A fond farewell

2016-09-06 06:00
Lieutenant-Colonel Elizabeth Steenkamp, Lieutenant-Colonel Adriaan Saulse, Captain Delmore Manuel, Colonel Jan Alexander, Captain Lorenzo Johnson, Lieutenant-Colonel Murphy Papa, Captain Nicolene Davids, senior admin clerk Desiré Van Den Broeck and Captain Neville Sauls.

Lieutenant-Colonel Elizabeth Steenkamp, Lieutenant-Colonel Adriaan Saulse, Captain Delmore Manuel, Colonel Jan Alexander, Captain Lorenzo Johnson, Lieutenant-Colonel Murphy Papa, Captain Nicolene Davids, senior admin clerk Desiré Van Den Broeck and Captain Neville Sauls.

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Steenberg police bid farewell to four officers who were promoted to the rank of Captain and one who retired after 32 years. The event took place at St Augustine cricket club in Elfindale on Tuesday 30 August.

Captain Nicolene Davids, who performed duties as the sector commander for the Heathfield area, will take up a post at Bellville police station. Captain Delmore Manuel, who performed duties as the designated police official, firearms and liquor, will take up a post at Milnerton police station.

Captain Jeremy Ely, who performed duties at the supply chain management, will take up a position at Philippi police and Captain Lorenzo Johnson of the detective branch will take up a post at Lentegeur police station.

Senior administrative clerk Desiré Van Den Broeck will stay on at Steenberg. She was promoted to a level 7 post.

One of the stalwarts at the Steenberg detectives, Warrant Officer Nichol Brandt, retired after 32 years of service. He was stationed at Steenberg for his whole career.

The station commander, Colonel Jan Alexander, wished the officers many happy returns on their respective journeys.

“For the year that Colonel Alexander has been at Steenberg, he saw a lot of potential in the officers,” says Steenberg police spokesperson Warrant Officer John Bartlette.

“He informed the officers to have an open spirit and that they must do Steenberg proud, also that they must stay focussed and apply what they have learned at Steenberg. Colonel Alexander wish them well and said they will surely be missed, but that they must prosper and move forward. He blessed them with the Grace of the Lord.”

Warrant Officer Brandt was congratulated on his long service within the police, and Colonel Alexander handed him his 30 service medal.

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