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Police Week Ends On A Successful Note

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On Saturday, December 2, 2023, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force concluded its Police Week of Activities with a grand motorcade, dubbed the ‘Police Train’.

The activity commenced at the Gros-Islet Police Station, with stops made at every Police Station around the island.

The Commissioner of Police, Mrs. Crusita Descartes Pelius, led the charge, and the event was nothing short spectacular!

The motorcade was a vibrant display of the police force’s commitment to building rapport between the public and the police.

Commissioner Pelius tasked the Commanding Officer at each Police Station to initiate an activity which would assist in realising this objective.

The activities culminated at the Richfond Police Station, where Commissioner Pelius expressed immense gratitude for the efforts of the rank and file of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force.

Her indelible words implored every Police Officer to remain diligent, professional and courteous in the execution of their duties.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force remains dedicated to strengthening the partnership between the police and the public, as we continue to create safer communities together.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force 

 

 

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