Miss Traffic wins police pageant

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Miss Traffic wins police pageant
Miss Traffic Liselle Paul
Miss Traffic Liselle Paul

Miss Traffic Liselle Paul last night, Nov. 15 captured the Miss RSLPF and Allied Services Pageant held at the National Cultural Centre.

The 22-year-old cop, who hails from Ti Rocher, Micoud, also won best talent.

The first runner-up award went to Miss Southern Division Jihan Felicien; third runner-up was Ms Crime Management Burtly Ferdinand and second runner-up was Ms Uniform Task Force Arcadia St. Croix.

In addition, St. Croix won Best Dress, Ferdinand won Best Sports Wear and Felicien won Best interview and Departmental Speech.

The other contestants were Summarie Lee John – Ms Immigration; Sanjani Kema Prospere – Ms Administration/Police Accounts; Princess Edward – Ms IT/Telecoms; and Dion Son – Ms SLASPA.

Last year’s pageant was won by Nersha Duncan of Beat & Patrol Division.

The annual event, which was held for the sixth year by the Royal St. Lucia Police Force, forms part of activities for Police Week, celebrated between late November and early December.

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  1. Hey very nice blog!! Man .. Beautiful .. Amazing .. I'll bookmark your website and take the feeds alsoI am happy to find a lot of useful info here in the post, we need work out more techniques in this regard, thanks for sharing. . . . . . cdfeeabdddde

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    • you worry too much!!

      who said anything about this reducing crime?

      Police are human and need social activities too!

      If you are someway able to divorce yourself from your critical mindset and READ (or have someone else read to you) the comments under this piece you will no doubt notice they ALL are congratulatory.
      So please, away with your negativity!

      It would be remiss of me to not offer some advice on courtesy and etiquette where your parents have obviously failed...

      Before you open your mouth to make a statement, say it over in your head, in front a mirror...and if it makes no sense (case in point here), then save yourself the embarrassment and KEEP QUIET!!!

      (For emphasis):

      Kudos my girl! Job well done!

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  2. Well deserved good job. Its great knowing its not all work for our female offices. Beautiful congreats remember u r all winners.. u all are call to sever and protect. love it

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  3. Good job to you and congrats Paul. I knew you would have out shined them all especially Miss St. Croix. loooooooooooooool
    Way to go^^^^^

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