Recruitment of Specialist Officers Will Boost the Capabilities of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force
In its bid to further strengthen the capabilities of the police force, The Ministry of National Security has recruited two senior level officers out of Jamaica.
Joining the ranks are retired detective inspector of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, Marcia Garrick and retired senior superintendent Colin Pinnock.
The recruitment of these two senior officials was made public by Prime Minister, Dr. The Honourable Timothy Harris, on the “Straight Talk” radio programme.
Ms. Garrick, who comes in with over thirty-seven years of Experience in investigating sexual offences and child abuse, will be assigned to the special victims unit as the lead investigator on matters of sexual offences. She will also assist with upgrading the unit, advise on staffing and human resource matters, as well as conduct in-service training of staff.
Mr. Pinnock will be attached to the violent crimes unit and the criminal investigations department of the police force, where he will occasionally serve as lead investigator and consult on investigations involving major crimes.
Throughout his 40 year career, Mr. Pinnock received thirteen commendations and a medal of honour for meritorious service in 2014.