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‘Supa Cop’ Callwood still on the beat! Tickets like rain

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April 11th, 2018 | Tags: Supa Cop RVIPF Glenn Callwood Teshema Smith
Officer Constable Glenn Callwood (right) aka ‘Supa Cop’ and Officer Teshema Smith (left), Auxiliary 326 issuing tickets to motorist throughout the territory. Photo: Team of Reporters
Officer Teshema Smith (left), Auxiliary 326 is said to be the female 'Supa Cop' in training. Photo: Team of Reporters
Officer Teshema Smith (left), Auxiliary 326 is said to be the female 'Supa Cop' in training. Photo: Team of Reporters
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Just in case you think he has gone away, well not so fast. The Territory’s most infamous police Officer Constable Glenn Callwood aka ‘Supa Cop’ is still on the traffic beat and issuing tickets to motorists throughout Tortola.

Our roving camera caught Mr Callwood issuing a ticket this evening Wednesday, April 11, 2018, at around 5:00 P.M. in Road Town the capital city in the area of the Wickham's Cay I roundabout.

Supa Cop can be seen almost daily enforcing the traffic laws and warning motorists to get their cars, trucks and motorbikes damaged after Hurricane Irma and Maria fixed, along with the usual issuing of traffic tickets for no seat belts, using cellular phones without hands free devices, broken or missing vehicle parts, and motorist driving in ways that he deemed dangerous.

A female Supa Cop?

Recently, Police Officer Callwood has with him a female who has been identified as Officer Teshema Smith, Auxiliary 326 and many have claimed that Ms Smith is starting to behave like “a female supa cop” even before she enters the police force.

While a large portion of the driving population in the Virgin Islands (VI) was able to repair, rent or replace their automobiles, there are still some residents who due to financial hardship are still not in a position to replace or even repair their Hurricane damaged vehicles.

43 Responses to “‘Supa Cop’ Callwood still on the beat! Tickets like rain”

  • ... (11/04/2018, 19:24) Like (127) Dislike (5) Reply
    They need a police gym for officers to work out
    • Hmmm (11/04/2018, 22:57) Like (43) Dislike (5) Reply
      I will love for them to run after me....lol...
    • jokes (12/04/2018, 07:55) Like (11) Dislike (1) Reply
      lol
    • Luvz (15/04/2018, 07:52) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Wow! That is not nice. Everybody cannot be skinny. The comments under your post, just wow!
    • NezRez (15/04/2018, 11:39) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
      No matter, i for one am glad they are on the beat. This place has been running amok with lawlessness. I see people constantly on the phones, no seat belts, idiots driving with their children in their laps, tinted windows, parking anyway they want, stopping to talk to a friend while holding up traffic, no insurance, no licenses, not stopping for pedestrians no matter how long it take them to cross, speeding and the list goes on. In no other country would they break the laws that they do here because they know the repercussions of their actions. I hope they get more Supa Cops to do the right thing.
  • Concerned (11/04/2018, 19:42) Like (55) Dislike (3) Reply
    Fantastic!! Now lets get 10 more doing the same and 5 dedicated to motor bikes and 5 dedicated to Highscholl fights. Maybe we can slow down the crime on this island.
  • Mars Mick (11/04/2018, 19:42) Like (86) Dislike (0) Reply
    He need to keep in that location for them wanting to cut in line before you hit the roundabout. Tired of that mess. Good show
    • Zoom zoom (12/04/2018, 05:19) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
      Keep gazing and not paying attention see what happen
    • NICK (12/04/2018, 05:53) Like (20) Dislike (0) Reply
      You are right. They should have a barricade all the way down past Labour Department to sop people cutting in.
  • Street reporter.. (11/04/2018, 21:09) Like (58) Dislike (2) Reply
    Supa Cop is a reasonable and descretionable Cop..Give him a good explanation he may just warn you. Don't cut him out as heartless.. He is a good Cop.. Doing s great Job..
    • Good Job Supa Cop (12/04/2018, 09:10) Like (21) Dislike (1) Reply
      I agree and am living tesitmony that he gives breaks. He gave me one before when I thought I had a sure ticket. My licence was expired and I did not even realized.
  • HEH (11/04/2018, 22:00) Like (15) Dislike (24) Reply
    Earthquake and his big friend tidal wave
  • Tellum (11/04/2018, 22:50) Like (5) Dislike (2) Reply
    Mass Smith is not all that bad .
  • 2 @$$#0!&$ (11/04/2018, 23:33) Like (7) Dislike (29) Reply
    Harassing people all day
    • job (12/04/2018, 15:10) Like (14) Dislike (1) Reply
      @ 2@$$#0!&$. What about you harassing the COPs all day by not obeying the Road Traffic Laws.
  • becareful wha yo wish fa (11/04/2018, 23:35) Like (14) Dislike (9) Reply
    AYO WANTED HIM BACK SO TEK DAT
  • tola (12/04/2018, 00:49) Like (22) Dislike (3) Reply
    I glad he back out
  • lodger (12/04/2018, 01:44) Like (22) Dislike (0) Reply
    I have said many times before, and will say it again. CHANGE THE LANES so that the right lane only turns right, and the left lane turns left or goes straight on to Waterfront drive. I dont understand why the powers that be cant see the sense in this.
  • to small (12/04/2018, 09:07) Like (4) Dislike (2) Reply
    @Nick great idea but road to small. We just need to obay the law. Sometimes we are in a rock and hard place with traffic back up. Not only that some of us our patience is short. Time for us take responsibility for our actions.
  • Fat.com (12/04/2018, 09:12) Like (11) Dislike (20) Reply
    Two angry fat cops
  • wow (12/04/2018, 09:19) Like (12) Dislike (2) Reply
    You go Super Cop do your job.
  • Try them (12/04/2018, 09:27) Like (5) Dislike (6) Reply
    @hmmm if you think they can't run try them and see what will be the outcome, then post the story here. Lol don't judge a book by its cover just turn the pages and read.
  • combination (12/04/2018, 09:38) Like (19) Dislike (6) Reply
    Great cops and very good combination. I visualize great potential from this new rookie she will make this country proud. Some may not like her style but just wait and see her rise to the top. She knows how to multi task which is positive and would bring light to her job.
  • LOL (12/04/2018, 11:33) Like (12) Dislike (1) Reply
    I usually applaud Supacop but where he stopped that car right on the exit for the round about yesterday was ridiculous. Several accidents were nearly caused. Why he couldn't have directed the driver to a safe place to stop on Water Front Drive?
  • love it (12/04/2018, 12:05) Like (12) Dislike (2) Reply
    I look forward to seeing Callwood. He is the only traffic cop that can keep these traffic breakers in line. LOL. Keep up the good work Callwood.
  • Essential revenue (12/04/2018, 13:37) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    For the country to help in the recovery process as long as it used wisely no fraud and corruption process pls.The islands needs help things may be hard for many they will sure be lenient at times but just do the right thing.simple that
  • Burger King (12/04/2018, 14:04) Like (11) Dislike (8) Reply

