Andy Popolo is a familiar face around Rush University Medical Center, where he serves as a campus security officer.
He’s always looking for someone who looks lost, or, he adds, “someone who seems to be up to no good.”
“Anything that looks abnormal that doesn’t seem right, it’s what we’re trained to be looking for,” he says.
While Popolo may he seem intense, he’s got a softer side, too.
“A lot of my colleagues think I’m a very serious person and just straight to business, but I have a soft heart and I’m very compassionate toward people and situations.”