Each month, Signal 88 Security recognizes up to two heroes who go above and beyond to secure peace of mind for members of their communities. This month, join us in recognizing the heroism of Supervisor Joshua Ohlfest and Officer Aranza Monroy from Signal 88 Security of Arlington Heights, Illinois.
Each month, Signal 88 Security recognizes one to two heroes who went above and beyond to secure peace of mind for members of their communities. This month, join us in recognizing the heroism of Officer Devonte Robinson from Signal 88 Security of St. Petersburg.
Each month, Signal 88 Security recognizes one to two heroes who went above and beyond to secure peace of mind for members of their communities. This month, join us in recognizing the heroism of Officer George Sarrafian from Signal 88 Security of North Charlotte.
On April 12th, Officer Cooley of Signal 88 Security of Mobile, Alabama, became a Hero. While working at Providence Hospital in Mobile, Alabama, Officer Cooley of Signal 88 Security was working the emergency room assignment. An individual was transported to the ER and the EMT’s advised the ER staff that the man was combative and under the influence. Officer Cooley observed the man grab a nurse’s arm and begin to twist it at the point where he needed to take control of the situation.
During a struggle with Officer Cooley, the suspect scratched Officer Cooley on the face. Using techniques gained from his experience with the military, police department and security, Officer Cooley was able to apprehend and detain the suspect. ER supervisors meanwhile spoke with the suspect trying to calm him down as Officer Cooley held him in an effort to prevent him from hurting himself or staff. Eventually, ER staff advised Officer Cooley to release the suspect at which time he did, and the suspect fled the scene, leaving behind his wallet and phone, later used to identify him. Police responded to the scene and wrote a report on the incident and praised Officer Cooley for his actions, and preventing anyone from being injured.
The operations manager for the hospital contacted General Manager, Justin Farmer and advised him that Officer Cooley couldn’t have handled the situation better. We thank him for displaying courage and an outstanding performance while maintaining Signal 88 operational standards.
On the night of April 5th, Officer Danielle Pierce of Signal 88 Security of Champaign, Illinois became a Hero.
On the night of March 4th, the quick-thinking, courage and selflessness of Officer Brandon Bennett of Signal 88 Security of Atlanta prevented what could have been a major tragedy. And for that, he has been named Signal 88 Security's Hero of the Month for March.
While traveling between patrol routes, Officer Bennett came upon a two vehicle accident. As one of the first persons on the scene, Officer Bennett immediately called 911 and checked those involved in the accident for potential injuries. Thankfully, no one was in need of immediate medical assistance, however one of the vehicles involved had flames coming from the engine compartment.
On the night of February 11th, Officer Brian Tejada of Signal 88 Security of York, Pennsylvania became a hero. While covering a patrol route for a fellow officer who fell ill, Officer Tejada came upon a very large party at the apartment complex he was patrolling. Officer Tejada attempted to quiet the party to a reasonable level, and although the cooperation from the party goers wasn't ideal, continued to follow our Signal 88 protocol.
After multiple attempts to quiet the party, Officer Tejada contacted local law enforcement to assist in shutting down the party. Before local law enforcement could arrive on scene, the party attendees began filing out of the apartment, and it was in the main lobby of the complex that Officer Tejada came across young individual who was heavily intoxicated and ill. Officer Tejada spoke with those who were with the young individual to get reassurance that they would be able to take care of him, and get him home safely. However, it was moments later while still patrolling the complex that Officer Tejada came across the same individual in an alley way laying on his side unconscious.