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Junior Constables Complete Development Course

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A closing ceremony was held for a Junior Constable Development Course conducted at the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force Academy.
The course which spanned over a month was geared towards provided Special Police Constables who were upgraded to the rank of Police Constable with training to better equip them to perform their expanded duties.
The rigorous training exercises covered areas such as Human Rights, Ethics in Policing, Customer Service, Investigations (to include Cybercrimes, Traffic Violations, Drug Matters and Serious Crimes), Crime Scene Management, Laws and Legal Procedures, Weapons Training and Drills.
On completion, the following individuals captured the top positions:
Best Pistol- PC 122 Taj Bradley
Best Drills- WPC 290 Wenia Verneuil
Most Outstanding- WPC 571 Michelle Daniel
Best Instructor- PC 229 Forn Julien
The Commissioner of Police (Ag), Crusita Descartes- Pelius, wishes to congratulate each individual on the successful completion of the course and urges each to continue to excel in their careers of service to the public.
Headline photo: Section of the audience. Photo courtesy RSLPF.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. These women in the pic don’t really look too interested in fighting crime,I think it’s more of a salary thing & good pension for them.Hopefully they’re fit to chase down these petty thieves in the city,these petty thieves are so fast it’s incredible to me how fast they are,almost Olympic grade of fast.

  2. They look so unenthusiastic…Sadly they all get obese and can’t chase the athletic criminals

  3. That’s the Best Canditates The Rslpf Could have Choosen out of So many Vibrant and Physically Fit Police officers .wow

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