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Police End ‘Caught In The Act’ Campaign

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The Community Relations Branch (CRB) of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) has successfully concluded its recent campaign, aptly named “Caught in the Act.”
During the campaign, unsuspecting motorists were pleasantly surprised as they received grocery and fuel vouchers for their adherence to traffic laws.
The collaborative efforts of the Gros-Islet Police Station, Traffic Department, Bicycle Patrol Units, and the Vieux Fort Police Station ensured the campaign’s success.
“Caught in the Act” would not have been possible without the generous support of corporate sponsors.
Their contributions enabled the RSLPF to recognise law-abiding citizens and promote road safety.
The RSLPF urges all drivers to exercise good judgement whilst on the roads. By adhering to traffic rules, we collectively contribute to reducing accidents and fatalities.
Let us continue to work together, to create a safer and more secure environment for all people.
SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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1 COMMENT

  1. Great initiative by the police department. More of this community building please. If the police wants to make a difference in crime fighting, they must bring the communities along with them…. policing is more about public relations and this has been damaged for decades. I fully support the efforts of our men and women in uniform. They do an amazing job, with limited resources under difficult circumstances…hats off to them…they are the final defenders when the fabric of our society starts to collapse…when schools fail to produce educated citizens, when churches fail society by selling their snake oil redemption nonsense to the masses, when society itself is falling apart. I salute the men and women in uniform who defend our society….

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