Police implement crime strategy to tackle increase in rape

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Police implement crime strategy to tackle increase in rape

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PRESS RELEASE – In light of the recent increase in rape and other sexual offences, The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force through its’ Vulnerable Persons Team and Criminal Investigations Department has implemented a new strategy.

The organization is expecting that this new strategy will not only assist in minimizing the occurrence of rape incidents on the island but also increase the arrest rate of offenders.

The Police would like to inform the citizenry that whereas there isn’t any excuse or justifiable reason for one to rape another, it is incumbent on everyone to ensure that they minimize their chances of being vulnerable to rape and other sexual assaults.

The Acting Deputy Commissioner of Police, Severin Moncherry has stated:

“No stone will be left unturned as the RSLPF seeks to bring a stop to the attacks by those who prey on vulnerable persons in Saint Lucia.”

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  1. The RSLPF crime strategy: "Tell women Don't get raped...its messing up their crime stats". Rape is one of the oldest crimes. Until men change their attitudes and begin respecting women rape will always be a problem.

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  2. Okay Mr. Moncherry thank for articulating your position on this important situation... by the way any update on the alleged rape of a young lady by one of your officers?

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  3. Well my husband has provided me with a Taser!! Im even fearful of doing my morning jog now..smdh!! Our Island is gone to the dirt!!!

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  4. LET THE GIRLS ALL CARRY A BIG FARKIN CANS OF EXTRA STRONG PEPPER SPRAY - WHY IS THIS COUUNTRY SO BACKWARDS GIVE THEM THE RIGHT TO DEFEND THEMSELVES AGAINST THESE SMALL DICKED SAVAGES. STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS AND PROTEST OR GET A PETITION SIGNED TO DEMAND THE LAW ALLOW YOU THE RIGHT TO DEFENCE.

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