Caymanian Marine Unit boss gets top cop prize

| 22/04/2016 | 0 Comments
Cayman News Service

Inspector Leo Anglin

(CNS): Inspector Leo Anglin, one of the first local officers to be fast-tracked through the ranks of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service on a specialist course, has won a regional police award for career development, which earned him US$5,000 as well as accolades. The school officer at the John Gray High School, PC Odale Mulgrave, was the second runner-up in the same awards programme for Caribbean Community Policing. The awards come at a time when the RCIPS management is facing widespread criticism from across the community and will come as a welcome boost to the regular officers.

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