Police & Prision Officers Recognised At Queen’s Birthday

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June 12, 2018 10:40 am AST
Photo Credit: GIS/Franklyn Skerritt
Officers from the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force and Her Majesty’s Prison were recognised and presented with long service medals at the official celebration of the Birthday of Her Majesty the Queen.

His Excellency the Governor Augustus J. U. Jaspert presiding over his first Queen’s Birthday celebrations locally on Saturday, June 9, inspected the parade accompanied by the Parade Commander, Superintendent Jacqueline Vanterpool and the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Michael Matthews.

The following officers received medals for their years of service;

OVERSEAS TERRITORIES POLICE FORCES MEDAL FOR LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT - 18 YEARS

Constable Daniel Ceasar

Constable Bruce Huggins

Constable Otis Martin

Constable Llewellyn Olliviere

Sergeant Kevin Joseph

Sergeant Vernon Larocque

FIRST CLASP TO THE OVERSEAS TERRITORIES POLICE FORCES MEDAL FOR LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT – 25 YEARS

Constable Clyde Farrington

Acting Sergeant Steve George

Constable Rudolph David

Constable Elvis Richards

Constable Cyril Thomas

Constable Job Trumpet

Constable O’Carol Williams-Olliviere

Sergeant George James

Inspector John Rhymer

Sergeant Claude Rhymer

Chief Inspector Bill Johnney

Inspector Selwyn Rock

Photo Credit: GIS/Franklyn Skerritt
SECOND CLASP TO THE OVERSEAS TERRITORIES POLICE FORCES MEDAL FOR LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT – 30 YEARS

Sergeant Kenneth Arthur

Sergeant Rawle Gibbons

Inspector Ivor Fraser

Superintendent Claudius Charles

FIRST CLASP TO THE OVERSEAS TERRITORIES PRISON SERVICE MEDAL FOR LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT – 25 YEARS

Sergeant Seymour Phillip

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