Bond Air Guardian
The fastest, safest, least intrusive, most economical first responder companion in the world
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Former Director, U.S. Secret Service
"I am happy to be part of Bond’s mission, to enhance personal security and peace-of-mind to all. Bond’s unique combination of human and technological excellence extends the frontier of personal security beyond what has been available to the mass market thus far in terms of affordability, effectiveness, and without compromising privacy."Read full bio
"I am happy to be part of Bond’s mission, to enhance personal security and peace-of-mind to all. Bond’s unique combination of human and technological excellence extends the frontier of personal security beyond what has been available to the mass market thus far in terms of affordability, effectiveness, and without compromising privacy."
Mark Sullivan was the 22nd Director of the U.S. Secret Service, serving in this role from 2006 to 2013. He began his impressive 30-year career in the Secret Service as a Special Agent, starting in the Detroit Field Office. He was subsequently assigned to the Secret Service Fraud Division and was assigned to the Presidential Protective Division in 1991.
Between 2000 and 2006, he held a number of executive positions on the Presidential Protective Division, the Vice-Presidential Protective Division, Assistant Director, Office of Protective Operations, Deputy Director, and in 2006, Sullivan was appointed by President Bush to the position of Director and served in the role until his retirement in 2013.
In the private sector, Mr. Sullivan works with clients on a variety of domestic and international issues regarding cybersecurity, financial investigations, business due diligence, and major event security planning and execution. He provides consulting expertise in the areas of developing and evaluating corporate and private sector security programs, thought leadership, crisis management, continuity of business, workplace and school violence prevention, threat and risk management, security training, and executive protection.
Mark has a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Saint Anselm College.
Former Deputy Director, FBI and Former Administrator, TSA, and President, Anderson University (IN)
"With my 31 years experience in national security/law enforcement and transportation security at the FBI and TSA, and now six years as a university president, I see a growing and compelling need for the comprehensive services Bond offers, all available through a simple to use App. Personal safety provided through a suite of personalized services..."Read full bio
"With my 31 years experience in national security/law enforcement and transportation security at the FBI and TSA, and now six years as a university president, I see a growing and compelling need for the comprehensive services Bond offers, all available through a simple to use App. Personal safety provided through a suite of personalized services is the next generation in risk mitigation, enabling companies, agencies, schools and individuals to protect their most valuable assets, themselves and their people. I look forward to working with the talented leadership team at Bond, along with my fellow advisors, representing tremendous experience in both the public and private sectors."
John S. Pistole, former FBI Deputy Director and Executive Assistant Director for national security, and former Administrator of the Transportation Security and Administration, became President of Anderson University (Anderson, Ind.) on March 1, 2015, the fifth person in the 100-year history of the University to serve as president.
In 1983, Pistole began his 26-year career with the FBI. After the attacks of September 11, 2001, Pistole was placed in charge of the FBI’s counterterrorism (CT) program, eventually becoming the FBI’s Executive Assistant Director for national security (CT and Counterintelligence). In 2004, Pistole was named Deputy Director for the FBI and served for nearly six years, working closely with Director Robert Mueller. In March 2006, Pistole was awarded the Presidential Rank of Distinguished Executive. In 2007, Pistole received the Department of Justice Edward H. Levi Award for Outstanding Professionalism and Exemplary Integrity. In 2010, he was awarded the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal by the Office of Director of National Intelligence (ODNI).
Also in 2010, President Obama nominated and the U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed Pistole to be the Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). In his role as Administrator of the TSA, Pistole led a 60,000-strong workforce and the security operations of more than 450 airports throughout the United States, while engaging international partners extensively. He served as Administrator for 4 ½ years and remains the longest-serving Administrator.
Pistole earned his bachelor’s degree, cum laude from Anderson University in 1978. He went on to earn a juris doctorate (J.D.) from the Robert H. McKinney School of Law at Indiana University before going into practice for two years. In 2006, Anderson University honored Pistole with an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree. In 2009, he received the Distinguished Alumni Award from the Robert H. McKinney School of Law at Indiana University.
He has served on the ODNI Senior Advisory Group and the Aspen Institute Homeland Security Group, now known as the Homeland Security Experts Group. He is a member of the Board of Visitors for the National Intelligence University. He also serves as an Advisor for companies primarily dealing with national security and/or transportation matters. Locally, he serves on the Boards of the Madison County Foundation and Ascension St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital.
