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A new head for the Police Forensic Unit
February 06, 2017

The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police force is continuing to strengthen its institutional capacity as it deals with the increase in crime and violence here in the Federation.

 


A former Trinidad and Tobago Law Enforcement Officer Narace Ramnarine now heads the Forensic Unit in the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force.

 


 Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris in making the announcement during his monthly press conference on Wednesday, February 1st welcomed Mr. Ramnarine and noted that he was confident that he would do great work given his level of expertise.

 


Prime Minister Harris also promised to provide the unit with whatever resources it needs, in order to get the job done.


“He will now lead and transform our forensic unit into a world class effort. He comes with much experience and I have gathered to date that you have shown the correct kind of interest in what is happening. Whatever resources you need, we will provide,” said the minister of national security.


Commissioner of Police, Ian Queeley, shared similar sentiments, noting that Mr. Ramnarine comes with a wealth of experience in the forensic field. He further noted that the Force is of the view that his competence will be able to “lead the new thrust” that the institution is putting on forensics.


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