Amalgamated Security Services Limited Corporate Site - News at Amalgamated Security Services Limited Sat, 16 Jan 2021 08:07:01 -0400 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb (Amalgamated Security Services Limited Corporate Site) Congratulations to Successful Employees in Achieving Port Facility Security Officer and Certified Protection Professional Certifications The Executive, Management, and Staff at ASSL would like to congratulate the following members of staff on the successful completion of their respective programs:

  • Mr. Albert Cummings – Certified Protection Professional (CPP)
  • Mr. Ace Hosein – Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO)
  • Mr. Ganase Balkissoon – Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO)
  • Mr. Melvin Aberdeen – Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO)


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’!

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Amalgamated Security Services Limited, Anthony Joseph Foundation Awards Forty-Eight SEA Grants ASSL is proud to announce the recipients of the Anthony Joseph Foundation Grant. This year 2020 has proven to be unprecedented and riddled with challenges, however, our support to our children has not dwindled or wavered.

The Anthony Joseph Foundation was launched in 2016 by Amalgamated Security Services Limited in memory of the late Cpl. Anthony Joseph died in December 2015 in the line of duty. Anthony Joseph served the company for over 30 years with exemplary loyalty and dedication.

From inception to present the Anthony Joseph Foundation has been committed to supporting the sons and daughters of ASSL as they journey into Secondary School by annually distributing grants in the amount of $500.00 to each successful student of the Secondary Entrance Assessment for that year. This year there were forty-seven recipients. 

Therefore it is with utmost pride that we recognize them below:  

Emp # Employee Name Child's Name Division
9848 Alleyne Paul Soriya Alleyne Admin - ESIS
1612 Bacchus Vernon Whitney Bacchus Firearms & Courier
11689 Baur Robert Annabella Lee Baur Admin - Marketing
6085 Beckles Kiesia Rohan Riley Tobago   
8934 Brewster Judy  Akinde Carew South   
7900 Burris Volma Kwame Burris North
17046 Charles Laurel Lashawna Charles East Central
10738 Clement Cheryl Ann Afaisha Forbes Admin - Support Services
4871 Daniel Darcelle Faith Anthony North West     
12154 De Freitas Abigail Makelah De Freitas East
8331 Francis-Fryer Sherry Matthew Goolcharan Central
16917 Gervais Leslie-Ann Tyrell Gervais East Central
5832 Graham Ramona Shaquille Mc Hardy East
10157 Graham Janicke Keniece Charles Tobago   
5025 Hamel-Smith Stephen  Caitlin Hamel-Smith Admin - ICT
16923 Holder-McBurnie Ayanna Naomi Duncan South Central     
15252 Jack Kirlon Kirlicia Jack North   
10933 Jeffers Tito  Jasmine Baptiste Firearms & Courier
15254 Jessop Christopher Kanye Jessop North East     
15254 Jessop Christopher Malikk Jessop North East     
14902 Joefield Annette Vernon Flemming South Central     
7187 Johnson-Nelson Rebecca Jemyah Nelson South   
16856 Joseph Samantha Celiese Joseph South   
671 Kennedy James Mauricia Thompson Firearms & Courier
7559 Lewis Keisha Keishon Redhead South West  
17093 Mc Conney Kaiesha Kareem Mc Conney Tobago   
9348 Melville Curtis  Na'ila Melville South Central     
9691 Mohammed-Jack Alisha Aleah Sookoo Admin - HR Training
2940 Nedd-Alexander Lucille  Jahlon Alexander East
12474 Perry Kimberly Ciara Paul North   
10234 Phillips Wendy Jaeyon Manswell Tobago   
15310 Pierre Bianca Malizha Pierre Central
9225 Ramraj Basdeo Gabriella Ramraj Firearms & Courier
13743 Reyes Angela Nicholas Sobers East Central
1839 Rivers David Dafina Rivers Firearms & Courier
6497 Roberts Lesley Ann Shaday Charles South   
15339 Rogers Melissa Josiah Rogers East 
16670 Sammy Kernisha Khymani Sammy Admin - CCC
11575 Scepture Afesha Onella Hepburn South East  
2527 Scotland Leslie Joshua Scotland Firearms & Courier
13492 St. Clair Cassandra Shamika John South East  
14680 St. Louis-Douglas Merlyn Kerdell Douglas CIU
13665 Thomas Kareem Jareem Thomas North West     
10161 Thomas Akeisha Diyonte Thomas Tobago   
15913 Timothy Kishe Kaedon Timothy Admin - Finance
10144 Turner Kelly Kylie Thomas Tobago   
13424 Wears-Inniss Natasha Kess Inniss East

  ASSL stands committed to our children, we are proud to give back to our employees and by extension our communities in an effort to promote our children’s positive achievements. 

