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In the weeks ahead there should be some reshuffling within the police formations in the northern part of the country. Superintendent Andrew Ramirez, Officer Commanding the Corozal Police Formation is slated to take over in San Ignacio Town while the current OC of the Orange Walk Police Formation take over his post in Corozal Town.

Superintendent Ramirez says that in the second week of June, he intends to have a public meeting to introduce the incoming commander, Superintendent Dennis Arnold to the Corozal community. Well, that is about two months away, so why so early? Well, Superintendent Ramirez will be going on leave soon and may not be available to extend that invitation and therefore took the opportunity to do so in an interview conducted with him on Tuesday.


Screen_Shot_2015-04-22_at_7.59.23_PMAndrew Ramirez


“What I want to basically do is thank all those who were very influential in my performance and who were very supportive, we have the politicians they were supportive especially I want to single Mr. Pablo Marin and Mr. Hugo Patt because they were very effective in relation to assisting us in Corozal, we also have Mr. Ramiro Ramirez and Mr. Florencio Marin along with members of the Chinese community, the business community, the Free Zone management of the border and heads of department I really want to applaud them and one of the best things is to work together, not against each other but together, the media again was very effective and I have good working relationship with you guys and going forward to San Ignacio and challenges that exist and I look forward to work with the community and the media especially.”


Superintendent Ramirez has served in Corozal for a little over two years and a half.

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