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December 30, 2020 (Essex, Maryland)

Centennial Protection Group personnel learn of an active fire and enter apartment building to evacuate residents and pets.

At approximately 4:16 pm, Wednesday afternoon, Sgt Phil Tabron and Operations Manager Cory Austin learned of an active fire in the unit block of Snowberry Court, Essex, Maryland. As the first responders to the building, they entered and discovered an active fire in the kitchen of a third floor apartment.

They sprang into action, without regard to their own safety, and began to assist evacuating residents and pets. After notifying all occupants of the building, they actively assisted the elderly and carried pets from the building.

Their efforts allowed for safe evacuations prior to fire department arrival. There were no reported injuries.

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December 1, 2020 (MD, VA, DC)

Centennial Protection Group (CPG) launches the first annual "Stuff a Sock" campaign to assist the homeless in and around the areas they serve.

CPG President, Dave Hopp, explained that through the generosity of CPG staff and their friends and families, CPG will collect warm socks and personal hygiene items to be distributed to the homeless during this Holiday season.

Operations Manager, Cory Austin, who is the Chairperson for the campaign, explained, "CPG staff will begin distributing the collected items throughout the region on December 21st." He added, "CPG staff have already opened their hearts and have begun donating items for this worthwhile campaign."

CPG is accepting donations of new socks and personal hygiene items now through December 16th.

Donated items and/or financial contributions can be made to the "Stuff a Sock" campaign by (Venmo @StuffaSock), calling 443.424.8273, or e-mailing,

Mr. Austin advised arrangements can be made to pick up the donations if needed.


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September 13, 2018 (Anne Arundel County, MD)

Centennial Protection Group (CPG) officer's decisive action and observation skills, while reporting to work, helps save the life of an apparent overdose victim.

At approximately 1:30 pm, Thursday afternoon, Officer Cheria Tyler was driving to her assignment at a non-disclosed shopping area in the area of Route 100 and Route 97, when she obserevd an adult male sitting in an unusal area at the shopping location. Officer Tyler immediately made contact with the subject who was unable to communicate. While trying to communicate with him the victim fell over on his side and became unresponsive. Officer Tyler immediately called for EMS response and continued to render assistance until EMS arrived.

Upon arrival, EMS personnel administered Narcan to counteract the effects of the drug.

Officer Tyler stated "I was just doing my job" when congratulated for a job well done.

This is the 4th documented life being saved as a result of the efforts of CPG personnel during the last year.

Centennial Protection Group provides security, protection and investigative services in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC and globally through its partners.


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