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1997 - 1998

Michael Aboud wins the Entrepreneur of the Year Award 1997 for Services, Retail and Distribution.

Amalgamated Security Services Honour Guards Marches at the Downtown Owners Merchants Association (D.O.M.A) Christmas Parade in Port-of-Spain Trinidad.


 Amalgamated Security Services Signs 1st Employee Assistance Program

In 1997, Michael Aboud signed an agreement with Dr. Elder to provide services for its Employee Assistance Program established to resolve and assist employee's grievances. 








Amalgamated Security Services Acquisition of Assets

Michael Aboud in his passion to the build an empire, procured buildings located at Barataria # 197 and 42 Prince of Wales Street, San Fernando on 29th January & 16th April , 1997 respectively. At the Prince of Wales building, Michael Aboud applied for a licence to run a private prison.








Amalgamated Security Services (Antigua) Limited Established

He also established the Antigua Limited (Amalgamated Security Services Limited) on 24th September 1997.









Amalgamated Security Services Antigua Prison Operations

A revolutionary concept in the security industry, the Antigua Government gave ASSL the opportunity to control and operate the Antigua Prison (December 1997 to 21st August 2001).


Archangel Ambulance Established

In 1998, Michael Aboud founded the Archangel Ambulance Business Unit. He appointed Mr. Andrew Hackshaw as the 1st Ambulance Manager. 








Amalgamated Security Services Marine Patrol Unit Seizes the 1st Ship

In 1998 Amalgamated Security Marine Patrol Unit seized the 1st Ship on the waters off the coast of Trinidad.






Amalgamated Security Services 'Antigua Team' Features a Career Guidance Exhibition

In the latter year of 1998, the ‘Antigua Team’ featured a Career Guidance exhibition in the Antigua Recreational Ground of arts & crafts made by inmates in the prison. In the picture are Prison Officers who were attached to the Antigua mission.








Corporate Events:

Annual Awards Ceremony 1997













Annual Awards Ceremony 1998


At the awards function, Chairman Michael Aboud honored overall winners of annual awards and persons who contributed to the success in last year's retail sales and services category in the Entrepreneur of the Year competition.

Awardees were as follows:

  • Deputy General Manager, Pamela Hosein: Chairman's Award
  • Internal Auditor Ruthven Charles : Entrepreneurial Excellence award
  • Chief Security Officer, Curtis Cummings: Chairman's Award
  • Sgt. Sean Chevalier of the 911 Response Unit : Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • Theophilus Thomas: Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • Junior Hannibal: Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • Estate Constable Anthony Joseph of the 911 Response Unit: Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • East Divisional Manager, Cherril Samuel
  • Terry-Ann Edwards : Best Secretary
  • Wendy Jones: Best Duty Officer
  • Marketing Assistant, Desiree Raybourne-Smith: Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • Inspector Ricardo Laborde: Chairman's Award
  • Sgt. Allan Cummings: Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • Sgt. Anthony Ottley of the 911 Response Unit: Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • Cheryl Charles of Accounts Department: Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • Radica Seemungal of Accounts Department: Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • Inspector Emmanual Forde: Most Outstanding Drill Inspector
  • Sgt. Harvey Rogers: Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • Michael De Leon, North Divisional Manager : Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • Randolph Charles, PTD: Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • Michael Gomez: Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • Azard Ali, Alarms & Electronics: Entrepreneurial Excellence Award
  • Bertie Francois: Most Outstanding Firearm Officer
  • Inspector Evan Thomas
  • Anrre Thomas: Most Improved Baton Officer
  • Sherlock Brathwaite: Most Outstanding Firearm Officer
  • Steve Lucio: Most Improved Male Baton Officer
  • Rufus Alleyne: Most Outstanding Instructor 

Training & Development

In 1997, staff partook in range practice shooting.



Sports & Cultural Club

The Sports & Cultural Club of Amalgamated kept its first Beach Lime at Maracas Beach in 1998 which brought staff members together for a time of relaxation and unity. 









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