Commissionaires NS awarded police contract
Cindy MacdonaldNews Industry News
Commissionaires Nova Scotia has been selected by the Halifax Regional Municipality to provide a variety of security-related services for the Halifax Regional Police (HRP), including front desk security, summons serving, CPIC transcription and court administration.
The three-year contract began on May 24, 2016 and features an option to renew for two additional years. Commissionaires have deployed a total of 35 permanent personnel to HRP.
“This contract is indicative of the confidence the Halifax Regional Police has in our professional security team, and the high level of our customer service,” said Bruce Belliveau, CEO Commissionaires Nova Scotia. “It was back in 1962 that Commissionaires were first hired to check parking meters in Halifax, and we’ve been working together continuously since 1974. We’re very excited about continuing this successful partnership for years to come.”
“We’re pleased to continue our relationship with Commissionaires Nova Scotia,” said Chief Jean-Michel (JM) Blais, Halifax Regional Police. “Their experience and dedication enhance our ability to provide exceptional service to our community.”
Commissionaires is the largest private sector employer of Canadian Armed Forces and RCMP veterans.
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