Wednesday, January 6, 2021

2020 Award Winners! Featured

Special Officer Dela Tsagli and Sgt. Duaine Doyle!!!

SPO Tsagli has been employed with Longwood Security since 2002. During this time he has served in various roles within our communities and is currently assigned to Codman Square Health Center. Over the course of the past year, he has been instrumental with not only ensuring the utmost professional and prompt services at CSHC, but he has shined through his leadership skills in playing an instrumental role within the Education Hub. He has stepped up with mentoring two newer Patrol managers, has served as liaison between officers and senior leadership and during the lock down stage of the pandemic in late March played a vital role by taking the initiative in assisting with officer reassignments and cross training.

Congratulations Officer Tsagli!



Sgt. Doyle has been employed with Longwood Security since 2015. During this time he has been assigned to Wentworth Institute of Technology, being promoted to Patrol Manager in October 2019.
This past March, as the pandemic forced many business and school closures, WIT was one of the first colleges in the country to announce they would be sending students home as well as dismiss most of their faculty and staff members. Longwood also felt the effects of this as we had to reassign all of our officers during the five month closure.
Over the course of those five months, Sgt. Doyle had served in multiple leadership roles. From first being reassigned at our temporary location at the East Newton Pavilion at Boston Medical Center as the evening shift Patrol Manager, to having to be reassigned after the closure of ENP to BHCH, where he was able to also serve as a liaison and mentor to the incoming Operations Manager.
As of September, Sgt. Doyle has been back at WIT, but with many new changes in place. He has been instrumental with scheduling assigned officers for their twice weekly COVID testing and formed a strong working relationship between the WIT Public Safety department, Residence Life and the Longwood senior leadership team. He has rolled with the punches, worked directly with COVID patients, been instrumental with assisting our communities with COVID compliance and has done so with a smile on his face and his willingness to continue do more to help. He truly rose to the challenge and made a difference.

Congratulations Sgt. Doyle!

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