Published On: Mon, Dec 10th, 2018

Interview with the departing Interim Chief Prosecutor Jeroen Steenbrink

Chief Prosecutor Jeroen Steenbrink

~ Invisible yet driven and focused behind the scenes ~

It seems much longer but Interim Chief Prosecutor Jeroen Steenbrink has only been serving in St. Maarten for little over a year. Steenbrink started last year December 1. He was clear from the beginning: his time on St. Maarten would be short-lived as interim head of the Prosecutor’s Office until a successor has been appointed. That successor has been found and will be Miriam Mol. She is expected to serve a full term of three years. In the meantime Steenbrink has the distinction of being one of the most behind-the-scenes chief prosecutors to ever serve on St. Maarten. He also has the distinction of implementing creative approaches to highly unusual cases. The investigations at the harbor and the dump are two examples.

In an exclusive interview with StMaartenNews.com Steenbrink talks freely with reserved passion about his short time serving on St. Maarten. He had a clear message for our readers and the people of St. Maarten. Read the full interview online here…



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