SVG Ex-Police Association elects new executive
January 20, 2017

SVG Ex-Police Association elects new executive

A new executive has been elected to oversee the business of the St Vincent and the Grenadines Ex-Police Association.

At a meeting of the association held on Saturday, December 3, 2016, Marsden Sam, the outgoing vice-president, was elected president, with president James Blugh returning to the executive as vice-president.

The other members of the executive are: Nelson Samuel – chaplain; Cecile McMaster – secretary; Philbert Hackshaw – assistant secretary; Alfred Peters – treasurer; Jonathan Nicholls – public relations officer; David Charles – committee member; Arnold Duncan – committee member; Michael Charles – committee member; Ashley Culzac – committee member.

The SVG Ex-Police Association was established in October of 2004. The Association went dormant for a few years, but was revived in October, 2013.

The Association celebrated its third anniversary with a dinner at Club SOV, Villa, on December 10, 2016.

Among the major objectives of the SVG Ex-Police Association is to work closely with the RSVG Police Force, making its services available where necessary, in an effort to assist in the development of that organization.

Membership to the Association is open to retired police officers of the local, regional and international police organizations.