Cox and Company Limited donates supplies to Royal St. Lucia Police Force

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Cox and Company Limited donates supplies to Royal St. Lucia Police Force

2015-11-27 11_30_34-Press Release - Donation made to the the Royal St. Lucia Police Force.docx - GooPRESS RELEASE – The management of Cox and Company Limited, on Friday 27th November, presented representatives of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force, with a donation of batteries and antennae to assist the organization in their continued drive against crime.

During the presentation, C.E.O. of Cox and Company Limited, Mr. Matthew Beaubrun, stated that the company will continue to support patrols in the city of Castries and its environs, ensuring the safety of the citizens and people of St. Lucia and visitors to our shores.

Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police, O’Brian, who accepted the equipment on behalf of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force, expressed his thanks to the Company, for assisting in the fight against crime.  He continued by saying that the equipment will not only be used during the busy Christmas season, but will be helpful in ensuring that Police officers are adequately equipped throughout the year.

In his closing remarks, Mr. Matthew Beaubrun indicated that the company recognizes and understands that equipment needed to aid in the security of the Country, needs to be constantly maintained and hence the donation of 10 antennae and 10 batteries with an average value of $4000, will go a long way in assisting the department.

 He also pledged his continued support to the Royal St. Lucia Police Force and wished them continued success in their efforts to secure the citizens and people of Simply Beautiful St. Lucia.

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  1. That is a great gesture first and foremost.
    However,there is something fundamentally wrong when our police force is dependent on hand outs from commercial business for crime fighting.

    That is what our vat and tax dollars are suppose to go towards is it not?? if this trend continues how would the police ever be impartial if it had to criminally investigate these business when they in effect are their benefactors?

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