Duncan And Jordan Crowned As Outstanding Cops For 2018

Corporal 377 Angello Duncan and W.P.C 599 Romancia Jordan are the newly crowned policeman and policewoman of the year respectively for the year 2018.

These titles were conferred on them at the annual Police award and retirement ceremony, which was held on the 28.12.2018 under the theme “Above and Beyond, Rewarding Dedication to Duty and Country.”

The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (RSVPF), honored its officers, staff and retirees, at the, under the theme: The goal of the ceremony was to recognize the awardees outstanding performance in the line of duty as well as their efforts to protect their communities and support their various departments in 2018.

It was a night full of heightened spirits and admiration, as Police Officers past and present, as well as friends and family members of the Royal Constabulary, came out in their numbers to support the sixty-one (61) awardees and seventeen (17) retirees who were being recognized.

President of the Police Welfare Association (PWA) Station Sergeant (S/Sgt) Brenton Smith while delivering brief remarks, commended each of the officers for their service throughout their year and admonished them to continue setting a high standard in the organization.

He also highlighted some of the initiatives of the PWA, notably the Police retirement plan that the Welfare Association has been working arduously to promote.

S/Sgt Smith also highlighted the importance of officers furthering their studies, as it leads to further personal development as well as helping to improve the quality of service they deliver to the public.

S/Sgt Smith also recognized the contribution of the retired officers for their years of service to the nation as well as their services rendered to the RSVPF.