COP Greenslade appoints Steven Seymour to Executive rank as ACP

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Changes at the top brass of the RBPF as COP draws greater talent into his Executive room

Super COP of Police, Ellison Greenslade appoints ACP Steven Seymour to top brass.

Nassau, Bahamas — Officers around the country are expressing joy following the announcement of by the Commissioner of Police to promote one of their own.

A statement issued yesterday read, “The Commissioner of Police is pleased to announce that in accordance with Article 119(2) of the Constitution; His Excellency, the Governor General, has approved the appointment of Mr. Stephen Seymour to the substantive rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police with effect from 1 July, 2012.”

Mr. Steven Seymour joined the Royal Bahamas Police Force on 23 September 1975. He spent most of his policing career in CID now known as the Central Detective Unit.

Sources on the Force confirmed that the delayed promotion was a long time coming.

“He is a capable officer who has made and will continue to make a valuable contribution to the institution. Mr. Seymour’s appointment comes with the full blessing of the Commissioner of Police, who for the first time is delivering full control of the force without political interference. Crime is down, and the COP’s plan to stem violence and present a peaceful society is now taking shape.”

POSTINGS:

OIC Carmichael Division

Tribunal District Headquarters

OIC Grove Division

Aide – Protection & Security Officer to Prime Minister

Complaints & Corruption

Prosecutions Section

Grove Police Station

Police Training College

Rum Cay Police Station

Central Police Station

Southern Police Station – Nov 1984 – Jan 1985

Criminal Investigation Department

ACP Steven Seymour

Mr. Steven Seymour graduated from Bahamas Academy and is currently the holder of a Post Graduate Certificate in Criminal Justice and Police Management from the University of Leicester , United Kingdom . He also successfully completed the International Commanders Programme at Centrex Worldwide Policing Excellence International Faculty of Bramshill.

He has participated in a number of Local and International Courses including:-

Corporal Development Course

Sergeant Initial Course

Sergeant Development Course

Sergeant Management

Inspector’s Management Course

Certification of Completion – Pointman Leadership Institute

V.I.P. Security Course (Training and Body Guard Duties), Royal Bahamas Police Force.

Criminal Law & Detective Skills ,Metropolitan Police Detective Training School, Hendon London England

Airport Investigation Course, Metropolitan Police Institute, Dade County, Florida

Homicide Investigations Course, Metropolitan Police Institute, Dade County- Florida

Homicide Investigations Course, Metropolitan Police Institute, Dade County- Florida

Advanced Homicide Investigation Course – Metropolitan Police Institute- Dade County- Florida

Sexual Crimes Investigation Course – Metropolitan Police Institute- Dade County- Florida

Diploma in ( FLIR) and Night Vision – International Association of Criminal Investigators

Certification in Technical Video Surveillance I – Law Enforcement Technology Centre

Certification in Legal Environment, General Legal Principals and Magistrate Court Procedures – Ilex Paralegal Training

( Continued Ed- COB)

Certification in Law from Continued Ed- College of the Bahamas

49th Commanders Certification – Institute of Public Safety- Broward Community College Certification in Cultural Diversity- University of Louisville

Command Officers Development Course – Department of Justice Administration (College of Arts and Sciences) University of Louisville

AFFILIATION:

National Organization of Black Law Enforcement (NOBLE)

International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)

International Association of Criminal Investigators (IACI)

Mr. Seymour is the recipient of the Police Force’s Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct. He is also the holder of Five (5) Commissioner’s Commendation.

He is married and has three children.

Chief Inspector Wilfred Jack Sr

RBPF Mourns the Death of Retired Police Chief Inspector Wilfred Jack Sr.

It is with a deep sense of sadness and regret that the Commissioner of Police records the death of Retired Police Chief Inspector Wilfred Jack Sr.

Condolences are extended to the family and close friends of Mr. Jack Sr.

Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date.

Funeral Service for the late Local Constable Hubert Alex Newman

Funeral Services for the late Local Constable Hubert Alex Newman will be held at 11:00 am on Friday 30th November, 2012 at Evangelic Assembly, Baillou Hill Road and Flemming Street.

Local Constable Hubert Alex Newman

The service will be conducted by Rev. Sharon Nairn assisted by Father Stephen Davies, Force Chaplin & Education Officer and other Ministers of the Gospel.

Funeral arrangements are being handled by Clarkes Funeral Home, Tonique Williams Darling Highway. Interment will follow at the Infant View Cemetery.

R/Cpl. 912 Hubert Newman enlisted in the Royal Bahamas Police Force on the 24th September, 2007 and was attached to the Police Tourism Unit.

Condolences are extended to the family and close friends of R/Cpl. Newman.