#Providenciales, August 13, 2019 – Turks and Caicos – The New Executive Leadership Team of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force (RTCIPF) officially gets to work Monday, August 12th, 2019. This team led by Commissioner of Police Mr. Trevor Botting is tasked with making strategic decisions on all aspects of policing as well as the units that are responsible for finance, Human resources and development, information technology and communications.
Commissioner Botting said he has complete confidence in his new executive team to continue strong leadership and stability needed to move ahead. He added, “I am happy to have an executive team with over 100 years of policing experience collectively; this can only enable this organization to deliver outstanding work during this critical period. I have enjoyed working with this team during my tenure as Deputy Commissioner and I am confident that with their support, we can lead this organization towards greatness”.
We are pleased to announce that the new team will see Assistant Commissioner of Police Mr. Wayne Jones heading Crime and Disorder, Intelligence, Tasking, and Coordination, Safeguarding and Public Protection, Marine Branch, Search and Rescue, Police Records, Command and Control, and Firearms Licensing; Assistant Commissioner of Police Mr. Kendall Grant heads the Divisions, Community Policing, 911, Traffic and Prison Liaison; Deputy Commissioner of Police Mr. Rodney Adams, is responsible for Performance, Professional Standards, Human Resources and Training, Policy, Emergency Planning, and Disaster Management, and Commissioner of Police Mr. Trevor Botting is the Force Strategic lead, managing Strategic Planning, Budget and Finance, Media and Communications, Corporate Services, Force Executive, Capital Projects and the Commissioner’s Office.
The rank structure of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force follows the United Kingdom’s Scotland Yard usage: Constable; Sergeant; Inspector; Assistant Superintendent; Superintendent, Assistant Commissioners, a Deputy Commissioner, and the Commissioner.
There are just over 300 members on the force, sworn and civilian staff.
Release: TCI Police