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Hilroy Brandy

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Nevis Hospital

Dubai,

United Arab Emirates

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Residents of Nevis are urged to utilize the Nevis-St. Maarten Winair route in order to keep the airline active in Nevis. The call came from Premier of Nevis, the Hon. Joseph Parry, during a press briefing at the Bath Hotel conference room, Monday morning. Th...more

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Nevis Police Officers Encouraged To Renew Pledge

nevisblog.com [cached]

Nevis Police Inspector - Hilroy Brandy
Nevis Police Inspector - Hilroy Brandy Divisional Commander of the Nevis branch of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force, Inspector Hilroy Brandy is calling on officers to renew their pledge thereby focusing on the division's three-year plan of ensuring "safer communities through partnership." Inspector Brandy made that call on Tuesday during his New Year's message in the Police Recreation Room at the Divisional Headquarters in Charlestown. With police officers being heavily scrutinized in 2010, Inspector Brandy applauded the performance of his officers. He said however that although the division met its objective of increasing the crime detection rate by 10.2 percent over the 2009 figures, its officers should increase efforts to ensure positive results. "Public confidence in policing service is our ultimate objective," Inspector Brandy said as he ordered police officers to work closely with the public in their crime detection and crime minimization efforts. "Without the assistance of the public, we cannot achieve our objectives. Let us reinforce the partnership with the community and be advocates for discipline," he added. Inspector Brandy, dressed in his sam brown-coloured, full inspector attire, informed officers that they were "part of the chain responsible for the overall performance of the Police Force." In reminding the officers of their roles as ambassadors of St. Kitts-Nevis and encouraging them to work cohesively, the Divisional Commander underpinned the importance of being "disciplined, regular, punctual, energetic, polite, vigilant, courteous, impartial, neatly attired and possess that willingness to learn." Inspector Brandy had been an officer for more than 29 years and previously served as Head of the Criminal Investigations Department; a position now held by Inspector Andre Mitchell.


www.niagov.com

Divisional Officer of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force, Nevis Division Superintendent Hilroy Brandy delivering remarks at the Division's annual New Year Blessing ceremony at headquarters in CharlestownNIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (January 07, 2013) -- Divisional Officer of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force, Nevis Division Superintendent Hilroy Brandy, described 2012 as a challenging one for the Division but through teamwork the Officers there had succeeded in reducing the crime rate that year by 4.4 percent over that of 2011.
Mr. Brandy made the disclosure at the Division's annual New Year Blessing ceremony on January 04, 2012, at the Divisional Headquarters in Charlestown and thanked all who made the feat possible. "I wish to thank the Commissioner of Police Mr. Walwyn for his leadership and the assistance given to the Division. Thanks must also go to ACP Liburd for his supportive role. To the community I say a heartfelt thank you to all for your trust and confidence that you have placed in us" he said. Notwithstanding, Mr. Brandy urged the officers stationed on Nevis to push on even if they were encountering difficulties in their professional or private lives.


The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer

www.thestkittsnevisobserver.com [cached]

Hilroy Brandy to Remain as Nevis Divisional Commander
According to Commissioner of Police Celvin Walwyn, Hilroy Brandy will remain as Head of the Nevis Division. The Commissioner spoke directly with The Observer to clear up information that had indicated Brandy would be losing his current position.


Nevis Police | Nevis Island Tourism Information Blog.

www.nevisblog.com [cached]

Hilroy Brandy - Nevis Police Inspector
Hilroy Brandy - Nevis Police Inspector Head of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force Nevis Division Inspector Hilroy Brandy said measures put in place to curb crime has started to bear fruit. Mr. Brandy said the Division had increased foot and mobile police visibility; increased public awareness in the prevention of burglary and housebreaking; increased community policing programmes; began working in partnership with other law enforcement agencies; reintroduced the School Liaison Programme; increased surveillance at the ports of entry and worked with the Customs Department to patrol the vulnerable cost line; promoted drug and gang resistance awareness in the schools and among community groups with assistance from Mr. Dan Mcmullin and Operation Future and developed drugs, firearms and gang intelligence and targeted offenders. In response to a question from Premier of Nevis and Minister responsible for Security Hon. Joseph Parry with regard to zero murders on the island for 2011 so far, Inspector Brandy said intelligence was a factor. "It is as a result of our intelligence and targeting offenders we have been successful for the year so far. We continue to train our officers and just last month four of our officers received crime scene management training from the Federal Police of the United States of America which was held in Basseterre St. Kitts," he said. Murder, Burglary and Drug related offences had increased on Nevis in 2010 over 2009 Inspector Brandy said and between January 2008 and December 2010 there were 1054 reported Breaking offences, which accounted for the majority of crimes committed. Mr. Brandy noted that his most recent check of the prison population for inmates from Nevis revealed 42 males and almost 88 percent were below 30 years of age. He said that statistic suggested that Nevis was already losing a generation of young men to criminal activity and listed some long and short term solutions that were simple goals which could lead to solutions for reclaiming the society.


Nevis Police Officers Encouraged To Renew Pledge

nevisblog.com [cached]

Nevis Police Inspector - Hilroy Brandy
Nevis Police Inspector - Hilroy Brandy Nevis Police Inspector - Hilroy Brandy Divisional Commander of the Nevis branch of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force, Inspector Hilroy Brandy is calling on officers to renew their pledge thereby focusing on the division's three-year plan of ensuring "safer communities through partnership." Inspector Brandy made that call on Tuesday during his New Year's message in the Police Recreation Room at the Divisional Headquarters in Charlestown. With police officers being heavily scrutinized in 2010, Inspector Brandy applauded the performance of his officers. He said however that although the division met its objective of increasing the crime detection rate by 10.2 percent over the 2009 figures, its officers should increase efforts to ensure positive results. "Public confidence in policing service is our ultimate objective," Inspector Brandy said as he ordered police officers to work closely with the public in their crime detection and crime minimization efforts. "Without the assistance of the public, we cannot achieve our objectives. Let us reinforce the partnership with the community and be advocates for discipline," he added. Inspector Brandy, dressed in his sam brown-coloured, full inspector attire, informed officers that they were "part of the chain responsible for the overall performance of the Police Force." In reminding the officers of their roles as ambassadors of St. Kitts-Nevis and encouraging them to work cohesively, the Divisional Commander underpinned the importance of being "disciplined, regular, punctual, energetic, polite, vigilant, courteous, impartial, neatly attired and possess that willingness to learn." Inspector Brandy had been an officer for more than 29 years and previously served as Head of the Criminal Investigations Department; a position now held by Inspector Andre Mitchell.


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