    It look like them love to eat!!!

  • Hmmm (12/04/2018, 15:09) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    She is training under him, so you bet she is definitely the female "supa cop" if not worst!!!!!
  • fat (12/04/2018, 16:05) Like (13) Dislike (6) Reply
    they both eating too much donuts
  • Not so supa (12/04/2018, 16:38) Like (9) Dislike (4) Reply
    Supa cop was handing out traffic tickets the day before Irma while everyone was trying to get ready. No respect for that man!
    • @Not so super (12/04/2018, 17:37) Like (13) Dislike (4) Reply
      So, because you getting ready for a hurricane you should behave like you are in the wild west? Run over all in your way --- and then say "Sorry, I didn't mean to kill him? We in the Virgins need to put aside weed, greed, need!
      • No so supa (13/04/2018, 08:56) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
        Not the wild west. But I am pretty sure the community didn't need a traffic jam because he was checking the color of peoples windscreens. There is a time and place for everything and stopping people to check their wind screen and thereby causing a traffic jam is not really suitable when a big hurricane is coming.

        FYI, he did not stop me or give me a ticket. I have no problems obeying the law.
  • Observer (12/04/2018, 23:48) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    Aww hell no. Supa cop only comes out around pay day. You check it. Any other time he's out cruising but come pay period hes right by that round about. They don't police the areas like by cedar school blind corner and as soon they leave town buses stop wherever the hell they want to pick up passengers. This is why people can't respect the police. Too inconsistent and don't get me started on scooters thru traffic. There's a small percentage of riders that obey the law. The rest couldn't care less. Weave thru traffic no helmet. Anyways I'm hoping for better in the future because people right now don't feel obliged to even share tips and info with the police.
  • Eddie (13/04/2018, 21:38) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    At lest there is one RVIPD officer doing his job...enforcing laws.
  • please (16/04/2018, 15:47) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    What is so SUPER about doing your job???? I wish many more officers took pride in all this lawlessness, maybe then things would be better!
  • UK COP (20/04/2018, 12:07) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
    Good Job Super Cop. Anything action that makes driving and walking in the BVI safer always welcome. Keep it up.
  • watching (20/04/2018, 16:07) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Both officers needs to go to the gym.
  • sandie (21/04/2018, 22:40) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Well saw if anybody can be a pig I coming back home and going to work for the police department..oh he'll no they can't pay me what I am worth.


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