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Corporate Citizen Donates To Law Enforcement

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On Tuesday, April 9 2024, the Traffic Unit of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) in Castries received a generous donation of five (5) Lenovo tablets and cases from Fabian Florton, the proprietor of Top-Ranking Electricals.
These tablets are expected to enhance operational efficiency as more traffic officers will now be equipped with these devices.
They will enable officers to swiftly verify drivers’ information during accidents and routine traffic operations.
The timely arrival of these devices aligns with the RSLPF’s commitment to leveraging technology as a crucial tool in the ongoing battle against crime, particularly traffic violations.
The RSLPF expresses its gratitude to corporate sponsors like Top-Ranking Electricals, whose support plays a vital role in our organization’s efforts to combat unlawful activities.
We remain committed to collaborating with all stakeholders to ensure that Saint Lucia is a safer place for all people.
SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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3 COMMENTS

  1. That’s great … you Lucians need to part of the solution in any way that you can and NOT part of the problem.
    The needs in St. Lucia are extremely great in every level. 👍🏾

    Some of you need to learn effective communication skills in order to perform your jobs. I have been trying for months to obtain a birth certificate after providing all documents. ….nothing has happened.
    I have been calling for months and not one person has answered the phone at that agency. That is disgusting on every level ..

    In your agencies you all go to lunch at the same time ..make that make sense. I emailed the prime ministers office at the emails listed on the website and guess what the email bounced back…..seriously embarrassing. On the website you state if you have an issue with an agency deal with the agency…HELLO ..make that make sense. If there is an issue with an agency you need to take it up to the next level.

    I am thankful to God that I no longer reside in St. Lucia…

    Godspeed

  2. I agree — forget about the offices of the St. Lucian government in NY & DC – they too are pathetic and need training to learn basic customer service skills…sad state of affairs on every level.

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