SSC Recognizes Outstanding Women in Investigations

SSC announces promotion and award


Tuskowski, a former Connecticut State Trooper, entered the Connecticut State Police Academy as one of only 10 females, among 120 recruits in 1983. Upon graduation in May of 1983, she became one of 20 uniformed female Troopers among the Department's 1,000 Troopers in the state.

"During my 20 years of experience, I saw more and more females start entering security-related careers that were stereotypically male," said Tuskowski. "Knowing that the amount of women in both the state police and in private security companies, like SSC, has almost quadrupled since I started makes me incredibly proud."

At the state police, Tuskowski, worked as a Community Resource Officer, and worked in the Special Licensing and Firearms Unit. She has been employed at SSC since 2003.

SSC, a leader in security in the tri-state area, provides a full range of security solutions using a unique multi-disciplinary approach. It prides itself on providing "international experience at the local level." SSC's services include uniformed security, computer forensics, security consulting/vulnerability assessment, security systems integration, professional investigations, security training, computer and network security and risk consulting. Found in 1975 as Security Services of Connecticut, Inc., the company is privately-owned. More information can be found at www.sscinvestigations.com.