Royal Montserrat Police Service announces promotions to new members, know details

The Commissioner of Police and members of the Royal Montserrat Police Service are pleased to announce the promotions of our newest members to supervisory roles, according to the update by Police Service.

Montserrat: The Commissioner of Police and members of the Royal Montserrat Police Service are pleased to announce the promotions of our newest members to supervisory roles, according to the update by Police Service.

As per the update, the following employees have been promoted as of the recent Sergeant Promotional Process, effective changes as of the 1st April 2023.

Sergeant of Police Sharm Charles, No. 37, has twelve (12) years in the Service and will commence duties at the Marine Department.

Sergeant of Police Maxcine Lee, No. 21, has seventeen (17) years in the Service and will commence duties at the Human Resource Department, Police Headquarters.

Sergeant George Gilford No. 98 has over fifteen (15) years in the Service and will commence duties at the Beat & Patrol Department, Police Headquarters, as a Supervising officer on one of the shifts.

Sergeant Phillip McPherson, No. 35, has over ten (10) years in the Service; he will commence duties at the Beat & Patrol Department, Police Headquarters, as a Supervising officer on one of the shifts.

Sergeant Jacqueline Campbell, No. 40, has over fifteen (15) years in the Service and will commence duties at the Scenes of Crime Office (SOCO), Police Headquarters, as the Sergeant in charge of the department.

Effective changes as of the 1st May 2023
Sergeant Laurel Allen, No. 43, has twelve (12) years in the Service and will commence duties at the Child Safeguarding Department as the Supervising officer in charge of the department.

Effective changes as of the 1st June 2023
Sergeant Shamoya Grant, No. 93, has over ten (10) years of Service and will take over duties at the Traffic Department as the supervising officer of that department.

In addition to this, the Royal Montserrat Police Service congratulated each one of the officers on their promotion. “We continue to encourage hard work and dedication toward the development of Service,” it further stated.

George Henry

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