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Special Constables assist the RMPS in unnamed major and complex cases

The Governor was brief, revealing little on a matter whereby the end of February this year, credible and reliable sources, such as the Government official Gazette, over twenty special Police Constables had been sworn-in to service to the Royal Montserrat Police Service (RMPS) since September last year.

H E Elizabeth Carriere, Martin Dawson and Tony Bates

H E Elizabeth Carriere, Martin Dawson and Tony Bates

Governor Carriere during her March press conference was asked, “what has been the need, what have they been doing, and what special services have they been giving to us?”

“There are a variety of services that they’ve been giving to us, most of which we can’t speak about because they are involved in ongoing investigations,” as she deferred to her office head man Tony Bates.

“It’s fair to say that there are investigations that require external support,” Bates offered, continuing. “We’re not just talking about U.K. support but regional support.

Bates said there have been major and complex matters, “…and the Commissioner will be the first to admit that the Royal Montserrat Police Service does not have the required expertise to allow those investigations to progress.

Bates said further that the Commissioner requested external assistance on the MOU used with the U.K. and with other Caribbean Overseas Territories Police Services, “and those were met by those Police Services.”

 

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The Governor was brief, revealing little on a matter whereby the end of February this year, credible and reliable sources, such as the Government official Gazette, over twenty special Police Constables had been sworn-in to service to the Royal Montserrat Police Service (RMPS) since September last year.

H E Elizabeth Carriere, Martin Dawson and Tony Bates

H E Elizabeth Carriere, Martin Dawson and Tony Bates

Governor Carriere during her March press conference was asked, “what has been the need, what have they been doing, and what special services have they been giving to us?”

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“There are a variety of services that they’ve been giving to us, most of which we can’t speak about because they are involved in ongoing investigations,” as she deferred to her office head man Tony Bates.

“It’s fair to say that there are investigations that require external support,” Bates offered, continuing. “We’re not just talking about U.K. support but regional support.

Bates said there have been major and complex matters, “…and the Commissioner will be the first to admit that the Royal Montserrat Police Service does not have the required expertise to allow those investigations to progress.

Bates said further that the Commissioner requested external assistance on the MOU used with the U.K. and with other Caribbean Overseas Territories Police Services, “and those were met by those Police Services.”