Dwight Williams, former Police Constable #447, was dismissed from the Royal Grenada Police Force, by Acting Commissioner of Police, Edvin Martin in November, 2020.
Williams’ service was terminated after he pleaded guilty to 3 internal charges of Corrupt Practice and 1 charge of Making a False Entry. These charges stemmed from the collection of monies for Commitment Warrants, which was not paid into the court as was expected.
The RGPF thanked Williams for his service and wished him every success in his future endeavours.
Thanked him for his service??
Should have been charged and taken to court more like….
yes please. we have many crooked cops in our system that we need to get rid of. we don’t want to end up being feeling unsafe and uncomfortable by those who shall protect us and communities. I ask the RGPF to continue to dismiss those who are not willing to stand up to their meaning.
If you know who they are then report them
I find it very alarming when I hear people say .. there are so many crooked Cops and they don’t say a word
So, this matter was dealt with internally, leading to dismissal.
The report omits information on why there was no criminal prosecution for what appears to be a significant breach of public trust. We must continue to speculate!
We trust our children to police, teachers, and doctors. People in those professions must be of sound character & morals. We rely on the police to be servants of the people, honest and fair in all situations. Anything less should be unacceptable, and those who do not measure up should be dismissed.
Naming and shaming public workers is good to clean up those departments.
I am sure this is not the first and it sure is not going to be the last.
Grenada has some real corrupt police and it is important that the commissioner of police start getting them out.
This is not going to be an easy task but it must be done.