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Mission Ready, Parent Company of Protect The Force Announces Appointment of Former NYPD Commissioner to Board of Directors

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA – (May 1, 2018) – Mission Ready Services Inc. (“Mission Ready” or the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE 50 :MRS) is pleased to announce the addition of former NYPD Commissioner, William J. Bratton, to the Company’s Board of Directors effective May 1, 2018.

Currently serving as the Vice Chairman for the Secretary of Homeland Security’s Advisory Council, Mr. Bratton, during a 46-year career in law enforcement, instituted progressive change while leading six police departments, including seven years as Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department and two nonconsecutive terms as the Police Commissioner of the City of New York. Mr. Bratton is the only person ever to lead the police agencies of America’s two largest cities. Mr. Bratton currently serves as the Executive Chairman of Teneo Risk (“Teneo”).

Jeffery Schwartz, President & CEO of Mission Ready states, “During the recent 12-months, we have built an excellent team who will be instrumental in the growth and success that we envision for 2018 and beyond. Mr. Bratton’s extensive experience and contributions to the industry will be of great value to the Company. We could not ask for a more qualified individual to help us advance Mission Ready at this important time in the Company’s evolution.”

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3 Responses to “Mission Ready, Parent Company of Protect The Force Announces Appointment of Former NYPD Commissioner to Board of Directors”

  1. AbnMedOps says:

    Is this William Bratton the self-promoting, left-wing, big-city police management careerist who stated that “The Second Amendment is a greater threat than Islamist extremists”?

  2. Stickman says:

    A 46 year veteran of police work who is anti gun, and probably wasn’t issued portable radios when he did handled calls is entirely out of his element with anything other than politics.

    A company looking for political influence no doubt pays well for someone like WBratton.