Thirty–two individuals graduate from the 29th Recruits Training Course

The Ministry of National Security, Immigration and Labour have pledged their commitment towards exercising law and order in Dominica.


This confirmation came from the Minister of National Security, Immigration and Labour, Honorable Charles Savarin, while addressing the graduation ceremony and passing out parade of thirty-two individuals who completed the commonwealth of Dominica police force 29th recruits training course.


The graduation ceremony was held under the auspices of the president, H.E Dr. Nicholas J.O Liverpool and Mrs. Liverpool at the police training school in Morne Bruce on Wednesday, January 12th, 2011.


Prime Minister of Dominica Honorable Roosevelt Skerrit says the government will do all in its power in ensuring the safety of citizens.


He says the Ministry of National Security is pleased to announce that another batch of officers are already in line for training in an effort, to further strengthen the police force.


A number of recruits were awarded at yesterday’s ceremony.


Davis Boyd who received the baton of honor, captured the awards for best recruit and best at police duty subjects and also.


The award for the first runner up for best recruit went to Israel St Ville, best at weapon training went to Abishai Matthew, best shot went to Les Bernabe, best at drills went to Clayton Mc Intyre, best at self defense went to Lenroy Valmond, best turned out male went to Les Bernabe, best turned out female went to Danah Samuel, best at PT male went to Les Bernabe and best at PT female went to Ulyna Blanc.


Fenrick Christopher received the Commissioners Shield.

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