He has also made himself available to the local media and the ordinary citizens in the community, even providing his personal telephone and email contact, to facilitate that access which he promised.
The other line of communication that has become popular between the police and the community has been the town hall meetings. Therefore as the country approaches the busy holiday season, the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force will be conducting a series of discussions at various locations on St. Kitts during the months of November and December 2013.
The public relations department of the police has indicated that these meetings are a part of the Force’s initiative in reaching out to communities and receive their feedback on matters that are affecting them, and giving insight on what has been done, what is happening and what will be done to address criminal activities in their respective communities.
Town Hall meetings have therefore been scheduled for:
- Cayon High School on Monday 25th November 2013 from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
- St. Paul’s Community Centre on Tuesday 26th November 2013 from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
The police have requested that residents of these communities take the opportunity of these discussions as they look forward with great anticipation in meeting with the residents of these communities to hear their concerns and find solutions to them with the assistance and cooperation of citizens.