IACP Leaders Contribute to Caribbean Commissioners Conference

Yesterday, IACP President Walter A. McNeil delivered IACP greetings to the 27th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP) in Nassau, the Bahamas.

Seated, from right, with commissioners standing: Fr. Stephen Davies, Force Chaplain; Chief Walter A. McNeil, IACP President; Ellison E. Greenslade, Commissioner, Royal Bahamas Police Force; the Right Honorable Perry G. Christie, Prime Minister, the Commonwealth of the Bahamas; and the Honorable Bernard J. Nottage, Minister of National Security, the Bahamas

Seated, from right, with commissioners standing: Fr. Stephen Davies, Force Chaplain; Chief Walter A. McNeil, IACP President; Ellison E. Greenslade, Commissioner, Royal Bahamas Police Force; the Right Honorable Perry G. Christie, Prime Minister, the Commonwealth of the Bahamas; and the Honorable Bernard J. Nottage, Minister of National Security, the Bahamas

President McNeil’s greetings preceded those of the Right Honorable Perry G. Christie , Prime Minister of the Bahamas; and the Honorable Bernard J. Nottage, Minister of National Security.

President McNeil was invited by Royal Bahamas Police Force Commissioner Ellison E. Greenslade, who currently serves as the president of the ACCP and the IACP World Regional chair for Central American/Caribbean Countries.

Accompanying President McNeil are Immediate Past IACP President Mark Marshall, Sheriff, Isle of Wight County, Virginia, Sheriff’s Office; and IACP International Division Director Paul Santiago.

Throughout the first day of the meeting, the IACP contributed materially to the discussions.

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