Former NYPD Commissioner
"I am happy to be part of the Bond mission. Bond offers a unique and valuable service, enhancing peace-of-mind and personal security for individuals and families..."Read full bio
"I am happy to be part of the Bond mission. Bond offers a unique and valuable service, enhancing peace-of-mind and personal security for individuals and families. In particular, I see great value in Bond’s 24/7 Personal Security Agents and the novel array of preventative services for situations that do not initially reach the severity of a 911 emergency call. This includes monitoring members and being by their side. Bond has taken a professional approach to designing its services, combining security expertise, technological innovation and exceptional performance."
Raymond Kelly, Chief Executive Officer of The Guardian Group, has spent decades both in public service and in the private sector. After joining the New York Police Department, he served a tour of duty in Vietnam in the U.S. Marine Corps. Upon returning to the NYPD, he rose through the ranks of the department, eventually becoming the longest serving Commissioner in its history, in addition to being appointed separately by two mayors.
During his tenure with the NYPD, Commissioner Kelly pioneered a number of impressive initiatives: starting the first-ever municipal-level counterterrorism unit, building a departmental Intelligence Unit that had global reach and collaboration, and more. Among other distinctions, he received the Légion d’honneur in 2006 from future French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
Outside his work with the NYPD, Commissioner Kelly has also served as Director of the International Police Monitors of the Multinational Force in Haiti, Commissioner of the U.S. Customs Service, Undersecretary of Enforcement at the U.S. Treasury Department, on the Executive Committee of Interpol. Additionally, he worked as Senior Managing Director for Corporate Security at Bear Stearns, President of Risk Management Services at Cushman & Wakefield, and Vice Chairman at K2.
Commissioner Kelly earned a Bachelor from Manhattan College, a Juris Doctorate from St. John’s University, a Master of Laws degree from New York University School of Law, and a Master of Public Administration from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.
Former Chief of Police, Seattle and Former Police Commissioner, Boston
"I am happy to join Bond as an Advisor. Bond services are unique, high quality, and address a real market need. Bond offers a layer of personal security and peace-of-mind services that combines innovative technologies and a human touch. These services complement 911 emergency services."Read full bio
"I am happy to join Bond as an Advisor. Bond services are unique, high quality, and address a real market need. Bond offers a layer of personal security and peace-of-mind services that combines innovative technologies and a human touch. These services complement 911 emergency services."
Kathleen O'Toole is the founder and president of O’Toole Associates LLC, an international consulting firm based in Boston, Massachusetts and established in 1999 and partner at International Policing Solutions. Prior to this, she has held several executive positions in the public and private sectors, including serving as Boston Police Commissioner and Seattle Chief of Police, Chief of the Metropolitan District Commission Police in Boston, Lieutenant Colonel overseeing Special Operations in the Massachusetts State Police, and Massachusetts Secretary of Public Safety.
Ms. O’Toole’s career has spanned both the United States and abroad, including her appointment as Chief Inspector of the Garda Síochána, the Irish national police service. She was a member of the Independent Commission on Policing during the Northern Ireland Peace Process and recently chaired the Commission on the Future of Policing in the Republic of Ireland. Kathleen has served on several other review and reform panels.
O'Toole has a Bachelor of Arts from Boston College and a Juris Doctor from New England Law Boston, and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Business from Trinity College in Dublin.
Alpha and Delta are ready to go 24/7. Should you contact Bond because you feel at risk but it is not yet an emergency, our intention would be to deploy a drone to hover somewhere way above you without disturbing the public and keep an eye on you. And then, if the situation escalates, we will intervene and the drone can activate the megaphone or spotlight in order to discourage an assailant.
Privacy-Preserving: Bond is committed to your privacy. Like first responders, Bond is solely focused on the mission of helping humans at risk. Bond Air Guardian is not a surveillance or patrol service.
Effective and Proven: handled > 50,000 cases, including life saving situations; and endorsed by former heads of US Secret Service, FBI and Police.
Affordable, scalable and entails virtually zero setup costs and time.
Bond combines innovation, cutting edge technologies, and human operational excellence.
Bond is the most potent and comprehensive safety and security service in the world for individuals, employees, students and families.
Find out how Bond can support your community and first responders with the fastest, safest, and least intrusive and most economical first responder companion.
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Leverage the Bond Air Guardian program in addition to the Bond Personal Security platform to extend the duty of care to employees on the go (commuters, lone workers, work-from-home employees, and travelers).
Bond’s mission is to enhance personal security, safety and peace of mind for all. Find out how the Bond Personal Security platform and Air Guardian can enhance the safety of you and your loved ones.