Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Minister Holds Successful Dialogue With Hierarchy Of The RSLPF

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Minister for Home Affairs Honourable Dr. Virginia-Albert Poyotte on Thursday 03rd, February, 2022 held her first comprehensive dialogue with Police Commissioner Mr Milton Desir and his management team comprising the Assistant Commissioners of Police (ACPs).

The Minister made the commitment upon assuming office, that she would meet with every constituent Department that fell under her portfolio in due course.

Minister Poyotte described the talks as successful and as a dialogue that was being held at a critical juncture for the future of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF). The meeting she says, also demonstrated government’s commitment to the security and protection of the citizenry.

“I was very pleased with the meeting I had today with the Commissioner and his ACPs because we were able to discuss a wide range of issues. The meeting was very productive. We looked at the issue of the new structure that the Police is proposing in organizing the operations of the Police in the different zones and police stations.”

The Minister says she was heartened that the officers had solid plans chiselled out for the future of law enforcement in the country. She says they also had questions of their own and sought the assurance of the minister on several pertinent concerns.

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“And they were curious about some infrastructural work that needs to be done so I was quite please in reporting that government is getting ready to start the Gros Islet Police Station. We have some refurbishing to do for the Vieux Fort Police Station and refurbishing custody suites. The Government is also getting ready to give the Police new vehicles to assist them in their operations and there are quite a few HR issues that we addressed in our discussion.”

Other issues discussed included staff training, promotions, and conditions of service among other relevant matters.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. @Cycling Enthusiast.
    I was wondering the same thing myself. I was completely dumbfounded when I saw a larger than usual team in Vieux-Fort. I had never seen this throughout my travels. I thought that might be a “new ting” that they invented. Kinda cutting edge technology. I even entertained the thought that they knew what they were doing. Apparently, it’s just another screwup in St. Lisi.

  2. Perhaps the Minister also asked the Top Cops why the Police on Bicycles often go around like a Cycle Club in a group of 6.7 & sometimes 8 rather than in pairs. It’s a shame that such a great idea seems to be suffering from the group member’s apparent need to emulate the Tourists on Cycles we see from time to time

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