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Six new police officers confirmed in the Royal Montserrat Police Services

On Friday, December 2, the Royal Montserrat Police Services (RMPS) saw the Passing Out six more locally trained recruits into new police officers at the Montserrat Cultural Centre with family, friends and fellow officers in attendance to welcome them to the local Force, (now under new name RMPS) .

This is the third group of recruits that have been trained on island by a cadre of active and retired police officers lead by Deputy Commissioner Paul Morris, Superintendent Charles Thompson and under their Chief Instructor Inspector Derona Semper.

Deputy Governor Hon. Sarita Francis congratulated the six recruits as she charged them to maintain a high level of integrity and consistent life-style of trustworthiness. Miss Francis was the reviewing officer and keynote speaker at the Passing Out Parade and graduation ceremony.

the Deputy Governor, giving her charge, said, “You must prepare yourself to climb all the rungs of the ladder. There are several rungs to the top. Some of these include good attitude, trust worthiness, willingness to learn and study, openness to share and to mentor by others and an active prayer life in all you do. Please let God direct you, guide you and remain humble in this way you will reach the top of the ladder.”

The chief instructor, Derona Semper gave her last words of advice to the graduating officers, while calling on them and the public to understand the service and objectives of policing in Montserrat: “The human resource function of the RMPS will continue to strive to achieve the organization’s objective to be recognized as a professional, effective and efficient service, through the support and partnership of the community we serve using enthusiasm as the propelling force combed with good governance   build on function of morale, ethics, integrity and trust, for success always come as a conquest not a request,”  she noted.

Mrs. Delmaude Ryan from the Deputy Governor’s office assisted by PC Benjamin Rasool presented awards to officers who excelled in various areas of training. PC 44 Brenda Gordon received the baton of honour – (an award for the student who performed well in the course and whose behaviour and deportment was exemplary; an excellent team player). She also received awards for best deportment, Best drill and best public speaking.

PC 17 Rakesh Jailall received the Best Endeavour – (an award designed for the student who demonstrates the tenacity to succeed).  The best at Police duty subjects – (an award designed for the student who achieved the highest overall scores in the police duty subjects) went to PC 33 Chamella Carlisle; while PC 43 Laurell Allen received the best at physical award.

PC Benjamin Rasool delivered the vote of thanks. The ceremony concluded with Precision Drills to the rhythm of Arrow’s “Hot! Hot! Hot!” to the delight of an excited crowd of family, friends and well-wishers.

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On Friday, December 2, the Royal Montserrat Police Services (RMPS) saw the Passing Out six more locally trained recruits into new police officers at the Montserrat Cultural Centre with family, friends and fellow officers in attendance to welcome them to the local Force, (now under new name RMPS) .

This is the third group of recruits that have been trained on island by a cadre of active and retired police officers lead by Deputy Commissioner Paul Morris, Superintendent Charles Thompson and under their Chief Instructor Inspector Derona Semper.

Deputy Governor Hon. Sarita Francis congratulated the six recruits as she charged them to maintain a high level of integrity and consistent life-style of trustworthiness. Miss Francis was the reviewing officer and keynote speaker at the Passing Out Parade and graduation ceremony.

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the Deputy Governor, giving her charge, said, “You must prepare yourself to climb all the rungs of the ladder. There are several rungs to the top. Some of these include good attitude, trust worthiness, willingness to learn and study, openness to share and to mentor by others and an active prayer life in all you do. Please let God direct you, guide you and remain humble in this way you will reach the top of the ladder.”

The chief instructor, Derona Semper gave her last words of advice to the graduating officers, while calling on them and the public to understand the service and objectives of policing in Montserrat: “The human resource function of the RMPS will continue to strive to achieve the organization’s objective to be recognized as a professional, effective and efficient service, through the support and partnership of the community we serve using enthusiasm as the propelling force combed with good governance   build on function of morale, ethics, integrity and trust, for success always come as a conquest not a request,”  she noted.

Mrs. Delmaude Ryan from the Deputy Governor’s office assisted by PC Benjamin Rasool presented awards to officers who excelled in various areas of training. PC 44 Brenda Gordon received the baton of honour – (an award for the student who performed well in the course and whose behaviour and deportment was exemplary; an excellent team player). She also received awards for best deportment, Best drill and best public speaking.

PC 17 Rakesh Jailall received the Best Endeavour – (an award designed for the student who demonstrates the tenacity to succeed).  The best at Police duty subjects – (an award designed for the student who achieved the highest overall scores in the police duty subjects) went to PC 33 Chamella Carlisle; while PC 43 Laurell Allen received the best at physical award.

PC Benjamin Rasool delivered the vote of thanks. The ceremony concluded with Precision Drills to the rhythm of Arrow’s “Hot! Hot! Hot!” to the delight of an excited crowd of family, friends and well-wishers.