Posts Tagged ‘Security Officer’

Safe at School

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Security officer David Beckford has monitored the comings and goings of students and faculty at Fordham University in The Bronx since 1992. That’s when the Jesuit University signed a contract with his company, Summit Security. “On a daily basis, I make sure that only the right people enter the school,” Beckford said. “My primary duty [&hellip
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Leader of His Team

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It’s hard to sum up everything that makes Leroy Abramson a talented worker. Abramson, a 67-year-old Harlem native who now lives in Coney Island, has skills that have been cultivated over years of experience. “That’s not just one thing that I can say about why Leroy’s the best,” said David Herbert, the site manager for [&hellip
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The Gatekeeper

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Delphine Parson is a multi-talented woman. She’s been a school aide, traffic officer, family worker and is now a security guard at 1 Centre St., a municipal office building. “She believes in giving back and helping out,” said husband Darnell Parson, who knew her growing up in Brownsville, Brooklyn. “If you want something done, she’s [&hellip
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ON THE FRONT LINES

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With the shifting roles of receptionist, welcome wagon, mailman, bouncer, rescue liaison and watchman, being a security officer requires a healthy ability to multitask. And for nearly a decade, Frank Bellido has been up to the challenge. A security officer at 75 Broad St., Bellido has spent eight years keeping workers safe in the heart [&hellip
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