Each application will be judged based on the following:
- Knowledge of job
- Communication Skills
All nominations must be received by the last day of February of each year and will be judged by a panel of distinguished judges.
Winners will be announced in April of each year and will be awarded at the ACCP Annual General Meeting and Conference of that same year.
Top Caribbean Career Move - First Runner Up Assistant Superintendent Ms. Mashama Sealy Royal St. Lucia Police ForceASP Sealy joined the Royal St. Lucia Police Force in June 1998. She is being described as a person with exemplary work ethics who strongly believes in actions that are beneficial to others and to her organization as opposed to the need for personal gain. In 2011 she was responsible for deploying the CARICOM Disaster Relief Unit, to assist Haiti after the earthquake. ASP Sealy has also been a facilitator in the RSS Basic Course from 2008 to 2010, as well as a facilitator and syndicate leader in the annual RSS Staff and Command Course from 2008, and then 2010 to 2014. Currently (2015) she is a Ph.D. candidate pursuing her studies in Organizational Leadership.
Top Caribbean Career Move - Winner Inspector Hawkins Nanton Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police ForceInspector Nanton joined the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force in August 2012 being placed in the Public Relations and Complaints Department where, as the second in command, he noticeably improved the professionalism in this department and the positive visibility of the Police Force in the public. He not only communicates various youth and community programmes but is heavily involved in their execution. He also co-hosts “Police on the beat”, a weekly programme on national radio and has driven his organizations’ ICT engagement to the next level, with a planned launch for a new website this year (2015). Inspector Nanton is considered by his colleagues and superiors as a model officer and in their mind, there is no doubt that his outstanding performance has significantly contributed to the reduction of general crime in St. Vincent.
Top Caribbean Community Policing Officer - Second Runner Up Corporal Stephen Billy Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police ForceCorporal Billy joined the Royal St. Vincent and Grenadines Police Force in October 2002. He excelled already during his initial training period. After 5 years of outstanding work, he was transferred to the Chateaubelair Police Station where he got deeply involved in the philosophy of community policing. He was one of the two creators of the Police Youth Club and continued to set up a number of other Police Youth Clubs. Today there are 25 clubs with approximately 2,000 members. Exemplary officers like Corporal Billy have greatly improved the relationships between the Police and communities and his specific work and leadership has prevented hundreds of young persons from gravitating towards a life of crime.
Top Caribbean Community Policing Officer - First Runner Up Woman Constable Silvina James Royal St. Lucia Police ForceConstable James joined the Royal St. Lucia Police Force in December 2001. When assuming duty, WPC James observed a need for collaboration amongst all youth groups due to the magnitude of problems displayed by these young persons. Consequently, she conducted town hall and community discussions with various groups, thereby creating within the communities a greater level of trust and confidence in the Police. She is being described as an officer who by her outstanding actions has turned around the lives of many young persons who thought there was no hope for them anymore. Her impressive performance has resulted in a drastic decrease in crime at the Micoud Police Station.
Top Caribbean Community Policing Officer - Winner Constable Cornelius Pompey Royal Cayman Islands Police ForceConstable Pompey joined the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service in June 1990. In 2006, Constable Pompey was awarded the Commissioners Commendation for Exceptional Service and Dedication for Community Policing. Ever since this self-motivated officer has participated in various training related to community policing and launched countless numbers of community programmes. He also co-produced and produced the first-ever radio and TV programs for the Police Service in the Cayman Islands and is described as somebody who functions for the communities as a regularly visible focal point for life issues, thereby providing members of the communities with long-term reassurance. Nominee: Assistant Commissioner Clifton Hicken – Guyana Police Force
Top Caribbean Crime Fighter - Second Runner Up Inspector Trevor Bailey Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police ForceInspector Bailey is a 24 years veteran who joined the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force in November 1990. After 20 consecutive years in the Criminal Investigations Department, he is today the head of the Major Crimes Unit. He has a truly impressive record of arrests and subsequent convictions and led numerous investigations in “crime hot spots”. He is described as an officer who has significantly contributed to make St. Vincent and the Grenadines a safer place.
Top Caribbean Crime Fighter - First Runner Up Constable Milawn Frank Royal Grenada Police ForceConstable Frank joined the Royal Grenada Police Force in February 2000 and is described as a team player who takes great pride in his work and continuously goes the extra mile to get the job done. Having received numerous specialized training, Constable Frank applied the knowledge gained and as a result, achieved a deeply impressive success rate in his investigations and the resulting convictions.
Top Caribbean Crime Fighter - Winner Inspector Eddie Monlouis Royal St. Lucia Police ForceInspector Monlouis joined the Royal St. Lucia Police Force in October 1997 and since then has accomplished many successes. During his 17 years of service, Inspector Monlouis has participated in over 5,000 counter crime operations that resulted in the seizure of over 10,000 kg of cocaine locally and contributed to the improved delivery control regionally and internationally. He averted a major prison break including a Venezuelan drug lord, disrupted the activities of two major gangs in St. Lucia and developed a Central Intelligence Forum (CIF) on the island which has created agency interoperability and increased crime fighting information sharing among 24 agencies.