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First Impression Security Director John Esposito
For the first of a series of company profiles, First Impression Security Doors is proud to introduce you to John Esposito. For many people, the key to a successful career is finding something you feel passionate about. John’s passion is crime prevention. As a former victim of a break-in and theft, John knows the emotions that are brought about by suffering this type of an invasion of privacy. He brings this personal knowledge along with fifteen years of security experience to his job as our Director of Security Sales.
John previously retired from industry leader Best Access Systems and was lured back into the security business. Tim Cornelius, owner of First Impression Security Doors, passion and vision is contagious and it brought John into the company to strengthen the residential community from criminals. John is also certified by the International Society of Crime Prevention Practitioners (ISCPP) as an International Crime Prevention Specialist and is an active member of the Arizona Crime Prevention Association (ACPA).
John currently lives in Casa Grande with his wife and sweetheart of thirty years but he tours the state regularly giving seminars at no charge to property managers, home-owners associations, and civic groups on how to “target harden” homes to deter criminals. As if this was not enough to keep him busy, John combines his love of sports and religious devotion by serving as the Spring Training Chaplain for the Chicago Cubs as well as the Youth Director for his church. You can visit First Impression’s Security page to get more tips as well as downloadable forms for a FREE residential security checklist.
Please contact John to schedule a no cost seminar or other event for your HOA or your group to help make your home and community safer. John Esposito can be contacted by email at SecuritySales@fisd.biz and can be contacted by phone at (480) 633-1723.