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RMPS Recruitment training Course #4

Inspector Derona Semper

Five recruits will commence training from September 10, 2012 to March 10, 2013, a course designed to expose the recruit student officer to the basic skills, knowledge and values required of a police constable.

The Royal Montserrat Police Service (RMPS) Chief, Recruitment Training, Inspector Derona Semper says, “The objective of the course is to make each student officer efficient in the performance of general beat and patrol duties, to mold and develop the students’ character, mental and physical fitness, and to link instruction in theory and practice to give them vocational knowledge and skills.

In a release, it says, “Students will be exposed to the concept of community policing, a crime preventative measure focused on community partnership.

The training is to be delivered in modules: Orientation, Beat duties, Crimes against property, Crimes against persons, Multi-discipline.

The lecturers are from within the RMPS and the community of Montserrat.
Twenty two (22) officers have already been trained locally in partnership with the Montserrat community since the Police recruitment training program was localized in 2009. In previous years the training was done in Barbados.

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Inspector Derona Semper

Five recruits will commence training from September 10, 2012 to March 10, 2013, a course designed to expose the recruit student officer to the basic skills, knowledge and values required of a police constable.

The Royal Montserrat Police Service (RMPS) Chief, Recruitment Training, Inspector Derona Semper says, “The objective of the course is to make each student officer efficient in the performance of general beat and patrol duties, to mold and develop the students’ character, mental and physical fitness, and to link instruction in theory and practice to give them vocational knowledge and skills.

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In a release, it says, “Students will be exposed to the concept of community policing, a crime preventative measure focused on community partnership.

The training is to be delivered in modules: Orientation, Beat duties, Crimes against property, Crimes against persons, Multi-discipline.

The lecturers are from within the RMPS and the community of Montserrat.
Twenty two (22) officers have already been trained locally in partnership with the Montserrat community since the Police recruitment training program was localized in 2009. In previous years the training was done in Barbados.