“I have always liked the security professions”, confides Daisy Germain, new recruit of the territorial police.
After training, she was assigned to the border police (PAF) in Saint-Martin. Then, she joined the specialized public road group. It multiplies the missions: checks, escorts in Guadeloupe, arrests, etc. However, she decides not to take the peacekeeper competition for “personal reasons”. She therefore seizes another opportunity and becomes a reservist of the gendarmerie. She continues her professional development and adds another experience to her CV by applying to the immigration and citizenship service of the prefecture.
A few months ago, the young Saint-Martinoise saw the possibility of combining her intact desire to be in the field and her passion for security professions in a new professional offer: the territorial police is recruiting ASVPs, agents public road surveillance. She applies and is accepted.
“What I like is being in contact with the population. We are there to help him, to rescue him and to listen to him”, she conceives. She is all the more aware of this when she patrols the streets of her native neighborhood, Sandy Ground. “People come to me asking for information,” she says.
This proximity is an advantage for her in the performance of her duty. To the question were you disrespected because you embody authority, Daisy immediately answers in the negative. “On the contrary… People are proud to see that someone from their neighborhood can take on these functions,” she confesses.
Daisy Germain wants to take the territorial policeman year competition next year to be able to evolve and move up in rank.
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