Darren Ebanks awarded Chief Officer’s Choice

The Ministry of Home Affairs has named RCIPS Fleet and Stores Manager Darren Ebanks the newest Chief Officer’s Choice.

Acting Chief Officer Kathryn Dinspel-Powell, among other Ministry and RCIPS leaders, presented the award to Mr. Ebanks as the successful civil servant for the month of January.

“I greatly appreciate being honored for just doing my job,” said Mr. Ebanks. “I would like to thank my team and all of my mentors within the RCIPS who teach me so much, and help me grow every day. I am extremely grateful for this recognition, and I hope it will inspire others.”

Mr. Ebanks has worked for the RCIPS for more than six years. As Fleet and Stores manager, he maintains the entire fleet of vehicles, in addition to uniforms and equipment.

“It’s a privilege to highlight the excellent work of a dedicated civil servant like Mr. Ebanks,” said Ms. Dinspel-Powell. “This recognition symbolizes and reinforces the values and standards that I encourage all staff to exhibit on a daily basis. The Ministry values the skills, knowledge and dedication that Mr. Ebanks brings to his job.”

Mr. Ebanks was nominated by RCIPS Business Manager Charmaine Moss for his performance on the job and outstanding commitment.

“Mr. Ebanks is a hard-working and highly motivated employee, who acts with integrity and professionalism,” Ms. Moss said. “He has a passion for the job, and constantly motivates his peers to take on new challenges. His unwavering commitment to the RCIPS is a source of inspiration for others. Mr. Ebanks is always enthusiastic, an excellent team player with a strong desire to impact positive change throughout the organization.”

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