Mercy Health Muskegon Security Officer Receives Achievement Award

Securitas and Mercy Health Muskegon leadership met recently to award Russell Bracey (third from the left) the first-ever Security UBC Officer Achievement Award.

Andrew Bosma, UBC Chair, had this to say about Bracey:

“Russell has been a Protective Service Officer for eight months and was a key part of the inspiration behind the creation of the Officer Achievement Award. During his career with the Security Department, Russell continuously shows a dedication to customer service, professionalism, positivity, and personal growth. Every day he comes in with a smile and an easy laugh and passes his good mood on to his fellow officers, as well as staff and visitors he comes into contact with. He has become a valued member of our team.”

The Security UBC Officer Achievement Award was created to show appreciation for, and to recognize, those officers who have shown a dedication to improvement, customer service, positivity and reliability. The award would be presented on a quarterly basis with Security UBC members nominating those officers to be recognized.  An award recipient will be chosen from the group of nominees by the UBC. The UBC is made up of Courtesy Officers, Protective Service Officers, Armed Security Officers, and Supervisors. This award is one way of saying thanks to our fellow officers for all they do.

Congratulations, Bracey, on this achievement!

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