Caribbean Airlines Essay

605 WordsMay 18, 20133 Pages
Acting Police Com-missioner Leroy Brumell on Friday charged a group of policemen and women to be good ambassadors and to act professionally in their communities, saying if they do so, they will get respect. Police chief Leroy Brumell (centre), Deputy Commissioner Seelall Persaud ((left) and Senior Superintendent Paul Williams (right) with the best student from each course Brumell was at the time speaking at the passing out parade on Friday at the Tactical Services Unit Square, Eve Leary, where 131 constables graduated. The ranks were from the probationer’s Final Training Course No 1 and 2/2013, Recruit Courses 308 and 309 and Immigration Course No 1/2013. Brumell told the graduands that they are now ambassadors of the Guyana Police Force (GPF). He noted that emphasis has been placed on training in the GPF, with some $200 million budgeted for that sector; however, the force did not get the entire amount, so it will have to prioritise training. The commissioner noted that GPF ranks are trained both locally and overseas. Currently, there are two groups of police officers in Trinidad, one set in Russia and one set in Korea undergoing training. He told the ranks from the final training course that after two years, they are being given the final tools to go return to their communities to perform their duties. The police chief added: “We expect that when you go to your respective villages, your supervisors will see changes in you, changes which you acquire while you were in training.” “You need to look at yourself as ambassadors in this noble organisation, which is indispensable and we don’t ‘streak’, we have to maintain law and order and that is what we do,” the commissioner said. He urged the officers to develop themselves no matter the odds against them. Do not fall among thorns Brumell then told the immigration ranks not to “let our hands fall, because we

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