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Retired Deputy Commissioner Receives King’s Police Medal

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – King Charles III recognizing several Bahamians for their outstanding service and contributions to nation building.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – King Charles III recognizing several Bahamians for their outstanding service and contributions to nation building. 

Among the group for 2023 is retired Deputy Commissioner of Police Emrick Seymour who received the King’s Police Medal for his service to law enforcement.

Seymour, who is also the director of the Financial Intelligence Unit, joined the Royal Bahamas Police Force at the age of 19 in New Providence but two years later he was transferred to Grand Bahama.

Seymour oversaw the construction of the Albert J Miller Fire Station in Grand Bahama and was the project manager for the Gerald A Bartlette Complex in Grand Bahama.

He was then moved back to New Providence.

While he says that transition was a great experience, it was an adjustment for him and his family.

Seymour is thanking the Bahamian community and police force for their support of what he calls a distinguished career.

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