How long are the children of presidents protected by the secret service?
As long as they are the Presidents, they are protected by the Secret Service. The secret service is entrusted with the responsibility of protecting the United States president at all times.
Children of former presidents get Secret Service protection until age 16.
Presidents are protected by the Secret Service .
Until they move out.And it depends on who has Secret Service.
United States Secret Service Protection remains a key mission of the United States Secret Service. Children of former presidents until age 16; Visiting heads of foreign states
They are protected for a limited amount of time unless they opt out of it, which is an option.
The current policy is to protect Presidents while they are running for office, while they are in office, and after they leave office. The are perpetually protected.
Until they die or refuse it. Also, their spouse is protected.
Until 1997, all former Presidents, and their families, were protected by the Secret Service until the President's death. all subsequent Presidents were protected for a maximum of ten years after leaving office. Following the increase in terrorism and threats to the President since 1997, lifetime protection is being reconsidered.
Most likely, the president's children are transported to and from school by the Secret Service, whose duty it is to make sure presidential children are protected at all times.
He is indeed protected by a security service, but it si called the secret service, not so secret anymore, a branch of the Treasury department.
Presidents after clinton get secret service protection for up to ten years after they leave office. Presidents before that who had secret service protection got it for life. Clinton was the last president to get protection for life.
Barack Obama has never gotten shot, and whether you like him or not, I would hope he never does get shot. All presidents receive threats, but at this point, the Secret Service has done a fine job of protecting him, as they protected other presidents.
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Secret service agents are trained to take a bullet for the President if necessary.
pres fords daughter married her fathers secret service agent.
I don't believe the Secret Service protect former-Presidents. However I am aware of private firms being hired by their home-state to provide protection.
No, the Secretary of State is protected by the Diplomatic Security Service. It is the federal law enforcement arm of the United States Department of State. The DS protects the Secretary of State and any foreign dignatiries below the head of state level (including, for example, the British royal family members that are not the queen). The only exception to this is Hillary Rodham Clinton, the former Secretary of State. She was protected by the… Read More
"The Beast" or "Cadillac One".
He created the Secret service
Code words of the Secret Service are ambiguous words, many of which are used to refer to U.S. presidents. They are not known to the general public.
No. Congress has its own special security force.
130,000- 200,000 depending on rank
President Clinton is the last president to have lifetime protection from the secret service. Every president after him will only have secret service protection to 10 years. In 2013, President Obama signed legislation restoring Lifetime Secret Service protection to former Presidents.
The speaker is protected by the Capitol Police not the Secret Service.
Realy good by like hundreds of secret service men!
At least one, yes.
First, President Obama is not the only president who has had secret service protection-- since 1901, when President McKinley was assassinated, it was decided that presidents needed to be protected from potential threats. Other countries too have a secret service, although it may not be called by the same name as the one in America; but the majority of industrialized nations have some sort of agency to protect its leaders. In Greece, it is called… Read More
Six months after leaving office.
No. as of 1997, 10 years is standard. Prior to 1997, presidents did receive secret service protection for life unless they chose to opt out of it after leaving office.
I am not sure I understand your question. The secret service is a constant presence in the life of any president. Whenever the president is out in public, he is always protected by the secret service. The inauguration on January 21, 2013 was conducted outside, and members of the secret service provided their customary protection for President Obama and his family.
It was called the Black Hand and was protected by the Serbian secret service.
Former Presidents get a pension, an allowance for an office, and Secret Service protection for life.
presidents never drive cars. the reason is, is because they need a lot of protection by the secret service people.... also they may get killed if they drive a car.
How many secret service personnel are assigned to ex-presidents of usa. HOW MUCH MONEY DO WE PAY usa EX-PRESIDENTS?
They get 2 trillion a month and get assigned 100 secret secvice people each. They also get their kids to go to president schools like Adams family did and bush.
Yes, all ex-Presidents receive Secret Service protection.
They Recieve a Retirement package as well as Secret service Agents at there disposal.
The people who protect the U.S. President, Vice President and their families are called the Secret Service.
If the president was elected before January 1, 1997, the will receive secret service protection for their lifetime. However, if they were/are elected after 1/1/97, they will receive secret service protection for 10 years after they leave office. President Bill Clinton is the last president to have lifetime protection.
The presidents secret base is in U.S.A the 'pentagon'.
All of them. All former presidents and their direct family members get Secret Service protection. A few choose not to take it but all are entitled.
George W. Bush currently has U.S. Secret Service protection and will until 2018. Ex-presidents currently receive the protection for 10 years after their tenure as President. That law went into effect in 1997, making Bill Clinton the last president that will receive Secret Service protection for life. President Obama repealed this law by signing HR. 6620, the "Former Presidents Protection Act of 2012". This repeal restored Secret Service protection for life and gives protection to… Read More
The Obama children did not go to Mexico. Only one child-- Malia-- was in Oaxaca, Mexico with her class. It was a school trip, one that her private school had been organizing for years, according to published reports; it involved some sightseeing, but it was also a service project, with students volunteering at an orphanage. And as with most school trips, parents are expected to pay the travel expenses. Of course, since Malia Obama is… Read More
No, he does not. in fact, he depends on the Secret Service to keep him safe, and he has confidence in them. (All presidents, and the presidential nominees of the opposing party, rely on the Secret Service for protection; thus, it has a very important function.) Undoubtedly, there are times when politicians and their families wish they did not have the Secret Service following everywhere they go, but they do understand the need for security… Read More
As in, What is the First Priority for the Current President, Or just Presidents in General??? But, I suppose it would be to familiarise themselves with the Secret Service???
The members of the secret service live in the White House. The Vice president lives in the White House. The presidents body guards. The presidents cabin members. The presidents house keepers. (I'm pretty sure that's all)
Radiance and Rosebud per the secret service.
Yes, if he (or, hypothetically, she) wants it. For a period of about 15 years, this protection was limited to 10 years after the former president left office, but in 2013 lifetime protection was reinstated. Former presidents are not required to accept secret service protection.