Police gives back to “shut in” retired officers

Police gives back to “shut in” retired officers

PRESS RELEASE – On Friday, November 27, 2015 the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force through its Police Week Committee, visited various retired police officers, whom through illness are confined to their homes.

The retired officers were given food hampers and had the opportunity to converse with Acting Police Commissioner Errol Alexander and other members of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force.

This activity is held in observance of Police Week 2015. Through this activity, the Royal Saint Lucia Police seeks to support the men and women who gave years of service to their country.

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  1. What about my uncle? Retired
    police sergeant Patrick Newton Fevrier of Water Works Road Castries, who is bedridden at 89years old. I never see anyone talking or remembering him. He did a great job as a Police officer. Most St. Lucians who have drivers' licenses he was the one who taught them to drive and issued the licenses. Those we forget uhhhhhhhhhhh.


  2. Heavy praises to the OFFICERS This proves that u all are very CARING...no matter what keep this up....BRAVO GOVERNMENT BOOTS !!!!!!!!


  3. Great to see a positive story on this medium! I live in London and I appreciate the news both good and bad but most of the stories are negatives unlike the star and the voice newspapers on line where you find both. We don't only need negative but positive please. Thanks a lot! I know my St.Lucian people are not all negative as this medium portrays.


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