ACP Rodney in winners’ circle for top regional award

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For the second year in a row, a member of the Royal Police Force of Antigua & Barbuda (RPFAB) has earned the first runner-up position in a regional awards programme that highlights the professional advancement of law enforcement officers.
Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Atlee Rodney was adjudged second placed winner in the Top Caribbean Career Move Award for 2017, which is hosted annually by the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP).
ASP Rodney, who was nominated by the RPFAB, told OBSERVER media that he was happy to receive the accolade, which he shares with the entire police force.
“I am very thankful for the nomination which was made by the police and the administrative staff and I am also thankful for my God who has been sustaining me and my family. I am also thankful for the officers that I have worked with for the past 35 years and supervisors that have encouraged me to develop myself and I am thankful for their contribution in my entire career,” Rodney said.
The senior officer acknowledged that policing is a very good career, however, when officers are well prepared and equipped for the task, they will be better enabled to deliver good outcomes.
“I always try to improve myself as an individual and I know if I can gain new knowledge, new experiences, then I can in turn assist the entire police force and by extension Antigua & Barbuda,” ACP Rodney said.
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