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Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services', or SCIS', (formerly known as Pinkerton Government Services), mission is to provide innovative, cost-effective solutions to ensure the safety and security of the assets of the U.S. Government, government contractor organizations worldwide, and the Energy and Petrochemical industries. We will relentlessly strive to preserve national security and improve the protection of the personnel, programs, resources, and facilities of our clients.
Our goal is to enhance the success of our clients and their operations by providing demonstrably superior security and products with the highest degree of integrity and responsiveness, while enhancing the success of our fellow employees by creating career-enhancing opportunities.
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Officer Monica Beltran has the distinction of being the first Virginia Guardswoman to earn a medal for valor in the state’s history, as well as being the first to receive a Purple Heart for being combat wounded. Beltran, who has worked for the Northern Virginia branch of SCIS since 2010, served as a turret gunner in Iraq with the 1173rd Transportation Company. Officer Beltran is currently assigned to an international contract as an armed Security Officer.
In October 2005, while her team was escorting a civilian convoy, it came under attack and though wounded on one hand, she was able to continue firing, pinning down enemy fighters and allowing enough time for the convoy to clear and regroup. For her actions, she was awarded the Bronze Star Medal with “V” for Valor and the Purple Heart.
She remains in the Virginia Guard and now serves in the 1710th Transportation Company.
Officer Beltran stated she loves working for SCIS. She indicated that her military experience has helped with respect to being an armed security officer, handling weapons and identifying potential threats and/or hazards to the client facility and its personnel. She stated the military has prepared her to act under pressure and feels it has prepared her for any potential problem in her current role.