The EpiCity Team

Solomon Carter

Managing Partner of Epic Patrol Services.

Solomon Carter has been an integral part of the EpiCity professional services team since 2002. Today he is excited to be managing partner of the new Epic Patrol Services division of the company.

During his fourteen years with the company Solomon has managed the courtesy and patrol officers engaged by EpiCity. In this role he had a tremendous influence on the ability of the organization to deliver on its commitment to provide comfortable, attractive and affordable places to live and work for its customers. “I’m excited to begin this new endeavor. We’ve been hiring third party resources for years and did not have the span of control that we really needed. With Epic Patrol Services, a Georgia licensed Private Detectives & Security Agency, we’re able to deliver directly the professional services and results our customers and clients deserve and expect,” said Carter. “We’ve combined our expertise in law enforcement, security and real estate to create Epic Patrol Services, serving our properties as well as others throughout greater metropolitan Atlanta.”

Carter’s prior experience includes multiple years in law enforcement. He has served as a commanding officer of Internal Affairs, an aviation division, the No Neighborhood Left Behind Initiative, and has worked in a myriad of law enforcement assignments in his home state of New York as well as Georgia, where he has lived since 2001.

When Carter is not working with EpiCity, he is serving his ministry in Haiti. As CEO of All Power in His Hands Haitian Christian Mission, he delivers medical aid and food to Haiti three times each year. “This is a direct impact ministry, where we feed the people of Haiti through a comprehensive rice and beans initiative.” said Carter. “I am thrilled that EpiCity is a meaningful partner in this endeavor, as it serves the local community in so many ways, and also has a global impact with this mission.”


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