New Horizon Security Sponsors Prince William County Officers in 2013 Steel City Motor Skills Competition

New Horizon Security Services, Inc. will sponsor Prince William County police officers as they participate in the 2013 Steel City Motor Skills Competition. The three-day competition is a way for motor officers to “improve their riding skills, exchange new training ideas and improve or create interagency relations,” according to the event’s website.

  • Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedInEmail a friend
As an agency that has called Prince William County home for 15 years, we are proud to be able to give back to the police officers who have stood side by side with our New Horizon Security officers over the years.

Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) June 28, 2013

New Horizon Security Services, Inc., a family-owned and operated professional security services firm, will sponsor Prince William County police officers as they participate in the 2013 Steel City Motor Skills Competition.

The three-day competition is a way for motor officers to “improve their riding skills, exchange new training ideas and improve or create inter-agency relations,” according to the event’s website. While the competition is only open to police officers on police motorcycles, New Horizon Security President John “J.J.” Frazer said sponsoring Prince William County officers was a great way to give back to local officers.

“In the Private Security industry, it is extremely important to maintain an excellent working relationship with local law enforcement,” Frazer said. “And as an agency that has called Prince William County home for 15 years, we are proud to be able to give back to the police officers who have stood side by side with our New Horizon Security officers over the years.”

Similar riding events have included cone courses set up to challenge officers riding abilities by simulation maneuvering through stopped traffic and other real life riding challenges, said New Horizon Security Assistant Project Manager Mike Bennett.

“These events allow officers to compete against other motor officers from around the United States and provide the opportunity to network on department issues, policies and police equipment,” Bennett said.

Bennett, who retired from the Prince William County police department last year after a 26-year career, was part of the company’s reasoning to sponsor the competing officers.

“We are excited to celebrate our connections to the Prince William County department and motor pool through Mike,” New Horizon Security Vice President Christy Frazer said.
The competition will be open and free of charge for the public to view on June 27-29, 2013.            

About New Horizon Security Services, Inc.

New Horizon Security Services, Inc. is a family-owned and operated professional security services firm specializing in providing high quality armed and unarmed security officers in support of government agencies, private businesses, commercial and retail properties, construction projects, defense contractor facilities, gated residential communities, and public service buildings. The company operates throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia and the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. New Horizon is recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the top 5000 small business in America in 2011 and 2012, and honored by the US Senate Productivity and Quality Award of Virginia as one of the 2011 “12 to Watch” small businesses distinguished for performance excellence, job growth, and commitment to quality. New Horizon also operates a VA DCJS-certified Training Academy offering specialized defensive certification training and DCJS-required unarmed and armed security training. For more information, call 1.703.368.6477 or visit http://www.newhorizonsecurity.com.


Contact