Recipients

We congratulate all the outstanding and heroic frontline security professionals who have made a difference in their communities.

Here, we share the stories behind our award recipients.

Q2 Nominee: William Ringland

Q2 Nominee: William Ringland

Campus Security Officer intervenes in overdose to save a life In 2021, University of Calgary Campus Security Officer William Ringland was on duty at the University's downtown campus when he saw, through the front windows of the building he was working in, that an...

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Q2 Nominee: Nathaniel McNeil

Q2 Nominee: Nathaniel McNeil

Two lifesaving responses in a single day Within a single 24-hour period, Paragon Security Manager Nathaniel McNeil attended to two medical emergencies - taking actions that saved both individuals' lives. While on duty at the Atrium on Bay in downtown Toronto, Security...

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Q1 2022 Winner: Stephen Randall

Q1 2022 Winner: Stephen Randall

Immediate and sustained first aid saved a man's life Security Officer Stephen Randall was on duty at the Royal BC Museum grounds was attending a report of a person behaving erratically. However, when he approached the individual, he discovered the person lying on the...

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Q2 2022 Nominee: Damion Edwards

Q2 2022 Nominee: Damion Edwards

Lifesaving actions on the Toronto waterfront In early May 2022, Security Supervisor Damion Edwards was on duty at Toronto's Harbourfront when he received a radio transmission from a staff member, reporting an individual who was sitting at the water's edge, in close...

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Q2 2022 Nominees: Charlie Platoon of Commerce Court

Q2 2022 Nominees: Charlie Platoon of Commerce Court

Emergency first aid and coordinated response prevented serious harm We'd like to recognize Paragon Security team Charlie Platoon of Commerce Court in Toronto for their actions during a medical emergency involving a male who experienced a narcotic-related overdose in...

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Q2 2022 Nominees: Jordan Bennett & Champagne Thomson

Q2 2022 Nominees: Jordan Bennett & Champagne Thomson

Teamwork with community engagement professional saves a life. CSLA and Paragon Security would like to recognize Security Shift Supervisor Jordan Bennett and Crisis Outreach Worker Champagne Thomson from the Community Engagement Team, Downtown Yonge BIA. In early...

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Q1 2022 Nominees: Riley Boudreau & Jose Carillo

Q1 2022 Nominees: Riley Boudreau & Jose Carillo

Immediate CPR prevented an overdose from becoming fatal Security Officers Riley Boudreau and Jose Carrillo were on duty together at the Edmonton City Centre Mall when they received a radio call for assistance with a woman in medical distress. They proceeded...

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Canadian Security Lifesaver Association®

The Canadian Security Lifesaver Association is a non-profit organization designed to recognize security professionals and raise awareness of the contributions they make to Canadians.