Features — 21 July 2015 — by Albert J. Ciego
Former Special Branch officer is now Orange Walk’s new  police chief

ORANGE WALK TOWN, Orange Walk District, Fri. July 16, 2015–Elite investigator and former officer of the Special Branch Unit, Inspector Selwyn Tillett, is now the new police chief of the Orange Walk police formation.

Inspector Tillett was the deputy commander of the Orange Walk police, and was promoted to the rank of assistant superintendent and now commands the Orange Walk police formation.

ASP Tillett took over from Superintendent Dennis “Desho” Arnold, who has been transferred to Corozal, to take over from Superintendent Andrew Ramirez, who has been transferred to be an executive officer at the National Police Headquarters in Belmopan.

The announcement was made today at the Orange Walk Police Station.

The new police chief, in an interview today with Amandala at the Orange Walk Police Station, said that he would work hard to gain the public’s confidence and trust and will support community policing. He also said that he has a zero tolerance for police brutality and abuse of people by police under his command, and will have an open door policy.

He looks forward to the challenges ahead, he said.

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