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Eleven Police officers complete six week computer training course

The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis in its efforts to serve and protect the community continues to strengthen its institutional capacity.

Eleven Police Officers and one Traffic Warden have completed a six-week basic  Computer Training Course undertaken by the Force Personnel’s Office

The course is aimed at preparing Officers, Wardens and civilian members of staff to utilize the computer-based data collection systems being put in place.

At the end of the course the most outstanding trainee award, went to Wendel Edwards.

The Course was facilitated by Technical Operations Coordinator for the Force, Shirman White

Following the course a graduation ceremony was held at the Police Training School on Friday 25th October where Assistant Commissioner of Police with the responsibility for Operations, Adolph Adams, congratulated the trainees on their new skills.

He told them that such training will aid their fight against crime in an age of computer and technology. 

 The Force Personnel Officer, Clifford Govia, also registered his sentiments to the trainees telling them that they had demonstrated the understanding that computers are fundamental to the crime fighting effort.