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Sunday, September 16, 2018

Another life saved by security personnel

September 13, 2018 (Anne Arundel County, MD)

Centennial Protection Group (CPG) officer's decisive action and observation skills, while reporting to work, helps save the life of an apparent overdose victim.

At approximately 1:30 pm, Thursday afternoon, Officer Cheria Tyler was driving to her assignment at a non-disclosed shopping area in the area of Route 100 and Route 97, when she obserevd an adult male sitting in an unusal area at the shopping  location. Officer Tyler immediately made contact with the subject who was unable to communicate. While trying to communicate with him the victim fell over on his side and became unresponsive. Officer Tyler immediately called for EMS response and continued to render assistance until EMS arrived.

Upon arrival, EMS personnel administered Narcan to counteract the effects of the drug.

Officer Tyler stated "I was just doing my job" when congratulated for a job well done.

This is the 4th documented life being saved as a result of the efforts of CPG personnel during the last year.

Centennial Protection Group provides security, protection and investigative services in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC and globally through its partners.


Sunday, April 22, 2018

Officer Saves Life

April 18, 2018 (Anne Arundel County, MD)

Centennial Protection Group (CPG) officer's patrol and observation skills lead to the discovery and saving of an apparent overdose victim.

At approximately 8:54 pm, Wednesday evening, Lieutenant Anthony Tyler was walking patrol at a non-disclosed shopping area along Ritchie Highway, when he obserevd an adult male, approximately 55 years of age, suddenly fall to the roadway. Lt. Tyler approached the victim to render aid but discovered the unidentified male was non-responsive. EMS was called for assistance. During the wait for the arrival of EMS, Lt Tyler continued to render assitance to the victim.

Anne Arundel County Medic Unit #31, Engine #311 and Anne Arundel County police arrived a short time later and took over. An unidentified paramedic stated Lt. Tyler "just saved this man's life with his quick response."

The victim was administered Narcan and was transported to a local hospital for further treatment.

CPG President David Hopp stated, "in our line of work staff do not often realize the results of their efforts due to the fact their role and top priority is prevention. Our staff can not see what they prevent because it never happened. When incidents like this occur, it is gratifying to know our team is doing their jobs and making a difference in someone's life."

This is the 3rd documented life being saved as a result of the efforts of CPG personnel in the last 8 months.

Centennial Protection Group provides security, protection and investigative services in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC and globally through its partners.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Vĺctim saved from car in flames

April 16, 2018 (Prince George's County, Mayland)

Centennial Protection Group, Executive Protection Facilitator (EPF), saves accident victim from car as it bursts into flames. On April 2018 at 4:50 pm, EPF Christopher Quirk was traveling northbound from Washington DC into Maryland on I-295 when he observed vehicles traveling in front of him come to an abrupt stop and an ambulance blocking the roadway. Quirk observed a 3 vehicle crash with one of the vehicles, a silver Chrysler engulfed in heavy smoke. Quirk quickly walked to the area to see if he could be of help. As he approached, the vehicle burst into flames and an EMT screamed there was a victim still in the vehicle as they could not free him. Immediately, and without concern for his own safety, EPF Quirk instructed the EMTs to get a fire extinguisher and he would work on freeing the victim. Quirk used his knife and quickly cut the driver free and pulled him from underneath the dash. Quirk pulled the victim, who was in shock, 50 yards to safety. Shortly after several police units arrived on the scene. The quick and decisive actions of EPF Quirk certainly helped save the life of the victim. 

Centennial Protection Group provides protection, security, and investigative services throughout the Maryland, Washington DC and Virginia regions and globally through their partners.

Friday, February 2, 2018

Security Officer Saves Life

February 2, 2018 (Timonium, Maryland)

CPG Officer conducts chest compressions and saves life of drug overdose victim.

At approximately 2:10 a.m., Officer Mary Hopp responded to a hotel room regarding a 911 hangup. Upon arrival to the room, Officer Hopp realized the female victim was unresponsive. As a result, she began chest compressions.

She continued compressions until paramedics arrived and took over at approximately 2:30 a.m. Paramedics administered Narcam and the victim began making gasping sounds.

The victim was later transported to a local hospital where her condition was unknown.

It was learned that the victim was possibly using both cocaine and herion.


Sunday, December 3, 2017

Close Protection Conference Las Vegas

December  3, 2017 (Las Vegas, Nevada)

Centennial Protection Group personnel attend the 2017, 5 day Close Protection Conference in Las Vegas, hosted by the International Protective Security Board.

Over 300 protection professionals came together from around the world with one thought in mind, lets learn from eachother to provide the most effective and safe services to our clients possible.

From the shooting challenge on day 1 to the presentations on day 5,  well over 300 practitioners, the largest gathering to date, came together and shared best practices and learned from eachother. 

Together, this network of professionals has developed a well established conduit to provide protective and security services and support around the globe.

For more information please contact a member of our team at 443-424-8274.


Thursday, September 21, 2017

Centennial Protection Group Officer Saves a Life

September 20, 2017- (Glen Burnie, MD.)

Centennial Protection Group officer helps citizen with flat tire and later saves their life.

At approximately 6:30 pm, CPG Officer Mary Hopp was conducting routine patrol in a Glen Burnie shopping center when she stopped to assist a citizen who had a flat tire. The citizen advised they were waiting for assistance.

Later, at approximately 9:35 pm, Officer Hopp  noticed the vehicle was still there. Thinking there may be a problem, she checked on the citizen. She quickly noticed that the driver was slouched in the vehicle with the doors locked and was unconscious not responding to hard knocks on the window.

Officer Hopp immediatley called 911 for medical assistance. The medics arrived and transported the driver to a local hospital. It was later determined that the driver was suffering from an extremely low blood sugar level.

Due to the thorough and swift actions by Officer Mary Hopp, the driver was given proper care and expected to recover.

  Centennial Protection Group provides protection, security and investigative services throughout Maryland and Virginia regions.


Friday, August 18, 2017

National Night Out

August 2, 2017 Essex, MD-

Centennial Protection Group was pleased to co-sponsor and participate again in the National Night Out, an event to bring the community together in a safe environment.

From free giveaways, including school supplies, to games and interaction with Centennial Staff and our friends from the Maryland State Police and Baltimore County Police Departments, a great time was enjoyed by all. The smiles on the kids faces were priceless!