NFA Courtesy Call on the Commissioner of Police
Nassau, The Bahamas – The Executive Board of the National Firearms Association (NFA) continued its public relations tour on Friday, July 15, 2022, with a courtesy call to the nation’s top brass, Commissioner of Police, Clayton Fernander and his senior executive leadership team. The courtesy call outlined the NFA’s mission, vision, and objectives of the Association.
President of NFA Bahamas, Malvin Gordon said, “Our main goal and objective is to make proper training and certification accessible for all Bahamians. It is our goal to partner with law enforcement to assist in creating and fostering a safer Bahamas.”
President Gordon outlined the training certifications programs offered by the organization and discussed the upcoming calendar of events with Commissioner Fernander.
The NFA has launched its training programs and has a robust calendar of events to benefit the community such as crime preventions, women empowerment courses, preparedness & skill development and firearm safety & knowledge.
NFA Bahamas is a Non-profit NGO that is dedicated to the promotion of firearm safety and knowledge, providing certified training for Civilians and Law Enforcement in The Bahamas with a full partnership with the National Rifle Association of America – NRA. We are a pro-community and anti-crime organization providing educational opportunities for members on S.A.F.E community, personal safety, and crime prevention.
Nikolette Elden, Public Relations
National Firearms Association Bahamas