Governor of Gibraltar visits the Royal Gibraltar Police

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The Governor on board the patrol vessel.

AS PART of an on-going programme of familiarisation with different parts of Gibraltar, the governor, Lieutenant General Edward Davis visited the Royal Gibraltar Police (RGP) on March 4.

On arrival at the police station in New Mole House, the Governor was received by the Commissioner of Police, Eddie Yome, who introduced him to members of the first group of 2016 new recruits who are now in their seventh week of training as well as the trainers and senior officials of the RGP.

Throughout the morning, the Commanders of Operations, criminological and Protective Services and Divisions of Planning, Development and Support briefed the governor on their respective responsibilities and activities. 

The Governor also met with police units Proximity (Neighbourhood Policing) and Traffic facilities in Rosia and completed his tour with a visit to the base of the Maritime Unit, where he met members of the Maritime divisions, diving and dog handlers before accompanying a maritime patrol into British Gibraltar Territorial Waters aboard the interceptor boat of the RGP.

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