Our Management Team
As the President of Trinity Executive Services, Inc. & Trinity Security, Inc., Brandon is responsible for the continued success of both corporations. Overseeing the operational and administrative functions of two corporations, as well as creating a third corporation, Bio-Trauma 911, Inc., Brandon finds the challenge both rewarding and exciting. Brandon served six years as a US Marine and has been a reserve police officer since 2000. He served in Europe and Africa for three years with the Department of State, Office of Diplomatic Security and attended college while in Europe and in Indiana.
Reporting directly to the President, Martha leads both the development and all operational aspects of Trinity Executive Services, Inc., Trinity Security, Inc. and Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. Martha is responsible for the creation and implementation of new programs and ideas for all three corporations. Furthermore, Martha routinely seeks out new clients and maintains an active relationship with all of our current clients. Martha brings over 20 years experience in sales, marketing and retail merchandising, as well as a strong track record for delivering consistent year after year growth for multi-million dollar companies.
Steve joined Trinity Executive Services, Inc. after serving over 20 years as a security professional in the hospital industry. As a security director for a major metropolitan hospital, Steve brings with him a multitude of certifications, training and accreditations; Hospital Security Officers Certification Course, Close Quarter Combat Training, OSHA certified Hazardous Materials First Responder, Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Instructor, Bomb, Bomb Threats and Booby Traps, just to name a few. Steve's background as a law enforcement officer further compliments the knowledge and experience of our office staff.
VP Client Relations
Erin comes to us with a tremendous amount of experience in retail management. Working with our company for over three years, Erin is directly accountable for the continued administrative success of both Trinity Executive Services, Inc. and Trinity Security, Inc. On a weekly basis, Erin completes all invoices, calculates payroll, assists with scheduling and handles most human resource issues. In addition, Erin communicates daily with all other staff members to ensure the administrative side of our business is in line with the operational side.
VP Administrative Support
As our Director of Loss Prevention and Assets Protection, Josh spends the majority of his day working with and training agents at the store level. Josh also spends a great deal of time reviewing statistics and working with client management to facilitate a loss prevention program that is cost effective and productive. Through careful analysis and input from field agents, Josh coordinates and controls all aspects of our loss prevention program, which continues to serve our clients well through a significant reduction in criminal activity and improved inventories.
Director Loss Prevention
As an accounts manager and lead investigator for Trinity, Dennis works with our clients to ensure that their security needs are not only being met, but exceeded. Dennis holds a B.S. Degree in Education from Indiana State University and served twenty-two years with the Indianapolis Police Department. While with IPD, Dennis held the following positions: Communicaitons Supervisor, Vice Unit Supervisor, Executive Security (Mayor's Detail) and Special Investigations Supervisor. Dennis was twice awarded "Officer of the Year". After retirement from IPD he went on to serve as the Director of Security for the Indiana State Museum. Dennis is also a Certified Institutional Protection Manager (C.I.P.M).
Our Professional Security Options
The officers and services associated with our Gold Package are suitable for all types of security, including: loss prevention, executive protection and undercover work. read more
The officers and services associated with our Silver Package are suitable for most types of security, however some restrictions may apply. read more