PGS awards staff at quarterly awards ceremony

Professional Guard Services (PGS) presented cash prizes to select staff members at its Fourth Quarterly Presentation and Annual Awards, held on Saturday at Kirkpatrick’s Garden Room.

PGS staff and awardees display their certificates and awards at its Fourth Quarterly Presentation and Annual Awards on Saturday. PGS CEO Dougal Kirkpatrick is seated third from left.
PGS staff and awardees display their certificates and awards at its Fourth Quarterly Presentation and Annual Awards on Saturday. PGS CEO Dougal Kirkpatrick is seated third from left.

According to a press release from PGS, baton Lieutenant Zarina Hussain, Armed Sergeant Maylene Leitch, Bank and Factory Shift Commander Lieutenant Alvin Edmonds, Lieutenant Ronald Headley, Inspector Malessa Quimby and Driver George Clarke each received a quarterly prize of $10,000.

Baton Lieutenant Esma George,  Armed Lieutenant Assad Mohammed, Bank and Factory Shift Commander Oswald Lashley, Lieutenant Clyde Jordon, Inspector Albert Barker, Driver Roger Gautier and Radio Operator Glyniss Frazer  each received  yearly cash prizes valued $20,000.

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