This mandate is expected to be better facilitated by a recent commitment from the Mexican government, which according to the Walwyn, has agreed to assist in the training of his officers.
Walwyn is quoted in a government release as saying that during a recent visit to Mexico, Commissioner Walwyn engaged his Mexican counterpart, Commissioner General Enrique Francisco Galindo Ceballos, about training opportunities for members of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPF). The request was met with a favourable response as both men pledged to deepen cooperation between the two agencies.
The top cop also added that in the past, the Government of Mexico has given support to security initiatives in the twin-island Federation. The Latin American country funded construction of the Dieppe Bay Police Station which was opened in November 2011 and also the Tabernacle Police Station which is nearing completion.
Walwyn is of the view that the partnership between law enforcement in St. Kitts and Nevis and the Republic of Mexico has been strengthened by his visit. While in that country, Walwyn also picked up two awards from officials there for his service in St. Kitts and Nevis.