ACP Queeley Shares Expected Outcome Of Criminal Justice Issues Workshop

(ZIZ News) — The Ministries of Tourism and Education, Her Majesty’s Customs and Excise Department, the St. Kitts and Nevis Defence Force, the Clergy, and the Government’s Department of Social Services were among the agencies that joined the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force at the Marriott Resort for Thursday’s workshop that looked at criminal justice issues in the Federation.

During an interview with ZIZ News, Assistant Commissioner of Police Ian Queeley shared the expected outcome.

“We are intending to devise strategies based on the outcomes and input from this interaction that can propel our crime fighting initiatives forward and put us in a better place in terms of suppressing, detecting and reducing the fear of crime within our Federation,” he said.

The workshop, dubbed “Law Enforcement Practices and Legal Community: Best Practices”, was coordinated by the local police force and Monroe College.

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