Kingdom Officers Play a Part in Sea Rescue

Here at Kingdom, we pride ourselves on the quality of the colleagues we employ, both in their professional roles and as people. It is with great pride that we bring this news piece to you.

At around 2.20pm on the 29th January, Kingdom officers spotted a woman struggling in the sea and in urgent need of assistance. The officers immediately leapt into action, contacting both the ambulance service and the Humber Coastguard and discussed plans to rescue the stranded woman.

Thankfully, the rescue from both RNLI and the Coastguard team was successful and the woman is now in the care of the ambulance service. We wish her a speedy recovery.

Officers were thankfully patrolling near the North Promenade, Cleethorpes, when the woman was spotted. The patrol was in accordance with Kingdom’s environmental protection contract with North East Lincolnshire Council, which has been in place since 29th October 2018.

This is just one of many incidents where Kingdom officers have carried out a duty of care to the public in such traumatic circumstances and we feel they should be recognised for their actions. At Kingdom, we cannot overstate how proud we are in our officers to know they are not only carrying out their duties to the best of their abilities but that they are also on hand to help people when it matters most.

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