Honesty, Integrity, Professionalism and Service are at the heart of everything we do at National Protective Services. Our mission is to promote safety in the communities we serve by providing our clients with effective, personalized security service and unparalleled customer care. At National Protective Services, we don’t just secure your property, we protect you like family.
Brian Sutton, a former Alexandria, VA police officer, founded National Protective Services in 1979. It was his intention to use his law enforcement experience to build a more responsive, professional organization that would deter crime, give clients peace of mind, and promote safety in the community at large. Brian served as the President and CEO of National Protective Services, Inc. until his passing in February, 2010. In his life, Brian deeply valued honesty, integrity and service to his fellow man. Though he is no longer with us, his values remain at the core of everything we do at NPS.
Co-founder & President of National Protective Services
With more than 40 years’ security experience, including serving in both unarmed and armed capacities and as a private investigator, Victoria is well-versed in all areas of the services we provide. With a Bachelor’s Degree from Mary Washington College, Victoria has deep roots in the Fredericksburg community. In her spare time, she enjoys serving the greater Fredericksburg community through a variety of volunteer organizations, including Micah Ecumenical Ministries and the 3E program at Common Ground Church, which aims to end chronic homelessness in our community. Victoria supports the global community through her sponsorship of multiple children in Compassion International, which seeks to fight childhood poverty around the world. She also enjoys reading, traveling and spending time with her grandchildren.
Abigail Sutton Spivey
Vice President of National Protective Services
She began working for NPS in 1998 and since then has served the company as a Patrol Operations Supervisor, and as the Director of Operations, before being promoted to her current position. Abigail holds a Bachelor’s degree from Mary Washington College, and maintains multiple security licenses, including DCJS Compliance Agent. She is also a certified Security Consultant through Armour College and has served as a licensed security instructor in the past. In her personal life, Abigail has served the Spotsylvania community as a licensed foster parent and is currently involved in serving the homeless through the 3E program at Common Ground Church, in partnership with Micah Ecumenical Ministries. She also supports the work of International Justice Mission in its fight to end global human trafficking. In her spare time, Abigail enjoys reading, traveling and rooting for her beloved Washington Redskins.
As Christians and as Americans, we at NPS recognize how truly blessed we are each day. We believe it’s our duty to use these blessings to give back to our local community and to the world. It is both our duty and our privilege to serve the least among us, the poor, the homeless and the abused. It is this deeply held belief that makes NPS proud to support each of the following organizations.
Founded in 1952, Compassion International’s mission is to lift children out of poverty around the globe, in Jesus’ name. By pairing children in impoverished countries with church sponsors from all over the world, Compassion International is able to provide vital resources, such as food, medical care and education to children suffering extreme poverty around the globe. Today, more than 1.9 million children are sponsored in Compassion’s Child Sponsorship Program.
International Justice Mission
International Justice Mission is a global organization whose mission is to end the scourge of global human trafficking. These amazing warriors work to find those who have been trafficked or enslaved, to free them from their oppressors and then to walk alongside them to a life of health and restoration. IJM also works to ensure human traffickers are apprehended and jailed, while educating and mentoring law enforcement and community leaders to better recognize and combat human trafficking in their communities. To date, IJM has freed more than 30,000 people from slavery around the globe.
Micah Ecumenical Ministries
Established in 2005, Micah Ecumenical Ministries is a collaborative effort among local churches in the Fredericksburg community working to provide care and resources for community members in need. Micah’s primary goals are to reduce the length of time households experience homelessness and to reduce the number of households returning to homelessness. They accomplish this goal through a variety of programs, including the Micah Hospitality Center, the Micah Respite House, the Cold Weather Shelter, and a variety of other housing resources. To date, this organization has decreased homelessness in the Fredericksburg community by more than 84%. NPS is proud to support Micah and its efforts to create a safer, healthier community for all.