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.]]>
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.]]>
As one of the exhibitors ASSL displayed personal GPS units and air horns which were discounted for women. During the interactive session, we focused on self-defense training, active drills, and security awareness programs tailored to women where the use of physical force to counter an immediate threat of violence was thought.]]>
This location was chosen because the Matura Beach turtle nesting site is particularly significant for the endangered leatherback sea turtle who returns to these shores annually to lay their eggs. It is imperative for us as responsible social corporate citizens to care for nature and our wildlife. In addition to caring for the environment, we also made donations to this NGO of over 500 face masks, hand sanitizers, and garbage bags to ensure a clean and safe environment is maintained for the turtles as well as the villagers.]]>
The Chinapoo Village Police youth club located the Morvant/ Lavantille district normal host an annual Christmas party, however due to the restrictions cause by the COVID-19 global pandemic hampers comprising of food stuff were instead distributed to families who are most in need within the district. A total of 24 hampers and 20 bag packs were distributed. This drive began on Friday 11th December and continued well into the festive Christmas season.
Amalgamated Security humbly agreed to assist this organization by offsetting some of the costs associated with putting together these hampers. This partnership with the Police Youth Club was indeed a great one as many families received groceries that they may not have otherwise received.]]>
This programme was recently initiated by the Minister of National Security, the Honourable Stuart R. Young M.P; which was created to improve the quality of life of communities in the East Port of Spain district and to ensure that children in need from these communities are provided with the necessary equipment to access virtual learning.
The “No Child Left Behind” programme through OLEP partnered with the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) Hearts and Minds Programme, to identify students in the East Port of Spain district, from primary to tertiary stage, who are in need of devices to facilitate virtual learning.
Due to the Covid-19 Global Pandemic, this year's Christmas event was not be held at the San Raphael Community Centre. Instead, a core team of volunteers distributed books, toys, and, snack bags to the children in the area. Everything was done in accordance with the Covid-19 protocols such as mask-wearing, social distancing, and continuous sanitization.
Prizes were distributed for coloring, reading, singing and other talents. Moreover, it is a clever approach to boost the love for reading and to further promote and develop literacy in the community. Also included this year were two new prizes; the Nelson Mandela Book Prize and the Dana Seetahal Book Prize. Annually this event caters to over 100 children from San Rafael, Brazil, Las Lomas, Talparo, and La Hoquetta district.]]>
From left to right: Mr. Balkissoon, Mr. Hosein, and Mr. Aberdeen with their facilitator during the PFSO Training.
Mr. Albert Cummings
Success does not lie in the results but in the efforts put into achieving your goals and for this we say ‘well done’!