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    February 24

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Two RBPF members cop regional awards


Added 05 May 2018


Acting Inspector Roland Cobbler and Sergeant Mitchell Roach after receiving their awards. (GP)

Barbadian police officers, Acting Inspector Roland Cobbler and detective Sergeant Mitchell Roach have copped the Awards of Top Caribbean Community Policing Officer and Top Caribbean Crime Fighter, respectively.

The presentation took place at the Amalgamated Security Services Regional Recognition Awards Programme for Public Law Enforcement during the hosting of the 33rd Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police.

The conference was hosted from April 30 to May 4, 2018 at the Iberostar Hotel & Resort Montego Bay, Jamaica.

During the hosting of the conference, the region’s most outstanding officers in three specific categories, namely, the Top Caribbean Community Policing Officer, Top Caribbean Crime Fighter, and Top Caribbean Career Mover were acknowledged.

Cobbler was adjudged Sergeant Shakisha Minors of the Bermuda Police Service was the first runner-up in the Top Caribbean Community Policing Officer category while Constable Cyril Charles of the Royal St Lucia Police Force was adjudged the second runner-up. 

Ishmael Pitt of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service was the first runner-up in the category of Top Caribbean Crime Fighter while Detective Constable Troy Joseph of the Grenada Police Force was adjudged the second runner-up.

The award for the Top Caribbean Career Mover was presented to Assistant Superintendent of Police Andre Norton of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. 

The Commissioner of Police and the senior command team of the Royal Barbados Police Force acknowledged and congratulated both Cobbler and Roach. (PR/NB)


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