They have joined others from Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Belize, Dominica, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and El Salvador.
The six weeks course, at the International Law Enforcement Academy, (ILEA), is being attended by Sergeant Eldrin Dickenson, Sergeant Shorna Edwards, Sergeant McCarta Browne and Sergeant Alrick Edwards of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force.
The LEMDP is a law enforcement training programme for middle management law enforcement personnel, from the rank of sergeants, to prosecutors, who have specific responsibilities for strengthening the national enforcement capacities of their institutions.
They are also responsible for planning for institutional development and implementation of democratic criminal justice reforms, training responsibility for other managers involved in their respective criminal justice area and coordinating or developing agency responses to problems of narcotics and other transnational crime.
The course includes but is not limited several topics including counter-terrorism, corruption, financial crimes, money laundering, border control, trafficking in persons, passport fraud, drug investigations, undercover operations, fire-arms trafficking, explosives, general and crime scene investigations, human dignity and management and policing techniques.