Toronto, Ontario – Steve Sanderson, President of Accident Support Services International Ltd. (ASSI) is pleased to announce the appointment of Lynn Hemingway to the position of Vice President, Operations. She will assume responsibility for operations at our Collision Reporting Centers.
Lynn is a graduate of Mohawk College where she completed her Graphic Design Degree. Prior to working with ASSI, Lynn held many managerial positions in the retail sector and was responsible for hiring and training staff for new branch openings across Ontario. In many of her positions Lynn was the primary trainer of employees, involved in process review and policy implementation. She has worked in the Fraud Prevention Industry and banking industry in partnership with law enforcement.
Since joining ASSI in August of 2003, Lynn has managed the Brantford, North York and London Collision Reporting Centers (CRC). She has also served as our South Western Ontario District Manager, responsible for 14 CRCs. Lynn has been involved in the day to day operations, staffing and training. This experience has allowed her the opportunity to learn all aspects of the company from the ground up.
Lynn will work with Bob Gutwein during his transition to retirement and liaison with police administration as well as insurance partners across Canada in ensuring the efficient delivery of the Collision Reporting Center (CRC) programs and the use of our award winning Collision Reporting and Occurrence Management System (CROMS).
Steve Sanderson, founder and President of ASSI said, “Lynn Hemingway’s proven track record of cultivating high performance teams and her knowledge of and experience with our CRC and CROMS programs make her a natural for this position. We are delighted to have the opportunity to welcome Lynn to the ASSI Executive team as we continue to serve police, insurers and the public with our collision solution programs. We are confident that Lynn’s experience, combined with our expertise and proven customer service will bring tremendous value and benefit to our police and insurance partners.”
About Accident Support Services International Ltd.
Accident Support Services International Ltd., in partnership with insurance carriers and local law enforcement agencies, are the premiere operators of Collision Reporting Centers across Canada, with 90% of the insurance carriers who write automobile policies supporting the program. The company provides superior customer service to the public while delivering significant cost containment to both insurers and police. Collision, passenger and injury information and photographs, along with powerful fraud deterrent measures are passed along to the carrier at the time of reporting the collision to police. ASSI operates 32 CRCs in Ontario and Alberta, in partnership with 52 police agencies and the company opened the first U.S. Collision Reporting Center in September of 2016, serving the Roanoke County and City of Roanoke Police Departments in the State of Virginia. Accident Support Services International Ltd.