PSP Superientendente Luís Carrilho has been awarded by the Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, as an “Outstanding Role Model”.
The award was made for his work as the Police Commander whilst attached to the UN Peace Keeping Mission to the Central African Republic. Aged 49 years, Superientendent Corrilho has previously served in similar roles in East Timor and Haiti.
He is the first Portuguese national to have received this prestigious award which is given annually.
Many congratulations and an excellent reflection on the diverse and professional work of the PSP