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Inspector Semper returns from RBPS on successful attachment

RMPS Insp. Derona Semper

RMPS Insp. Derona Semper

Inspector Derona Semper spent six weeks on attachment with the Royal Bermuda Police Service (RBPS) from June 15, to July 28 this year. Miss Semper reports that her attachment was part of a two-fold training program which requires it  to be completed in practical and theoretical segments which must be done.

As confirmed by the Royal Montserrat Police Service (RMPS) Miss Semper’s attachment with the RBPS required her to work out of the serious crime unit, which covers murder, kidnapping, suicide, gun  and gang related crimes and more.

Miss Semper told TMR, “I was given the opportunity to experience the daily operations of several departments to include the narcotics, forensic, firearms, public relations; Traffic; Training and Support unit.”

She said she observed how the service operates cohesively. “I was privy to and attended several management meetings to include meetings with the Director of Public Prosecution, Daily Tasking team; Daily Operational and firearms team, and heads of department meeting chaired by the commissioner of police,” she said.

On her departure, Deputy Com Siddell had said, that the attachment, “will be a refresher, which will allow the participants (there are to be other attachments) to apply their skills while gaining additional knowledge that they will bring back to the RMPS.”

According to reports the first phase of the training was a major success for the RMPS. As the Inspector reported further she said she received hands on experience as to how to efficiently and effectively investigate a serious crime with the use of modern technology and new innovative procedures. Moreover, she said, “I got the chance to compare our strategic, operational and tactical procedures with that of another service and attain ways whereby our service can improve its service delivery.”

She boasted the opportunity to participate in other training that was offered by the UK government. It included that of media management, after which she was presented with a certificate for successfully completing the course.

 

 

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RMPS Insp. Derona Semper

RMPS Insp. Derona Semper

Inspector Derona Semper spent six weeks on attachment with the Royal Bermuda Police Service (RBPS) from June 15, to July 28 this year. Miss Semper reports that her attachment was part of a two-fold training program which requires it  to be completed in practical and theoretical segments which must be done.

As confirmed by the Royal Montserrat Police Service (RMPS) Miss Semper’s attachment with the RBPS required her to work out of the serious crime unit, which covers murder, kidnapping, suicide, gun  and gang related crimes and more.

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Miss Semper told TMR, “I was given the opportunity to experience the daily operations of several departments to include the narcotics, forensic, firearms, public relations; Traffic; Training and Support unit.”

She said she observed how the service operates cohesively. “I was privy to and attended several management meetings to include meetings with the Director of Public Prosecution, Daily Tasking team; Daily Operational and firearms team, and heads of department meeting chaired by the commissioner of police,” she said.

On her departure, Deputy Com Siddell had said, that the attachment, “will be a refresher, which will allow the participants (there are to be other attachments) to apply their skills while gaining additional knowledge that they will bring back to the RMPS.”

According to reports the first phase of the training was a major success for the RMPS. As the Inspector reported further she said she received hands on experience as to how to efficiently and effectively investigate a serious crime with the use of modern technology and new innovative procedures. Moreover, she said, “I got the chance to compare our strategic, operational and tactical procedures with that of another service and attain ways whereby our service can improve its service delivery.”

She boasted the opportunity to participate in other training that was offered by the UK government. It included that of media management, after which she was presented with a certificate for successfully completing the course.