a non-profit, whereas we can accept donations to help fund more of our Kingsman service in the near future.
Speak with a security consultant today (not for employment purposes) if you require the services of our Kingsman.
Kingsman in the News!
USPA Nationwide Security CEO, Michael Evans, Plans to Expand Kingsman to other Security Companies Across the Globe
Evans' Kingsman is a Free Kidnap Recovery, Domestic Violence Assistance and Close Protection Service for Women and Children
"...we build trust. By letting the women know, by our actions, that we have their back every step of the way, we help manage anxiety and trust issues that have developed in their abusive relationships."