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Saint Lucia Police Officers Complete Basic Engineering Course

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Two Saint Lucia Marine Police officers were among fourteen participants who completed the Regional Security System (RSS) Training Institute’s Basic Engineering Course.

Reports indicate that Saint Lucia’s Constable Shervy Smith topped the course.

According to the RSS, the course also attracted officers from the Antigua & Barbuda Defence Force, the Barbados Coast Guard, the Royal Grenada Police Force, St. Kitts and Nevis Defence Force, and the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force.

The closing ceremony occurred recently aboard the Barbados Coast Guard Ship, Pelican.

According to an RSS Facebook release, the Principal of the Samuel Jackman Prescod Institute of Technology, Ian Drakes, congratulated the officers during his brief address.

“I am passionate about seeing individuals succeed in any skill or field and being part of the drive to reach peace and prosperity in Barbados and the region. It is such a pleasure seeing so many of you have picked up the mantle and run with it and even more pleasing to see so many of you successfully completing your training,” Drakes told the participants.

“You have joined the ranks of so many before you who have chosen not to accept the world as it is, but to explore it and conceptualise ways to improve it,” he stated.

Drakes said they had chosen to shift from the mundane application and problem solving to using logic, abstract thinking, research application, and collaboration to provide novel and unique options.

“Most importantly, today is the day that you begin a new chapter in your life. You have gained something no one can take from you – not the certificate, but rather the knowledge and valuable friendships,” the Principal declared.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. St Lucia times please run a next article on WASCO, no water flow distribution has been sent past sandals gold club house since May 25th and no answers from Wasco except lame excuses!it’s June 7th … Please run another article on WASCO InCompetence specifically TIMOTHY JAMES who’s primarily responsible for water flow distribution throughout entire island,how can this phockin be!!! How can this man be solely in charge in Wasco flow distribution and not being overseen by Mr KING? Please the powers that be investigate WASCOS Lies and follow through with just punishments……….Wasco is making the entire island dirtier and more vex.

  2. And how does this solve our crime crisis in st lucia , we still have to pay rss to solve crime here smfh.

  3. Congrats Officers! Now….I agree with 105smph for flash-mobbing this article to expose WASCO. This company is unbelievable in terms of not fulfilling their contract to the people of Saint Lucia. How can you have planned interruptions in water supply and not inform your clients? Since May 25th, no water for @105smph and no communication on that matter? What kinda piggery company is that? A simple courteous press release…text blast…whatsapp blast can reach your clients and give them a heads up!!!

  4. Only in this banana republic shit like this happen and it has been accepted generally. For your freedom of rights to protest you get lockup for, we have farce individual who sits in these positions for a live time and this is what happens deminishing in returns

  5. Thanks George and still no water but I do see a Wasco crew by the only pump house in cap estate!……….so someone is reading my article bomb here…. Bring more water storage and pressure pumps to cap estate…Wasco with the Millions you making off the public with lame, rude services …not provided. Control ladies telling a different story every time you call so they in cohorts with Timothy James secret right offs and selling of waters in private deals underhanded sheet unbeknownst to Mr King and head quaters at WaSco…. How can you build another phockin thing ,,, building, house resort ect on this island when….this is the only lame,weak assss service provided now and just think Cabot’s grass water wastage’s SMPH

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