BT cop-shop chief to host crime prevention meeting

| 03/10/2013

(CNS): Residents of Bodden Town are being invited to a public meeting next week to discuss crime prevention issues in the face of a surge in violent and gun related crime recently. Chief Inspector Brad Ebanks from Bodden Town police station encouraged all of the residents in the district and particularly  business owners to attend the public meeting next Wednesday, 9 October. The senior officer said that the meeting will provide an opportunity for discussions around crime trends, crime prevention and community safety.

Security company staff will also be there to demonstrate their latest products and services and guest speakers from the Department of Public Safety Communications and Woody Foster will take part.

The meeting will be held in Savannah Primary School Hall and begins at 7.00pm sharp.  For more information see the attached flyer below

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Cheif Inspector Brad Ebanks is one of the few good ones in the RCIP.     he patrols the 3 districts  and knows most of the people in the districts.   he is a dedicated person and does what most would not do and that is speak to the community.

  2. Anonymously says:

    Congrats this is a good move I hope the police will put up a mini sub station in one of the booths at Coe Wood beach to stop the many people who use the beach for illegal activities.

  3. Weapons Grade Bollocks says:

    How about staffing the North Side and East End stations for starters.

    We are at war here in case RCIP hasn't noticed.