We are proud to announce two new offices to Dynamic Integrated Security
Exciting News from Dynamic Integrated Security!
We are thrilled to announce the expansion of our reach with two new office locations in South Florida and North Carolina! As a leading name in comprehensive security solutions, our commitment to providing top-notch services to our clients continues to grow.
**South Florida Office:**
Nestled in the heart of South Florida, our new office will enable us to better serve the dynamic security needs of the region. With our dedicated team on the ground, we are poised to deliver tailored security solutions that address the unique challenges faced by schools, businesses, and communities in the area. Located at:
12510 West Atlantic Blvd., Coral Springs, FL 33071
**North Carolina Office:**
Our North Carolina office represents a significant step in our mission to extend our expertise across regions. This strategic location positions us to cater to the evolving security landscape of the state. Whether it’s advanced technology integration or on-site security personnel, we’re here to safeguard what matters most to you.
Location address coming soon.
At Dynamic Integrated Security, we believe in delivering more than just security – we offer peace of mind. With these new office openings, we are better equipped than ever to provide unparalleled security solutions that adapt to your needs.
Stay tuned for more updates as we embark on this exciting journey of growth and service excellence. Thank you for your continued trust in us as your security partner.
For inquiries or to learn more about how we can secure your business or community, contact us here.
Your Safety Is Our #1 Priority! 💪🛡️
An off-duty law enforcement officer was arrested Friday
afternoon after an altercation at a local charter school.
A parent of a student at the Tallahassee School of Math and Science and a law enforcement officer with the Florida Department of Financial Services, was charged with battery on a school official, a third-degree felony, and disturbing the peace and interfering with school administration functions.
There were no injuries and no students were involved, said Leon County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Angela Green.
Toribio-Batista, who was legally armed with a concealed weapon, allegedly went to the school’s front office and began to ask questions about the school’s guardian, according to the arrest report.
The charter school does not employ LCSO school resource officers and instead has a guardian, a trained and armed employee, on campus.
Toribio-Batista allegedly asked the front office staff about the guardian; where he was, what his job description was and whether the employee had arresting authority, according to the report.
When the guardian approached Toribio Batista, “he observed what appeared to be a bulge protruding from the male’s right side appendix area in what he believed to be a firearm concealed under his clothing,” the report states.
Toribio-Batista would not give his name and did not have his law enforcement identification with him, according to court records. When blocked from returning to the front office, he allegedly pushed the guardian to the ground, according to the report.
The guardian then drew his gun, and the school was put on lockdown, the report said.
“It was only after law enforcement arrived on scene when his firearm was removed from his person and secured thatJimmy identified himself as law enforcement personnel,” the report states.Toribio Batista was booked into the county jail and bonded out later that night.
In an email to parents, principal Ahmet Temel wrote: “At no time were there any threats made to our school nor was there an active assailant.
Law enforcement did however respond to our campus to deal with a situation involving a parent. It’s an unfortunate situation that escalated and had to be dealt with according to our safety measures.”
A spokesperson for the Department of Financial Services said Toribio Batista was placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.
The guardian ensured the safety of the school and kids by following all protocols, when the suspect approached and refused to identify himself. The Guardian observed the bulge of a weapon on the suspect’s hip, which was an imminent threat, so he followed all protocols to protect the kids and the school. It is still under investigation and no further details are available.