(CMR) The Cayman Islands Customs and Border Control (CBC) has welcomed 32 new Caymanian officers into its ranks following a recent successful recruitment drive.
This is the largest recruitment class to date, with the new recruits from varying professional backgrounds and areas of expertise. However, it is believed that they all share a common enthusiasm for law enforcement.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Border Control Hon. Chris Saunders said he was happy to see the large number of Caymanians interested in the CBC.
“I am very pleased to see that there are many young Caymanians interested in a law enforcement career with the Cayman Islands Customs and Border Control Service, and congratulate the 32 new recruits on their success in the recruitment process. They bear an important responsibility in their new roles,” he said.
“I am certain that with the strong guidance they will receive from Director Clifford, Deputy Director Bodden, and the entire senior management team at CBC throughout their training, they will be successful. I thank them all for their willingness and enthusiasm to serve and wish them well throughout their careers,” he added.