Congratulations to all our children.
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2020 Public Trust, Confidence and Satisfaction Survey

The Police Service Commission will once again conduct its annual Public Trust, Confidence, and Satisfaction Survey of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service from Wednesday, 14 October to Wednesday, 4 November 2020. The survey is an important component in achieving the Commission’s constitutional mandate of monitoring the efficiency and effectiveness of the discharge of the functions of the Commissioner of Police and Deputy Commissioners of Police and can be found via the following web link:

It should take about six (6) minutes to complete this survey and all responses are private and confidential. No unauthorized persons, including any member of the Trinidad & Tobago Police Service, will know your individual response.
You may share this survey by electronic mail, social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), or WhatsApp to your stakeholders.

Your support of this initiative will make a difference!

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Amalgamated Security Services Sponsors the Bicycle Patrol Team of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force Amalgamated Security Services Limited sponsored the Bicycle Patrol Team of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force. Uniform apparel [i.e. pants and shoes] were sponsored by Amalgamated Security Services Limited.

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Alternative Security Services Opens Vieux Fort Sub Office
  • Project Objectives:
    • To provide optimal operational support to customers in the south of the island
    • To further improve reaction time to any customer requests
    • To provide a visible presence of the company in the south of the island
    • To be used as a recruiting and training facility
  • Operationalization Date: 30th March 2020
  • Location: Cedars Hights, Vieux Fort
  • Contact Information:
    1. Telephone number – 17585729171
    2. Email address -
  • Person in-charge: Senior Operations Coordinator Elcana Hunte – Cell number 17584853669 Email Address –
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    Amalgamated Security Continues To Respond With Yet Another Initiative By Donating Appliances To The Ministry Of Health’s Covid-19 Step-Down Facilities Under its “Amalgamated Security Saving Lives” program, ASSL donated much-needed appliances to the Ministry of Health on Saturday, 18th of April 2020, supporting the Ministry’s National Response efforts to the Global Covid-19 Pandemic. The appliances are destined for two Step-Down Quarantine Facilities, the National Racquet Sports Centre in Tacarigua, and the Brooklyn Facility in Sangre Grande.

    Mrs. Patti-Ann Williams, Chief Technical Coordinator – Disaster Preparedness, Ministry of Health, thanked Amalgamated Security’s representatives for the company’s donation, saying it will greatly contribute to setting up the National Racquet Sports Centre as a comfortable facility for Covid-19 Step-Down Patients. Dr. Allana Best, County Medical Officer of Health, St. Andrew / St. David, also emphasized how much these appliances will assist in further improving the comfort level of the patients at the already operational Brooklyn Step-Down Facility.

    As an essential service provider and responsible corporate citizen, Amalgamated Security wholeheartedly embraced this opportunity to support the Ministry of Health in the common fight against this pandemic. This latest donation complements a number of initiatives by ASSL, including its cloth mask drive that saw the company producing and distributing 30,000+ free cloth face masks to its employees, their families and the community at large; its recent donation of 51 sewing machines to NGOs and organizations throughout Trinidad and Tobago to support their efforts in producing more masks; as well as various donations of hand sanitizers.

    ASSL’s current donation to the Ministry of Health included:

    • Refrigerators (26 and 18 cubic feet)
    • Dryers (front load, 22lb or larger)
    • Washers (top load, 22lb or larger)
    • Stoves (30” range dual or gas)
    • Televisions (43-inch smart TVs)
    • Microwaves (1.0 cubic feet)
    • Kettles (electric)

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    COVID-19 (Coronavirus) What You Need To Know: Keeping the Workplace Safe Coronavirus Resources

    Cases of coronavirus, or COVID-19, have surpassed 117,000 worldwide, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, with more than 800 cases in the United States. The National Safety Council is committed to sharing relevant resources to help keep our members, our instructors and the public informed about this rapidly developing situation. This page will be updated as new information becomes available. [ref. National Safety Council Page]

    To keep abreast of updates and guidelines for preparing workplaces for COVID-19, kindly click the link:

    National Safety Council Coronavirus Resource Page

    Additionally, view the special webinar on - Coronavirus: What You Need to Know below:

    Resource Links:
    1. Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19
    2. Infographic from CDC
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    Amalgamated Security Services Prepares Staff for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Epidemic Amalgamated Security Services proactively took steps to prepare members of its staff for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The organization engaged GMRTT to conduct a free informational session on the steps that should be taken to prepare and respond to the epidemic (COVID-19) over a three (3) day period (March 02nd to 04th, 2020).

    Members were enlightened on the facts on how to prevent, minimize or control the transmission of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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