Mark Folmer given 2021 ASIS Canada Ron Minion Award, named after IFPO founder

 

The International Foundation for Protection Officers wishes to congratulate Mark Folmer, CPP, Robotic Assistance Devices President and COO, who was recently named the recipient of the 2021 ASIS Canada Ron Minion Award.

“It’s an honor to receive this prestigious award from ASIS Canada,” Folmer said on the RAD website. “I have remained an active member of ASIS International, and I look forward to many more years of involvement and service to their important mission.”

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The award has a special place in IFPO history, as the deceased Ron Minion founded the IFPO in 1988:

"The IFPO was founded by Ron Minion, a former member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and owner of a large Canadian contract business," according to IFPO.org. "Minion was steadfast in his belief that protection officers needed to be properly screened, trained and uniformed, and in 1988 he founded IFPO after selling his agency. He served as its Executive Director until 1992, and was succeeded by Sandi Davies, who has held the office ever since."

 

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