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WATCH: RSLPF Gets New Motor Vehicles, Bicycles

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In under two years the Prime Minister and Minister for National Security Hon. Philip J. Pierre has allocated millions of dollars to bolster the tactical and operational capacity of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF).

Additional ground assets including bicycles and motor vehicles were officially handed over to the High Command of the Police Force on March 29, 2023.

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SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister

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4 COMMENTS

  1. While you are busy smiling, that cheap road in the North the Chastanet administration started, needs to be repaired. And we do not want no patch work! FIX THE TWO ROUND ABOUTS , FIX ALL THE CRACKS AND HOLES IN THE SIDE WALKS, ERECT TWO WALK WAYS, AND PUT A SAFETY RAIL IN FRONT OF JQ MALL. A VISITORS WILL BE KILLED ONE DAY WALKING THIS SIDE WALK WITH ALL THE UNCOVERED MAN HOLES AND ST LUCIA WILL NOT HAVE THE MONEY TO COMPENSATE THE FAMILY. SMH

  2. I have criticized Pierre numerous times about his weak tactic of providing bail to gunmen. I also owe him praise when he gets things right. This time he has done great work in equipping the force with some of the equipment required. I’m impressed by the numbers.
    It’s now the responsibility of the operators to care for the items as if it were their own. I do hope there is rigid system of accountability for maintenance and operation of the equipment. The public’s money must be respected.

  3. @Mr No SLP NO GREEN WHATEVER… .jeazeas you’ll want every dam thing. Do you want him to fix your kitchen sink and paint your bathroom blue right now ?? I am not saying your demands should not be addressed but shouldn’t they be address to your local town council or minister of transportation infrastructure and road work or your mayor Clown, what the hell is wrong with you and your asseinie behavior ?? And hello advocate for St Lucians safety first not the visitors. Mr. Chastanet spent ECD$ 20 million to pave quarter mile of that road just imagine that your gripe should be at him at the pool, like we need more mishandling like this.

  4. I want to know what is it with all these unecessary pavements/sidewalks being built in places where very few do walk – but our roads have gaping potholes. I walk a lot, hardly drive, but I see the priorities are askew.

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