Project Griffin Community Award 2015
At the recent CSSC Annual Dinner, Don Randall MBE, CSyP presented Terry Robinson of Mitie Security with the Project Griffin Community Award 2015.
This award recognises the exceptional contribution of an individual or team to the vital role that Project Griffin plays in ensuring the safety of our community.
Ilteris Babayid from Mitie, who proposed Terry for the award, said, “Terry’s vigilance is worthy of praise and should be set as an example to all officers working in large cities and busy public places, with a high terrorist threat.”
In his nomination, Ilteris cited numerous examples when Terry’s vigilance has paid dividends. On one particular occasion, Project Servator was taking place around One New Change in the City of London where Terry patrols. He spotted a member of the public acting suspiciously. Illteris said, “Terry trusted his instincts and the training he had received and reported this person to ONC Control Room.” It was later revealed that the individual concerned was part of Project Servator, assigned to test the awareness of the police officers. Terry’s attentiveness was praised by the Police sergeant that day.
On presenting the award to Terry Robinson, Don Randall said, “I am delighted to hear about your outstanding efforts in our vital work to keep our community safe. It is a great pleasure and privilege to have you and your wife with us this evening and to present you with this award.”