Past Presidents

Travis Chicot

PAST PRESIDENT 2023 - 2024

Travis Chicot

PAST PRESIDENT 2022 - 2023

Devon Bute

PAST PRESIDENT 2021 - 2022 (Resigned)

Anand Ramesar


Brenton Smith


Brenton Smith is a Station Sergeant of Police in the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force and has been a Police Officer for twenty-four (24) years. He worked at several departments and outstations and currently at the Office of Accreditation, drafting new Policies where the Organisation can be Accredited. Mr Brenton Smith is the past President of the Caribbean Federation of Police Welfare Associations (CFPWA) having served for two terms from 2014 to 2018. Mr Smith is also the Chairman of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Welfare Association. He has been the Chairman of this association from 2006 – 2013 and after a three-year absence, was re-elected in January 2017 to present. He is a past President of the Police Cooperative Credit Union Limited, a member of the Board of Directors for the SVG Small Business and Micro-finance Co-operative Limited (COMFI). In January 2016, Mr Smith graduated with a Master of Science Degree in the field of Police Leadership and Management from the University of Leicester, England. He also holds a Diploma in Business Management. He successfully completed training at the International Law Enforcement Academy in El Salvador a Financial Management Course at the University of the West Indies Open Campus in St. Vincent and the Grenadines and a course on “Enhancing Good Governance in International Development at UNITAR in February 2019.

Richard Corbett


Senior Superintendent Ag. of Police. He joined the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service on 19th June 1982 and is presently in charge of the Organised Crime and Intelligence Unit, Trinidad and Tobago.  I am also the Vice President of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Social and Welfare Association.  I have been married for the past 34 years and is a father of three ( 3) and the grandfather of four (4).  In 2011, he was elected as the 1st President of the Caribbean Federation of Police Welfare Association.  He served in that capacity for a period of 2 years in structuring the organization. He noted that he is humbled by the opportunity to have served in that capacity and is grateful to have been given the opportunity to lead the fine group of outstanding policemen and women from the member countries of the Caribbean Federation of Police Welfare Associations.

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