Graduation Ceremony for Computer Class 2013 Phase One (1)
BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS (June 4, 2013) — On Thursday 23rd May 2013, the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force held its graduation ceremony for its first in a series of in-house Computer Classes which are facilitated by the Force’s Technologist, Sherman White. Participants for the classes were police officers and Traffic Wardens. The computer classes are part of Commissioner C.G. Walwyn’s initiative in enhancing the computer skills and knowledge of every member of the Force.
At the ceremony Superintendent Moore, Commandant of the Police Training Complex in his remark told the participants that, “it is critical that we develop our human resource”.
Facilitator, Sherman White in his address thanked Commissioner C.G. Walwyn for having the faith and confidence in him to conduct the training.
Deputy Commissioner Stafford Liburd, Director of Training in his remarks said that under the leadership of the Commissioner C.G. Walwyn, the Police Force has been held at a high standard and using information technology will make improvements in administration and fight against crime.
Corporal Kevin Powell was named the best graduating student, and in his remarks he stated that when he first started the classes he knew very little about computers. He therefore thanked Mr. White for his contribution, and boasted of now knowing how to make business cards and draft other important documents.
Commissioner C.G. Walwyn in his remarks said thanked the high command for supporting this initiative. Commissioner C.G. Walwyn gave a famous quote by saying, “An attitude is like a flat tire it would not take you far unless you change it.”
The Commissioner C.G. Walwyn in his concluding thanked the administrator and staff of AVEC for permitting the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force the use of their facility.