Access Granted, An Amazon Best-Selling Book is Free For One More Day (04/03/2015)
Kevin Crane’s new book, Access Granted will be available for free download in the Amazon Kindle Store on March 30th.
Access Granted provides the reader with guidelines, tips, and useful information from a retired Special Agent’s first hand experience. This book will give readers an insider look into obtaining their government security clearance fast and efficiently, overcoming background issues, and exploding their career and income in the process.
The information within the book is based on author Kevin Crane’s 21 years of conducting thousands of in-depth investigations for U.S. government security clearances. These investigations include interviewing over 10,000 references and subjects of investigation as well as thousands of financial, criminal, employment, educational, and medical records.
During his career, Kevin has investigated every possible issue that the U.S. government covers and that you, the reader, may encounter during your security clearance process. He is not the average lawyer or company security officer writing a book while never having conducted a single federal investigation in their life. Kevin writes this book based on real world national security clearance investigative and supervisory experience.
Access Granted by Kevin Crane will be free and available for download on Amazon for one more day (04/03/2015) at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00U85AYX0. Access Granted has a 4.9 star rating on Amazon.com. Here’s what some people are saying:
“I didn’t have much idea on security clearances and was curious to know more about it so I bought this book to get good knowledge on security clearances and how it works. I found this book very informative with important details that everyone must know about security clearances. Highly recommended for those who are thinking to get government security clearances. Definitely worth reading.” – Calvin Bausch
“I had no reason to read a book that demystifies how to apply for a security clearance, but this was recommended by a friend who thought I might still find it interesting. I found the book to be very straight-forward about how to get through a process that can be intimidating. This could have been written as a very dry, hard to follow “how-to” guide. Instead, Kevin’s personality and down-to-earth style make it easy to read considering the material it covers.
As a life coach and a travel consultant, I found a couple of bonuses in there for me. As a travel agent, I was recently in a discussion and research on “expunged records” because of inadmissibility of someone with a record to travel into another country that one of our clients wants to visit. As a life coach, I appreciate Kevin’s approach which is somewhat summed up in one of his sentences, “… I can help prepare you with the knowledge I am providing you in this book, but unless you take action to help yourself, none of this is going to help you.” Coaches teach, guide and help someone see more perspectives but it’s the recipient of the coaching who has to take action and responsibility.
I strongly suggest that “Access Granted” be mandatory reading for every high school and college student who is considering a government job or any job that could require a clean background even if it’s not going to require this high of a security clearance. Reading this early enough may help you to avoid some of the pitfalls you’ll later need to clean up! If there already is some “cleaning up” you need to do, this book can guide you on how to get past your history defining your future.
However, the knowledge of what you’ll need and how to complete the steps to gain a security clearance are beneficial for people of any age. Kevin is the big brother, uncle, mentor who is in your corner offering you guidance on this process.”– George C.
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About The Author:
Special Agent Kevin Crane (retired) grew up in a small Catskills Mts. town called Hancock, NY. He attended The Pennsylvania State University where he earned his BA in Pre Law. Kevin spent his first year after graduating college working at Bamberger’s Dept. Store (now Macy’s) in Springfield, PA, as an under-cover security officer while learning to be a junior manager. He then accepted an offer from the I.E. DuPont Company in Wilmington, DE, where he worked for a year in corporate security. In 1985 he began his career as a U.S. Special Agent with the Defense Investigative Service that later became the Defense Security Service and finally the Federal Investigative Service under the Office of Personnel Management.
During his 21 years of service to our country, Kevin conducted thousands of in-depth investigations for U.S. government security clearances. These investigations included interviewing over 10,000 references and subjects of investigation as well as thousands of financial, criminal, employment, educational, and medical records. During his career, Kevin has investigated every possible issue that the U.S. government covers and that you, the reader, may encounter during your security clearance process.
Prior to his retirement in 2006, Kevin had worked eight years as an Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Wrightstown, NJ, Investigative Field Office. He has been a long time member of the Fraternal Order of Police, 1st Federal Lodge, Philadelphia, PA. Kevin has practiced martial arts for 37 years, holds the rank of 3rd Degree Black Belt in the Korean style of Tang Soo Do, is a national certified AAU Taekwondo coach and referee, and is certified as an anti-child abduction instructor. He has taught thousands of students karate over the years to include community service work in 10 free anti-bully clubs he implemented for two local school districts. During his tenure as a federal agent, he also founded and was director of a non-profit agency to help the homebound and aging population by doing daily well-being checks. In addition to his public speaking engagements over the last 25 years, Kevin and his wife Phyllis currently own and operate a large childcare center with over 200 children and a staff of 50.
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