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Amalgamated Security Services Sponsors OLEP Football Challenge Trophy Tournament

Amalgamated Security Services is partaking in the seven (7) A Side Football Challenge Trophy Tournament hosted by the Office of Law Enforcement Policy (OLEP) in the Ministry of National Security. The Company is also sponsoring the challenge trophy for the event and invites all members of staff to support the ASSL Team towards victory. The 'A' Team won its first game 4 nil against Customs & Excise team on July 22nd, 2017. See below for schedule of games.

Come Support Your Team!!!
Wear ASSL Colors and Wave Your Flag

 

The Amalgamated Team comprises of the following officers:

  1. 12836 Sheron Branche East
  2. 12237 Mathew Robinson East
  3. 12238 Nicholas Clarke East
  4. 10205 Tyrone Primus SOD
  5. 8787 Manu John SOD
  6. 8484 Xavier La Guerra SOD
  7. 9113 Lyndon Bruno South Central
  8. 14070 Ophelia Gazette South Central
  9. 11638 Keron Cornwall CIU
  10. 12115 Anthony Pantin CIU
  11. 11923 Ayinde Wiley CIU
  12. 11188 Anton Rahim North 
  13. 9475 Dion Collins South West
  14. 14171 Jessica Alfred South West
  15. 14068 Jodie Ballah South West
  16. 4644 Insp Fergus Balbosa North District

The ‘A Team’ played its second game on July 30th, 2017 against Immigration Division and scored 1-1. The A Team scored first through Tyrone Primus and proceeded into the half with a 1 goal lead however at the end of the day, ASSL shared the points with Immigration.

On August 05th, 2017, the A Team played its third game against TTPS team and suffered its first lost in the tournament. Results for the first round group B standings are:

 Team  Played  Won  Lost  Drew  GF GA   GD Points 
 Immigration Division  3  2  0  1  10  2  +8  7
 ASSL  3  1  1  1  5  2  +3  4
 TTPS  3  1  2  0  1  0  3
 Customs  3  0  3  0  1 12   -11  0

Amalgamated Security Services (Barbados) Attends Training on 'Crimes that Affect the Tourism Industry' Hosted by the U.S. Embassy & American Chamber of Commerce

Members of staff of Amalgamated Security Services (Barbados) Limited attended training conducted by the U.S. Embassy in conjunction with the American Chamber of Commerce on July 11th, 2017 at the Hilton Barbados Resort. The training was focused primarily on ‘Crimes that Affect the Tourism Industry’ and included presentations on:

  1. Identifying Imposters & Fraudulent Documents
  2. Human Trafficking
  3. ATM Skimming and Business Cyber Compromise

In attendance were the U.S. Ambassador to Barbados, Diplomatic Security Special Agents, FBI Assistant Legal Attache, team members and shift leaders at Sandals.

Amalgamated Security Services Sponsors St. Anthony's Tigers Can Cook 2017

As a proud corporate citizen, Amalgamated Security Services Limited (ASSL) continues to work with communities and organizations to improve the lives of persons within the communities served. In this context, ASSL participated in the “St. Anthony’s Tigers Can Cook” event held on Saturday 8th of July 2017 at the St. Anthony’s College Grounds, Westmoorings.

ASSL along with other companies and individuals sponsored a variety of food items and drinks for the event. Through the sale of tickets, the St. Anthony’s Old Boys Alumni was able to make a profit which raised funds to assist the College in various projects associated to the enhancement of the school facilities and the ongoing optimization of educational offers.

At the cookout prizes were given in the following categories:
• Most creatively named dish
• Best presentation
• Best tasting dish
ASSL won in the category of best presentation for our chicken submarine.

The tent was also very interactive thanks to the Amalgamated Security Promotional Girls who served and entertained patrons both young and old. ASSL proudly offered four mouth-watering dishes named after our theme “under the sea”. The dishes were:
• A “Bret” of Fish (Fish in coconut cream sauce on a bed of white jasmine rice)
• Chicken Submarine (Baked chicken in mango sauce with mango and pineapple slices)
• Pork Sea Pearl (Roast Pork in Cinnamon honey sauce on a bed on plantains)
• Drift Wood Lamb (Lamb in Geera Barbeque sauce bed of parsley potato)

Patrons were also entertained by a live DJ and two musical artistes. All and all it was a well spent evening with good company, great family atmosphere and glorious food – all for a good cause.

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