The latest squad of police recruits took on another challenge yesterday as they tried their hands at defensive driving at the Grand Bahama Sporting Complex.
The objective of the exercise was to teach the group how to properly control and manage a vehicle – skills that are crucial on the job, driving instructor for the Royal Bahamas Police Force, sergeant 1624 Alexander Laroda said.
“It gives them the skill to avoid an object or in the case of a pursuit, how to properly engage in pursuit without becoming involved in an accident,” he said.
During the driving course, Laroda said the biggest challenge the recruits faced was mastering the proper steering technique used by police.
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