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RSLPF Continues Student Engagements


The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) has taken a strong stance towards engaging with students amidst a significant surge in school violence.

The Vulnerable Persons Team (VPT) and the Community Relations Branch (CRB) recently collaborated to address students from the Ciceron Secondary School in Castries on Wednesday, March 13, 2024.

The Police Officers discussed crucial topics such as the age of criminal responsibility, conflict with the law, and sexual offences.

The RSLPF believes that such community outreach initiatives are crucial in proactively addressing recent trends and empowering the youth with essential legal knowledge.

The organization firmly believes that providing the youth with guidance will lead to brighter futures.

The surge in student violence in Saint Lucia has been alarming, with incidents occurring both on and off school premises.

Officials have identified a link to the Sixx and Seven gang culture imported from Trinidad and Tobago.

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  1. Very good start,
    A senior law enforcer should be placed at all schools to provide the students that type of Commonsense from the start and not in the middle..


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