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Twenty one members of the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines are today,(Tuesday) celebrating 21 of service to the Government and people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. 

To commemorate the milestone, members of Course #22 will be participating in a number of social activities including a picnic. 

“The elated officers while reflecting on their achievement noted that they were enlisted on September 13, 2002, and commence training with 44 recruits,” the Police Public Relations and Complaints Department said.

However, only 21 of those successful recruits are a part of the organisation today. The remaining members of Course #22 are Station Sergeant Colbert Samuel; Sergeants Angello Duncan, Justin Cupid,  and Jarod Lewis; Corporals Thaddeus Bushay, Roycon John, Roderick John, Vertil Davis, Salvan Browne, Mikel Bowens, Hadley Ballantyne, Angus Hoyte and Kimm Simmons; and, Constables Othneil Baptiste, Gareth Henry, Leonard Galley, Terry Pompey, Andre John, Shemron Roberts, Dave Toby and Adrian Ballantyne.  

“Commissioner of Police, Mr. Colin John, the gazetted officers and other ranks of the RSVGPF extend congratulations to the members of Course #22 on achievement and contribution to SVG and wish them all the best in their future endeavours,” the release said. 

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2 replies on “21 police officers celebrate 20 years of service ”

  1. Congratulations officers. Thumbs up to those who were elevated to Sergeants and station sergeants. Those who are still constables, it is over twenty years it time to move up the ranks. It time do a course and upgrade yourselves.

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