USPA Nationwide Security’s Kingsman Division: Year in Review

The nonprofit wing of the security guard company operates internationally, rescuing missing women and children from kidnapping, human trafficking and performs witness protection and domestic violence escapes utilizing 50% of the profits from hired security guard and fire watch services.

USPA Nationwide Security's Kingsman Division: Year in Review
Kingsman Kidnap Recovery Agent

As newly appointed USPA Nationwide Security CEO, Dan Manning, was reviewing his company’s year-end data of security guard, fire watch and close protection details that took place in 16 countries in the year 2021, he compiled a list of services that were performed for free. For decades, USPA has been simultaneously operating a division called ‘Kingsman’, that receives its workload from USPA’s call center. When a woman or child is reported missing or being abused, it is Kingsman who are assigned to assist, and usually for free.

In 2021, Kingsman were busy performing investigations for missing children. As a matter of fact, Kingsman assisted in locating children all over the United States. Most notably, Kingsman operators and kidnap recovery agents participated, assisted or singlehandedly rescued several teens, mostly girls between the ages of 12 and 16 from dangerous situations, including human trafficking, forced labor and abduction.

Operations also included witness protection and relocation of victims of violent crimes. Kingsman secured and relocated families across state lines and helped to create new identities for otherwise hopeless victims who were being stalked by, among other people, contract killers and wanted murderers.

Funding for Kingsman, like it has been for 17 years, was facilitated by philanthropists, and concerned citizens. USPA’s former CEO, who retired in late 2021, recorded $350,000 in donations of his own salary to Kingsman in 2021, followed by some generous donors who wished to remain anonymous.

Kingsman also hosted their first speaking series in South Florida in early October. With a room packed, wall-to-wall with guests, members of Kingsman’s board or directors and consultants educated the public about the dangers present in their own neighborhoods, warning signs and measures to mitigate the possibility of human trafficking, domestic violence and teen runaways. Kingsman were joined by Haley Robson from the widely covered, Jeffrey Epstein documentary, ‘Filthy Rich.’

In an interview given by Dan Manning when he joined USPA Nationwide Security, he said, “When you do business with USPA, your money is going directly to women and children in need – literally saving a life.”

Kingsman also performed domestic violence escapes, counter surveillance, close protection and provided much needed financial assistance to women all over the world in 2021. The symmetry between Kingsman Philanthropic Corp. (the official name for Kingsman) and USPA Nationwide Security’s board of directors is what empowers Kingsman’s Kidnap Recovery Agents as well as their Security Contractors to continue to rescue women and children.

About USPA Nationwide Security

Formed in 2005, USPA operates in 50 states and in 16 counties. Overseen by its parent company, USPA International, their consulting offices are based in Las Vegas with physical security guard services and fire watch services in 50 states performed by locally licensed franchise offices. USPA is led by Daniel Manning, currently the CEO of USPA Nationwide Security and USPA International.