Will Hercus (Accountability)

Will was recognized by YVR representatives for his proactive educational enforcement implemented in advance of new Airside Traffic Directives. He performed document checks and advised employees of the new seatbelt requirements and other changes. As a result of Will’s actions, many employees have been noted as complying with the seat belt legislation prior to it […]

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Vera Bishoff (Accountability)

On January 17, Vera notified the Public Safety Officer that the family washroom has been locked for extended hours. The cleaners had knocked on the door several times but did not unlock the door to check. A male was identified in the washroom who was a previous trespasser. He was escorted off the premises by […]

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Kenneth Williams (Accountability)

Since joining Securiguard this past Summer, Kenneth has routinely made himself available for short notice shifts as well as continuously adjusted his schedule, often with minimal notice, to ensure that services are provided to our customer base. Ken has proven himself to be a tremendous asset to the team and the entire company.

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Tim Connelly (Accountability)

While working at the City of Edmonton Monitoring Centre, Tim was contacted by a Peace Officer dealing with an unruly subject. Through proper prioritizing of information, Tim was able to quickly notify the officer that the individual was known to conceal blades and other weapons. The Peace Officer adjusted his approach accordingly. This prevented injury […]

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Serena Kalyan (Accountability)

On October 1st, a dinghy boat travelling underneath the Lions Gate Bridge broke down and both the father and son on board were forced to dock at the nearby Kinder Morgan terminal without authorization or PPE. Serena immediately responded and was able to coordinate with CBSA officials and teh Site Superintendent in recording all required […]

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Marc Hernandez (Accountability)

On July 26, Marc was patrolling a downtown parkade when he noticed a man sleeping inside a porche. Upon contacting the VPD to report the suspicious vehicle, he was notified that the car had been stolen and he was asked to remain on scene surveilling the person in the car until police arrived. The Vancouver Police Department […]

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Scott Finlayson (Accountability)

Due to a miscommunication about paving work being done at Lynn Valley Mall no traffic controllers were scheduled at the site. Site Supervisor Scott Finlayson stepped up and took on the role of traffic control, which resulted in a very smooth operation. The client was very pleased and stated that Scott “went above and beyond to perform […]

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Kerry Johl (Accountability)

On June 6th, a man at SAP for an early morning meeting suddenly collapsed and hit his head. Kerry rapidly responded, providing C-spine control and relaying important details to dispatched paramedics. The individual was taken to St Paul’s Hospital and was diagnosed with concussion. Kerry’s action were noted by the client who thanked him for […]

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Mark Azurin (Empathy)

On May 1st, while patrolling EasyPark Lot 9, Mark observed a pregnant woman standing outside her SUV who was visibly upset. Upon approaching her, he discovered that she had accidentally locked her 2-year-old son inside. Mark contacted Busters and did a visible inspection of the vehicle, nothing that the AC was on and the vehicle […]

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Harmanjot Bhatia (Empathy)

On the morning of May 9th, Marc and Harmanjot were called in to assist when a male was found to have passed out in the stairwell of a downtown parkade. Upon arriving, the correctly identified that the male was suffering from a drug overdose and promptly contacted emergency services. An ambulance was dispatched to assist. […]

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