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VIPD of St. John Holds Officer Recognition Presentation

VIPD Quarterly Recognition Presentation acknowledged Officer Thompson Alexander, Officer Mitsy Prescod and Officer Josiah AngolV.I. Police Department officers attached to the St. John-Leander Jurgen Command held their Quarterly Recognition Presentation, providing acknowledgement to those outstanding officers covering the period of October– December 2015. The presentation was held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 7, at the St. John Legislative Building in Cruz Bay. The officers selected felt appreciated for their service.
Arlene Chalwell, St. John deputy chief of police, continues to build the moral of the officers under her command by continuously sharing sincere words of encouragement and presenting each officer chosen with a Plaque of Appreciation along with a hearty round of applause for their dedication.
Officer Thompson Alexander received the Officer of the Month Award – October for exemplifying great potential for leadership because he’s always reliable and reports for duty on time. He has been able to take charge and lead others by carrying out the duties of a supervisor in his or her absence. Alexander was also tasked with heading up the New Year’s Eve Initiative and recording the Action Plan.
Officer Josiah Angol received the Officer of the Month Award – November because he continues to always lend a helping hand when needed. Angol reports for duty on time and has always shown initiative by being an officer who is dedicated and dependable.
Officer Mitsy Prescod received the Officer of the Month Award – December, for always being ready to assist her fellow officers and exemplifying outstanding dependability by always being ready to take on a second shift when man power fails. Her impeccable service contributes to a positive work environment. Prescod went above and beyond her duty as she transformed the front desk operations by implementing a more direct and simplified method to operate the front desk.
 

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