Police Officers Receive Training in India and at the FBI
Two Officers from the Royal Montserrat Police Service are receiving further development training overseas.
Inspector Maleka Newell has been selected for the Indian Technical & Economic Cooperation Programme.
She will participate in an 8 weeks Certificate Course in Leadership, Motivation & Change Management Strategies.
Meanwhile, Sergeant Tyrone Fenton has been selected for a 3-month management capacity building and leadership training course at the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) training Academy, Quantico Virginia.
The training programs give both officers the potential to take on leadership roles in the future in the RMPS.
This is also part of the implementation of RMPS Succession Plan and Strategy to develop officers and management capacity for the long-term sustainability of the RMPS and Fire and Rescue Service.
Sergeant Micha Hilton, Clyde Rogers of the Customs & Revenue Service and Police Constable Leon Edwards were three RMFS nominees who successfully completed training as recipients of the Indian Technical Corporation Scholarship
The Office of the Commissioner says it is grateful to the Indian Government and the United States Department of Justice for extending the two training opportunities to the RMPS that will enhance the delivery of Law enforcement services to the public.