CPI Security System’s Darryl Parker was chosen by the IQ Certification Board to fill out the remainder of the term of Michael Allen who resigned.

Parker, the quality control director for CPI Security and the IQ compliance officer, has been with the company for close to 15 years. With a very hands-on approach to his work, Parker’s duties involve overseeing the quality of both commercial and residential installations and investigating the security systems of current customers who have had break-ins to make sure all is working correctly.

With CPI Security Systems being the official security provider of the Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Bob Cats and the Atlanta Braves sports teams, Parker is instrumental in assisting players and coaches, as well as front office staff with all their security needs. In addition, he also works alongside the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department in efforts to enhance their ability to secure and monitor as many as 50 separate facilities through the Charlotte Metro area.

Darryl was also instrumental in implementing a program where CPI has donated an elaborate security system as well as a large CCTV system to enhance the level of security for the residents of a battered women’s shelter. He further supports the cause by donating to their many charities.

“Darryl’s commitment to the IQ Certification standards along with his work with law enforcement and charitable endeavors will be an asset to the board and our goals for the future,” stated Tim Creenan, IQ chairman and owner of Buffalo, N.Y.-based Amherst Alarm.