Monday, May 4, 2009

LifeBridge Health Security director wins prestigious award

BALTIMORE CITY HEALTH DEPARTMENT Roger L. Sheets Sr., director of Security for LifeBridge Health, has been named National Security Director of the Year for 2009 by Campus Safety Magazine.

Roger was presented with a plaque Tuesday at the Campus Safety Conference, which was held at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront in Tampa.

The program honors school, university and hospital security administrators and police chiefs who exhibit outstanding leadership and management of their departments. In all, 18 campus security executives were honored during the presentation and reception.

One of the reasons why Roger was tapped as the health care winner was his wise management of his institution’s parking operations. He turned at $250,000 per year loss into a $700,000 annual profit.

“I want to thank all of you who have sent congratulations. I am completely humbled and surprised by this award. I want to congratulate each of the other 18 finalists nominated for this award for the great work they have done,” Roger says.

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