Crime Chief ‘prepared’ to be Police Commissioner
Crime Chief Paul Williams, who has over three decades of experience in the Police Force, Monday morning said he was “ready” to be the country’s Police Commissioner.
Williams is among eight Assistant Police Commissioners, including acting Commissioner David Ramnarine, who have been interviewed for the job. President David Granger himself sat in on those interviews.
A Police Commissioner is appointed after meaningful consultation with the Leader of the Opposition.
“I came through the ranks,” Williams told reporters at the Police Training Centre Monday morning.
“I am prepared for any position,” he said when asked if he was interested in the job, suggesting that any of those interviewed would want the job.
“If that’s it, so let it be!” Williams declared.