Four members of the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police celebrated 25 years’ service with the Force yesterday Sunday July 15.
The Officers who have achieved this milestone are Inspector Junior Simmons, Head of the Public Relations and Complaints Department and the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Unit, Chief Petty Officer Vincent Gordon, attached to the Coast Guard Service, Sgt. 264 Dwight Matthews, attached to the Police Band and Cpl. 211 Jack, stationed at the Stubbs Police Station.
They are the only four remaining Officers who were enlisted into the Police Force on July 15, 1993 from a batch of twenty recruits.
The Officers expressed gratitude to Almighty God for guiding them throughout their journey in the Police Force, as well as their families and friends for their support, their fellow training recruits, and all the persons who contributed to their development and career as Police Officers.
Commissioner of Police Colin John, and the officers and members of the Police Force extend congratulations to Officers Simmons, Gordon, Matthews and Jack on their achievement and dedication to duty and wish them success in the future.