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Officers mark 30 years of service


Seven members of the Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force celebrated a milestone achievement on Sunday, January 10, 2016, when they marked their 30th anniversary as law enforcement officers.{{more}}

The celebrants, who were enlisted on January 10, 1986, are Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Joel James, second in charge of Fire Department; Inspectors of Police Calvin Glasgow and Daniel Hall; Station Sergeant of Police Patricia Williams; Sergeant of Police Ashley Francis; and Corporals of Police Tosby Lewis and Dornette Alexander.

ASP James said: “As the highest ranking officer of the remaining batch, I feel elated and can speak for my other colleagues in achieving such an ineffable milestone. I was the last person to be promoted from my course, but never stopped working hard. Over the years, we have shown determination as a group to go on, with our goals in sight.”

Thirty-five recruits commenced the police training course in 1986.

The Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force congratulates the officers on their achievement.