Amalgamated Security Services Limited Corporate Site - News at Amalgamated Security Services Limited Mon, 21 Jun 2021 06:29:19 -0400 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb (Amalgamated Security Services Limited Corporate Site) Amalgamated Security Ships Second Container of Relief Items to St. Vincent and the Grenadines In 2019 Amalgamated Security commenced operations in St. Vincent and the Grenadines adding to the growing list of Caribbean countries now served by the Company, including Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Grenada, St Lucia, Guyana and Antigua. April 9th 2021 saw a day that will forever be in the memory of this generation of Vincentians who lived through the wrath of the La Soufriere Volcanic eruption. As a member to the St. Vincent business community and a responsible corporate citizen Amalgamated Security responded by sending a first shipping container packed with 35,000 bottles of much needed water to help with the nation’s water crisis after the initial eruptions.

The Volcanic eruptions, an unprecedented pandemic situation, and adverse weather conditions have brought untold hardship to St. Vincent and its population. Government, corporate citizens plus the general public have responded in providing relief and assistance where possible to the residents. Amalgamated Security is playing its part in that assistance by providing basic items that were identified as urgently needed to the people of St. Vincent.

On June 7th 2021 Amalgamated Security in the presence of our Chief Operations Officer – Mr. Curtis Cummings; Group Marketing Manager – Mr. Robert Baur; and Supply Chain Manager – Ms. Giselle Calendar packed a second shipping container destined to St. Vincent filled with supplies much needed by people on the island.

Some of the items shipped included:

  • 600 gallon water tanks
  • Bleach
  • Mops
  • Yard brooms
  • Shovels
  • PVC boots
  • Buckets
  • Raincoats
  • Safety vests
  • Tarpaulins
  • Face masks
  • Safety helmets
  • LED flashlights and headlights
  • Water hoses

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35th (Virtual) Annual General Meeting and Conference Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP) 10th – 13th May, 2021 Amalgamated Security Services is a proud participant of the 35th (Virtual) Annual General Meeting and Conference Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP). This year's theme: “Working during and Looking Beyond COVID-19, the Way forward for Law Enforcement”. The conference will be hosted from 10th – 13th May, 2021.

The opening ceremony took place on May 11th at 8:30am.

Executive Chairman Dr. Michael Aboud (Honorary) presented on May 12th, 2021. See presentation below:


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Congratulations Mr. Errol Alexander Congratulations Mr. Errol Alexander, General Manager of Alternative Security Services (St. Lucia) Limited, was presented with the St. Lucia Medal of Honor (Silver) for his contribution toward National Security, on the occasion of St. Lucia’s 42nd Independence Anniversary.

Management and staff of Alternative Security, as well as its related Amalgamated Security companies in Trinidad and Tobago; Barbados; Grenada; Guyana; Antigua & Barbuda; and St. Vincent & the Grenadines wholeheartedly congratulate Mr. Alexander on this prestigious and well-deserved award.

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Amalgamated Security Services Sponsored Self-Defense Classes – Heights Of Aripo Amalgamated Security Services Limited sponsored a self-defense class on Feb 27th, 2021 which was conducted specifically for the residence of Heights of Aripo. This class became necessary due to the fear of crime that gripped the small community after the spate of criminality that ended up in their area.

The class was conducted by Master Stokey Clarke of ASSL and was held at the St. Jude’s RC School in the Heights of Aripo school auditorium from 3 pm to 5 pm. He showed the participants key areas on the human body that are very vulnerable to attacks and based on this knowledge how they can escape imminent danger. The self-defense class was well attended by villagers who expressed their gratitude to Amalgamated Security Services Ltd. for being there and taking the time to host such a memorable and much desirable undertaking.

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