Cops head out to talk to public in districts

| 05/08/2014

(CNS): The RCIPS Area Commander for the Eastern Districts will be holding a series of community meetings in the districts this week, giving the public an opportunity to express their concerns about crime in their communities and also to hear exactly what the local police are doing about the obvious issues in the specific districts. The public meetings begin this evening at the Bodden Town civic Centre at 7pm, followed by a meting in North Side on Wednesday and East End on Thursday also at 7pm. Chief Inspector Brad Ebanks, who looks after all three districts, said, “We want to hear from you our Community Members. We will continue to work together with you in order to accomplish the same objectives, thus lessening crime and making our districts a safer place to live.”

The meetings are set for the following dates and times:

1.      Bodden Town Civic Centre – Tuesday 5th August  7pm-9pm
2.      North Side Civic Centre – Wednesday 6th of August  7pm-9pm
3.      East End United Church Hall – Thursday 7th of August 7pm-9pm

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Very informative meeting from Chief Brad Ebanks last night.  A crowd of about 30, well concerned residents.  Chief Brad did an excellent job informiing the guests

    Disapointments that no other support officers were there on his platform.  .

  2. Anonymous says:

    Why do they have to have meetings? Surely more regualr beat time would achieve a much better result?

  3. Anonymous says:

    My concern to the RCIP is to start to enforce traffic laws.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Why waste resources in 3 meetings when one would do?  For goodness sake people can drive 5 miles if they are interested.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Learn some Spanish and talk to the bar maids in those districts. They hear and see it all.