Karts for Community

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Phoenix Protective Corp was TOUGH ENOUGH TO WEAR PINK yesterday, as Travis Hillman & Drew Hollinberger competed in the final races June 2nd, for Karts 4 Our Community. A HUGE CONGRATS to Travis Hillman for winning 2nd place and to the rest of our PPC team, as this was our 3rd year participating!  This event benefits 2nd Harvest Food Bank, Cancer Patient Care, and Transitions.  JOB WELL DONE TEAM!!!
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Crash Course in Consequences

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

“Toppenish High School students watch as fire and police crews work the scene of mock crash Wednesday at the school. The simulated multiple-injury and fatality accident was intended to show students the consequences of driving under the influence as well as distracted driving. The drill included Toppenish fire and police, Yakima County Sheriff, Washington State Patrol, AMR ambulance crews, Phoenix Protective Corp. security and even a Northwest MedStar helicopter. The event was coordinated by Phoenix.”

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“With mass shootings fresh in the public consciousness following December’s tandem attacks at The Clackamas Town Center near Portland and Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., a Clark County school district is taking measures to make sure something similar doesn’t happen there.

The Ridgefield School District has hired a company to provide security, becoming the first one in Clark County to employ a private firm’s armed guards. A contract with Phoenix Protective Corp., a Spokane-based security consulting company, calls for at least two of its employees to patrol the district’s three campuses for the remainder of the school year…”

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“As the country debates gun policies nationwide, some local school administrators are trying to tighten security at their own buildings. One question that many school leaders are wrestling with is whether to bring armed staff on campus. Rob Manning looked at two school districts in Southwest Washington that have already started using armed security, and has this report.”

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PPC Provides Armed Guards in Schools

Friday, January 11th, 2013

“School leaders in the Northwest are adjusting to the new year with additional security steps – including guards at schoolhouse doors.

Many school districts are tightening sign-in procedures and making sure school doors are locked.

And the small Southwest Washington district of Ridgefield is going further.

Spokesman Eric Jacobson says Ridgefield is spending about $40,000 to hire armed guards from a private security firm.

“This contract that we’re signing with Phoenix Protective Corporation isn’t just for the armed security that they’ll be providing. We’re also consulting with them for them to review our existing school security procedures and protocols.”  Nearby urban districts, like Vancouver, Evergreen…”

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Company Shrinkage Due to Employee Theft

Thursday, December 20th, 2012

It is a common misconception among retail stores that the main source of shrinkage is due to non-employee theft. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce released the following staggering statistics about employee theft in the work place. Is your company taking the necessary precautions to minimize shrinkage from employee theft?

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Spring and Summer Events

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

It’s that time of year again when PPC event teams are requested across the Northwest.  We can be found at rodeos, fairs, concerts and summer gatherings big and small.  From helping lost children to keeping high profile guests safe, PPC officers are the best choice for your needs.

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