Senior Superintendent Edmond Cooper admitted to the Bar

Senior Superintendent Edmond Emanuel Cooper was on Monday admitted to the Bar before Chief Justice (ag) Roxane George. Cooper’s petition to practice law was presented by Attorneys-at-Law Ronald G Burch-Smith and Mark A Waldron.

Senior Superintendent
Edmond Cooper admitted to
the Bar

Cooper came from humble beginnings in the village of Nurney, East Berbice, Corentyne. He joined the Guyana Police Force on September 14, 1992, as an apprentice and was subsequently sworn-in as a Police Constable on April 30, 1993, after which he started his career as a General Duty rank at the Springlands Police Station. Following his first posting, Cooper subsequently continued his career as a Police Prosecutor for 14 years and then went on to hold several appointments within the Force during his tenure. Cooper is the holder a Bachelor’s of Law from the University of Guyana, an International Diploma in Leadership Studies from the American University of Peace Studies, a Diploma in Private Investigation from Penn Foster College, USA, a Diploma in Public Safety and Security Management from the University of Guyana, a Certificate in Criminology from the University of Guyana, a Diploma in Legal Studies, a Masters of Arts Legal Studies Major in Criminology, Industrial Relation and Sociology and a Legal Education Certificate (LEC) from the Hugh Wooding Law School. Cooper is presently pursuing a PhD in terrorism and counter-terrorism at Charisma University, Turks and Caicos. The Commissioner of Police (ag) Nigel Hoppie, DSM on behalf of the Guyana Police Force has congratulated Cooper on his achievement and wished him well in his current and future pursuits.