iBelieve – Paul Pooni (Respect, Accountability)

On December 5th, our Indigo client held a very important and high profile book signing at their Robson location. Paul arrived early, saw he was needed and voluntarily sprang into action. Paul was engaged with Indigo customers who had been lined up as early as the night before, and answered questions while handing out free […]

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iBelieve – Alexander Balzer (Accountability)

Alexander works at one of Vancouver’s prestigious downtown hotels. During a recent incident regarding some missing electronics, Alexander spent a considerable amount of time reviewing nearby video footage. He went above and beyond in his duties, without complaint, and ultimately was able to help locate the property. Alex’s commitment to excellent service and his keen […]

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Strathcona Business Improvement Association Partnership

Vancouver, BC – Securiguard is proud to announce that it has partnered with the Strathcona Business Improvement Association to ensure community safety, support local green initiatives and deliver enhanced customer service to all Strathcona residents. Securiguard staff will actively engage the local community and provide assistance when requested. “Some of Securiguard’s guiding values are respect, […]

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Securiguard welcomes Windsor Security Team; opens Surrey Office

Vancouver, BC – Securiguard is pleased to announce that it has acquired Surrey-based security provider, Windsor Security Ltd. Windsor Security was founded by Andrew and Carmen Mroz in 1988. Since then it has expanded throughout the Fraser Valley to provide a full scope of security solutions including static guards, mobile patrols and alarm response services. […]

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Paws for a Cause

Securiguard was once again a sponsor and participant in this year’s Stanley Park based Paws for a Cause event, put on the by the SPCA. In addition to participating in the walk, which benefits animals across British Columbia, Securiguard was happy to setup a tent on site and hand out canine stickers and trading cards. […]

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iBelieve – Sajjad Askarzadeh (Accountability)

On August 21, Sajjad was on bike patrol when he identified an individual who matched a suspect description provided by partners from neighbouring sites. Sajjad also identified a black guitar in the suspect’s possession which matched a recent stolen item report. He immediately notified the authorities and the suspect was taken into custody by the […]

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iBelieve – Yuriiy Sirko (Empathy)

On July 19, Yuriiy noticed a Scotiabank employee coming in to work who appeared to be suffering from heat exhaustion. Recognizing the condition, Yuriiy quickly approached the individual and requested an ambulance. His quick thinking and action prevented the situation from worsening and provided immediate care and attention. Both the individual and his family expressed […]

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iBelieve – Manmohan Bhardwaj (Courtesy)

An email was recently received from an EasyPark customer, thanking Manmohan for his approachability, polite manner in giving directions, as well as the subsequent follow-up provided to ensure they arrived at a nearby event on time. Some of the comments provided include:   “I wanted to thank you for having such a wonderful security guard […]

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Rotary Bike a Thon 2013

The Rotary Bike-a-Thon is an annual event which raises money for individuals in BC who are deaf or hard of hearing. It consists of a 120km ride from Brentwood Town Centre in Burnaby to Harrison Hot Springs. Participants can either ride the entire duration or can switch off every 15km – 25km at designated checkpoints. […]

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Securiguard selected as provider for the Richmond Night Market

Vancouver, BC – Securiguard is pleased to announce that it has been selected as the preferred security provider for this year’s Richmond Night Market. Securiguard will provide uniformed security and customer service personnel for this year’s event which opens on May 17. With expanded attractions and a Magical Duck Island theme, this year’s event is […]

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