FIFTEEN RECRUITS FOR TRAINING AS POLICE OFFICERS

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By anguillian February 1, 2013 08:59

FIFTEEN RECRUITS FOR TRAINING AS POLICE OFFICERS

 

The newly enlisted police recruits

The Royal Anguilla Police Force has attracted fifteen new recruits who will be leaving the island in the near future for the Regional Police Training School in Barbados.

The young trainees were selected for enlistment in the law enforcement body following a recent decision by the Executive Council to increase the membership of the Police Force, bringing it to 102.

The recruits first appeared at the 41st Police Week Anniversary Service held at St. Augustine’s Anglican Church on Sunday, January 27. There they were welcomed by Bishop Errol Brooks and Church Worker, Mrs. Ingrid Lake.

Mrs Lake commented that she was delighted to see that the majority of the recruits were former students of the Albena Lake-Hodge Comprehensive School where she serves as Principal.

The recruits were also present at the Police Lecture delivered on Monday this week by the Reverend Dr. H. Clifton Niles.

Five of the recruits areWomen Police Constables Elizabeth Bryan, Denysea Bryan, Denise C. Webster-Horsford, Cherrydell Cunningham-Gumbs and MarcellDottin. The ten males are Police Constables Leonard Richardson, Javin Brooks, Paul Trim, Lawford Brown, Desmond Ollivierre, Amid Constant, Jason Benn, Chaquelle Hodge, Kieran Webster and Jermaine Eldon Lawson.

anguillian
By anguillian February 1, 2013 08:59

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