Amalgamated Security Regional Recognition Awards Programme Ceremony for Public Law Enforcement 2015

Amalgamated Security awards Caribbean Top Cops 2015

In December 2014, Amalgamated Security Services Limited in partnership with the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP) launched the 'Amalgamated Security Services Regional Recognition Awards Programme for Public Law Enforcement' at its Annual General Meeting in Miami. On May the 12th, 2015, eight (8) outstanding Caribbean Police Officers were recognized at the inaugural Awards Ceremony held in St. Kitts for the first time.

For 2016, the second set of winners and runners-up in the Regional Recognition Awards Programme  will be recognized at the inaugural ceremony to be held at the 31st Annual General Meeting & Conference of the ACCP in Suriname.

The winners and runners-up are as follows:

Top Caribbean Career Move:

  • Winner -  Inspector Leo Anglin, Cayman Islands
  • First Runner-Up - Woman Inspector Vena Butler, Trinidad and Tobago
  • Second Runner-Up - Assistant Superintendent Bryan Isaacs, Suriname

Top Caribbean Crime Fighter:

  • Winner - Ag Detective Chief Insp Adrian Kartick, British Virgin Islands
  • First Runner-Up - Inspector Ray John, Antigua and Barbuda
  • Second Runner-Up - Constable Clifford Charles, Grenada
  • Snr. Superintendent - David Abraham, Trinidad and Tobago

Top Caribbean Community Police Officer:

  • Winner - Corporal Ted King, St. Lucia
  • First Runner-Up - Sergeant Dianne Dumont, Grenada
  • Second Runner-Up - Constable Odale Mulgrave, Cayman Islands
Amalgamated Security Services Limited in collaboration with the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police presented prestigious awards to Top Cops in the Caribbean 2015

Regional Recognition 2015

Award Ceremony

Trophies and US$5,000.- are awarded to each of the three winners of the ‘2015 Amalgamated Security Services Regional Recognition Awards Programme for Public Law Enforcement’


ASSL’s Chairman offers up to US$20,000,000.- finance funding to each Caribbean Police Force

Edgar Aboud, Director at ASSL, reports on ASSL’s regional development and training opportunities for Public Law Enforcement

Head of Amalgmated's ESIS, offers the Caribbean Police Commissioners Support and Access to Innovative Technologies

Dr. Maurice Aboud, Chief Forensic & Criminalistics Officer at ASSL, offers free forensic kits to the Caribbean Police Commissioners

Cultural Night & Other Activities
The Booth
Published Articles


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