Anguilla Gets New Police Chief

Retired Chief Superintendent and Head of Operations for Surrey and Sussex Police in England, Mr. Paul Morrison was on Wednesday 7th October, 2015, sworn in as the 9th Commissioner of Police of the Royal Anguilla Police Force.

Mr. Morrison who served as a police officer in the UK for some 31+ years, recently retired and was appointed as COP of the RAPF in September following the resignation of Mrs. Amanda Stewart, by Her Excellency the Governor Ms. Christina Scott.

The brief Swearing-in Ceremony and administering of the Oath of Office was held at Government House and conducted by Acting Governor, Mr. Stanley Reid.

“I am delighted to take up my new appointment,” said Mr. Morrison. “I am also very proud to wear the uniform of the RAPF. I am certainly looking forward to working with the officers, staff and all those associated with the delivery of policing for the Anguillan public.”

“I need to listen and build relationships – I have a very open mind but clear priorities for me are keeping the public safe, maintaining trust and confidence in the RAPF and working with others to achieve this.”

Mr. Morrison is on a three year contract with the RAPF.