Editorial Staff
2 months ago

Editorial Staff
2 months ago

‘My goal was to serve the people, not to seek awards’

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The Citation issued from Government House praises ASP Mercury’s exceptional dedication and integrity, which have made a lasting impact on the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda.

ASP Mercury’s unwavering commitment to his homeland has been a testament to his career in law enforcement, which spans 37 years.

He was born in St. Vincent and the Grenadines and joined the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda to serve the people of his country to the best of his abilities.

ASP Mercury’s journey in the force included spending most of his time in the Criminal Investigations Department, where he helped the force solve major crimes and keep criminal activities at a minimum. He now serves as Aide De Camp to the Governor General.

ASP Mercury expressed his joy in receiving the King’s Police Medal Award, stating that it was never his intention to serve for rewards or special recognition.

He remained focused on the job and doing his best as an officer in the police force. ASP Mercury is proud to have made history as the first police officer from Antigua and Barbuda to receive the medal from King Charles.

1 Comment

  1. Clarity

    How can a St.vincent and the Grenadines man get such a high honor in Antigua police force and there have officers from Antigua and Barbuda that has done so much more and not get no recognition..whomever wrote this did not read this before publishing


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