COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, Mich., June 10, 2013—Patriot Services Corporation, a veteran-owned, emergency preparedness consulting and training company, based in Commerce Township, Mich., announced a contract with Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-based Cranbrook Educational Community Schools to provide emergency preparedness familiarization training. Scott Hiipakka, chief service Officer and co-owner of Patriot Services Corporation, made the announcement.
“Cranbrook Schools are leaders in college preparatory education and understand that taking proactive safety and security measures for their students, faculty and staff is equally as important as providing an impeccable academic curriculum,” said Hiipakka.
Patriot Services consultants have worked with thousands of schools across the country delivering innovative and comprehensive emergency preparedness solutions. Influenced by a hands-on understanding of what is required to prepare for anything from minor disruptions to the more dire emergencies, Patriot Services has rapidly established itself as a national leader in the industry.
During the course of multiple training sessions, select personnel within the Cranbrook Educational Community will receive introductory emergency preparedness training. These sessions address multiple emergency preparedness topics, including community awareness, scenario-based discussions, and covers the Homeland Security, “If You See Something, Say Something,” program designed to raise awareness of indicators of terrorism-related crime.
Patriot Services Corporation was founded in 2004 and is based in Commerce Township, Mich. The firm specializes in providing homeland defense and emergency preparedness solutions to the public and private sectors throughout the U.S. For more information, please visit www.patriot-services.com or call 248-313-3200.