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Saint Lucia Police Undergo Development Training

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On Friday, October 13, 2023, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force and the Praedial Larceny Unit conducted a one-day workshop at the Police Force Academy.
The workshop was aimed at developing and motivating law enforcement officials to work better and serve better.
Twenty serving officials participated in the workshop, where they honed their skills in statement recording, interviewing techniques, file preparation, and managing crime scenes as first responders.
The workshop was conducted under the guidance of Acting Assistant Superintendent Mathew of the Criminal Investigations Department, Inspector Ferdinand and Sergeant Joseph of the Major Crimes Unit.
The participants were introduced to techniques that are aimed at enhancing their skillsets.
One of the participants expressed gratitude for the opportunity and said, “What we learned here today will definitely aid us in our careers. The workshop was well-organized.”
By investing in training programmes like this one, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is demonstrating its commitment to preparing its human resource, and that of partner agencies to function effectively and efficiently.
Such initiatives can lead to better customer service, increased productivity, a more positive work environment, and a safer Saint Lucia.
SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. How many years now have the RSLPF been trained in praedial larceny … by now they should be attending annual workshop training, and not as if it is something NEW.

  2. I am glad to hear that the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force and the Praedial Larceny Unit conducted a one-day workshop. But it take me back to a consultation I completed some time ago with a city plice department around continous training.

    While one-day workshops can be benefical, one day is not enough time to adequately cover all of the material that is needed for a particular topic. This is especially true for complex topics, such as those covered in the workshop. I advised micro-learning and action learning instead. These types of continuous learning offer longer, iterative (several field based sessions over a perod of time) sessions.

    Hey if you want deeper learning that is the way to go. But I am sure the RSLPF has it all figured out. If not, hit me up, i’ll co-design for free.

  3. WAITED 5 months for a 2 page Collison report…with nuff errors! One day trying for sure is not enough!!!!!

  4. ONLY 16 POLICE MEN AND WOMEN ATTENDED, NO WONDER THEY ARE SO BACKWARD, IN THEIR DUTIES. THEY SHOULD HAVE HAD 100’S IN ATTENDANTS. NONSENSE.

  5. notice all the front seats are unoccupied and the back row can spell out there mental behavior

  6. THE BACK ROW LOOK HUNGRY , SLEEPY, AND THEY DONT WANT TO BE THERE. GUYS EDIT YOU PIC B4 YOU POST IT, AT LEASE ASK THEM TO LOOK INTERESTED TO TAKE THE PIC DONT TAKE IT RANDOMLY.

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