(ZIZ News) – On Friday, 19 members of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force and Her Majesty’s Customs and Excise Department were presented with certificates of participation at the closing of the Bramshill Policing Advisors Investigator Course.
Course participant, Sergeant Ramonge Bassue-Benjamin gave an overview, stating that the course has allowed the police force to become more uniformed in investigative skills.
He said, “We were refreshed on the actions of investigative strategies, the role of the senior investigative officer, the purpose of investigation, the community impact assessment, exhibit handling, the golden hour and forensic evidence investigations.”
In addressing the participants, Acting Commissioner of Police Stafford Liburd encouraged them to share the knowledge gained with fellow officers.
The two-week course was facilitated by Bramshill Policing Advisors Sergeant Steve France, Robert Varey, Gary Scarth and David King of the United Kingdom.