VIPD Motorpool Technicians Successfully Complete Continuing Ford Fleet Training | Daily News Byte

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Virgin Islands Police Department technicians/mechanics continued another segment of its Ford Fleet Training to properly maintain the department’s Ford Fleet, the VI Police Department commissioner announced Tuesday in a press release.

Technicians and mechanics receive hands-on training. (VIP photo)

Ford Fleet Training overview includes, but is not limited to, the following topics:

  • FDRS (Ford Diagnostic Repair System),
  • IDS (Integrated Diagnostic System),
  • Ford Transit Connect,
  • 6.7 Diesel and Gas Engine Performance

Training includes instructor lead lectures, how the systems work, and proper diagnostic techniques using Ford IDS and FDRS scan tools and Factory workshop publications (Workshop Manual, PC/ED-Powertrain Control/ Emissions Diagnosis and wiring diagrams) located in OASSIS/PTS. The purpose of Ford Fleet training is to provide the fleet technician/mechanic with the skills, knowledge and ability to diagnose and repair Ford vehicles used in their fleet motor pool, according to the press release.

Technicians/mechanics attend instructor-led lectures. (VIP photo)

Courtney Woods, the Motor Pool supervisor, thanked the commissioner for signing off on the training and noted that, once again, all trainees passed the course.

“This is one step closer to getting to industry standards. This will give us the opportunity to
keep the department’s vehicles instead of taking them elsewhere for repairs,” Woods said.

Courtney Woods, Jr. (Acting Supervisor in St. Croix)
Shorwn Schulterbrandt (Acting Supervisor at St. Thomas)
Winston Parris, Jr.
Johnny Cornelius
Gabriel Reed Sr. (SOB, K-9 St. Thomas)
Donnell Samuel (Detective, Marine Unit)
Gregory Bennerson (Detective, Marine Unit)
Dirk Marshal (Detective, Marine Unit)
Mr. Kacy Harrison (Property and Procurement, St. Croix)
Mr. Ashwn George (Property and Procurement, St. Thomas)

The Virgin Islands Police Department continues to support and provide for its personnel
training to help better serve the community, the release stated.

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