Commander of the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force Coast Guard, Mr. Brenton Cain, will on February 2nd, this year, celebrate his 30th year as a law enforcement officer.
Prior to his enlistment on February 2nd, 1986, Cain worked as a teacher at the Barrouallie Anglican School where he taught for four years.
Commander Cain who is also a trained port security officer pursued various short courses during his junior years and worked in Antigua at the Regional Security System (RSS) Training Unit on many occasions as an instructor on various maritime training courses.
Cain’s last promotion was in 2014 when he was officially appointed Commander after serving as the acting commander from 2007.
Reflecting on his career Cain said, “The few years I have remained in the system, I will endeavor to impart my knowledge and experience to the members of the Coast Guard, in the attempt to make the Coast Guard an effective maritime entity.”