ASSL Security Services Jamaica Limited

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ASSL at a Glance

Amalgamated Security Services Limited is the provider of security services throughout Trinidad and Tobago with thirteen (13) operational bases in Trinidad & Tobago. We are headquartered at Parcel No. 517 S-T, Parcel No. 17 P-Q, At Garden Road, Aranguez, Trinidad. In addition, ASSL is the parent company for related companies in various Caribbean countries.

Our Expertise

Since its founding in 1983, Amalgamated Security Services Limited (ASSL) has grown dynamically supplying services and solutions to a variety of markets. Through our diversity, we provide a wide spectrum of services and solutions which include but not limited to: – guarding, secure transportation, investigations, monitoring and response, electronic security and executive services.

Today, Amalgamated Security Services Limited is the provider of security services throughout Trinidad and Tobago with thirteen (13) operational bases in Trinidad & Tobago. We are headquartered at Parcel No. 517 S-T, Parcel No. 17 P-Q, At Garden Road, Aranguez, Trinidad. In addition, ASSL is the parent company for related companies in various Caribbean countries.

In order to meet and anticipate the unique needs of our customers, Amalgamated Security Services Limited structure includes segments called ‘Departments’, ‘Divisions’ and/or ‘Business Units’ as represented below in our insignias. No matter the expectation or need for security Amalgamated Security Services Limited can assist in achieving that peace of mind by providing “Total Protection”.

Chairman
<p>Consistent with our trade name - Amalgamated represents the unification of all things related to security. It also represents the ideology of a very rear alignment of a security organization and the communities we serve. The colour Yellow represent the promise of a positive future with great optimism and a state of happiness for all concerned – stimulating mental processes and creativity while encouraging communication. The Black outline of the K9 highlights power and authority with sophistication and a sense of potential and possibility. The German shepherd depicts our ability to supply a superior well trained large-sized dog. Because of its strength, intelligence and natural abilities in obedience training and attack work its loyal and protective nature make it the ideal working breed K9 to admonish abilities of speed and keen senses of smell whilst presenting majestic beauty.</p>

Chairman

Melvin Aberdeen
<p>"Green and brown were chosen to highlight the militant dimension of the department. Green speaks to the values of balance, harmony, and stability. Whiles brown represent dependability and steadfastness. The briefcase was chosen to depict an agent and the tools symbolizes tools that are used by agents in the performance of their duty. Its represents success, confidentiality and professionalism. Around the shield are the words “Reliable, Efficient, Professional. These words connect the division to the wider ASSL logo and speaks to the professionalism the department brings to add value to the whole."</p>

Melvin Aberdeen

Edgar Aboud
<p>The CIU motto came about with the vision that the CIU is looked upon as an elite group of officers who are expected to rise to the occasion when all else fails. The CIU officers are also expected to have that extra personal touch with clients which will place them a cut above the rest.</p>

Edgar Aboud

"It's not what we do, but how we do it."
<p>"The Intelligent Asset Management and Information System."</p>
<p>"ASSL Savings Lives"</p>
<p>"Alternative Security Services Limited. An Amalgamated Security Services Limited subsidiary based in St. Lucia"</p>
<p>The SSD logo, - an incorporation of the USA secret service star, represents what the division is to be. Each point on the star represents a specialized unit that is to form part of the division as it grows.</p>
Mr. Michael Aboud, Mr. R. Charles, Mr. T. Braithwaite
<p> This logo demonstrates the linking of three services, charged with the responsibility to produce inmates before a court or any place as directed. The Police - TO HOLD is BLUE, Prison - TO KEEP is GREEN, and Amalgamated - TO CARRY is GREY.</p>

Mr. Michael Aboud, Mr. R. Charles, Mr. T. Braithwaite

<p>Rapid Response Emergency Protection</p>
<p>"The concept is to have an ambulance service within the organization to cater for the needs of the community, clients and employees. The slogan is basically self-explanatory given the nature of ambulance services to respond to emergencies and other health care needs, as first responders, where often the situation is a matter of life or death. Quick and effective service in these cases is vital in preserving life.</p>
Chairman
Gregory A. Jack
<p> "The concept of the Sports and Culture’s laurel wreath came from Greek mythology. In ancient Greece wreaths were awarded to victors. Like ancient Rome our intention was for it to symbolize martial victory, crowning a successful commander, of the holistic development of the ASSL employee to eventual victory, of balancing work and play. The wreath is wrapped around the ASSL shield representing the Company’s logo and more so symbolizing service rendered by all the units of the Company – giving of themselves by way of continued volunteer partnership and commitment to sporting programmes and unit service."</p>

Gregory A. Jack

Pamela Hosein
<p>"The logo promotes prompt and adequate delivery of service. Inherent in this logo is the requirement of preparedness, that is to say: The journey must be known and planned in advance to achieve the objective. All vehicles made road worthy prior to request which affords best choice. Staff trained and suitability informed of specific roles/functions. Start up time is with consideration for traffic and likely delays. Each journey is managed by the dispatcher with adequate instructions to the driver for ample monitoring. AVL, Call - in, CUG, Convoy and Escorts, back up and contingencies being essential elements.."</p>

Pamela Hosein

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