RSLPF Community Relations Branch Hosts Annual Youth Camp

- Advertisement -
On Monday, August 15, 2022, the Community Relations Branch (CRB) of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force hosted the opening ceremony of its Youth Camp Called “Camp Toys (Teaching Our Youth Survival)” 2022.
The annual youth camp is aimed at providing educational and recreational activities for “at-risk” youth. Some of the activities are; lectures on Conflict Resolution, attire, proper conduct, dangers of drug usage, sexual offenses, good touch bad touch, public speaking, and self-confidence.
Movie night, Games night, football, cricket, daily exercises, compound, and dorm cleaning.
The expectations are that the participants would have learned skills and gain knowledge that would contribute to them becoming upstanding citizens, making choices that would help them live a crime-free life, and that they will impart their newly gained knowledge to their peers and family, thus making their community safer and better for young people.
This year’s camp focused on youth from the southern communities of Soufriere and Choiseul.
The Community Relations Branch (CRB) of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force would like to thank National Lotteries Authorities, SSDF, LUCELEC, Ministry of Education and by extension, the Choiseul Secondary School, and the Commissioner, Executive staff, and fellow officers of The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force for making this camp a success.
The camp will conclude on Friday, August 19, 2022.
SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force
- Advertisement -
Editorial Staff
Editorial Staff
Our Editorial Staff at St. Lucia Times is a team publishing news and other articles to over 200,000 regular monthly readers in Saint Lucia and in over 150 other countries worldwide.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Build,up, Build up,prepare the way,
    for effective work has began,
    thats great efforts !
    Great acheivement 🇱🇨RSLPF 👏

  2. Now that is very pro active by the RSLPF. BRAVO….This is community policing to the core .. nothing beats that kind of hands on initiative, so please keep it going….the reward to the community will be very positive for a long time to come. Now let’s carry on doing more to rid our society of those pesky criminals….

  3. Well done RSLPF. If your house is dirty, the vermin stay. Clean your environment and things get very difficult for the vermin.

  4. CONGRATULATIONS, THATS BEING ROYAL.
    I TOTALLY AGREE WITH YOU SIRS, GET THEM BEFFORE THEY TURN INTO KRIMINALS.

    AND TO THE CONCERNED PARTIES, Am TIRED OF SEEING MY ROYALS DRIVING AROUND, DOING THEIR ROYALS SERVICES IN A DIRTY OR DAMAGE RIDE. NOT NICE, THEY DESERVE BETTER.
    GIVE MARK AND MARKUS A CONTRACT TO CLEAN THE RIDES IN THE MORNING OR AFTERNOON AND ASLO ITS ILLIGAL TO DRIVE AROUND IN A DAMAGE BROKE DOWN RIDE WITH DAMGE LIGHTS AND STUFF. !@#$%^&**(_&%@$@!!!
    ONE NATION.
    mahlo!

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

TRENDING

Subscribe to our St. Lucia Times Newsletter

Get our headlines emailed to you every day.

spot_img
Send this to a friend