Commissioner of Police Mr. C.G Walwyn made official visit to Nevis
Commissioner of Police Mr. Celvin G Walwyn
RSCNPF, Basseterre, St. Kitts, (Thursday 08th September, 2011) – Newly appointed Commissioner of Police Mr. Celvin G Walwyn made his first official courtesy call to the Nevis Division on Wednesday 7th September 2011.
Commissioner Walwyn was accompanied by his Deputy and two Assistant Commissioners along with Lt. Mr. Ancil Alexander a fingerprint and forensic expert and Inspector Vaughan Henderson his newly appointed Staff Officer.
Commissioner Walwyn first met with the rank and file of the Nevis Division in what is known as Commissioners Lecture. Commissioner Walwyn impacted the rank and file with his vast experience and also made it unequivocally clear that he is here to take the organization to a next level.
Commissioner Walwyn admonished the officers to adhere to the policy guidelines and the laws governing the police as he is a stickler for policy. According to Commissioner Walwyn, “I am here to support you, I am all about officer safety. If you are right I will support you 100 percent but if you are wrong you will be investigated and dealt with according to the punishments laid down in the policy.”
Nevis Division of Police
He went on to say he is here to help raise the morale of the police and to help restore public trust and confidence in the police and that he will hold himself personally responsible to the policy and lead by example.
Commissioner Walwyn then paid a courtesy call to the Hon. Joseph Parry, Premier of Nevis. Following that he visited all the police stations and police residences on Nevis. Commissioner Walwyn and his delegation were hosted by Acting Superintendent Hilroy Brandy, Divisional Commander Nevis Division and were treated to a sumptuous lunch at the Oualie Beach Restaurant before they returned to St. Kitts at the day’s end.