Assistant Commissioner of Police Adolph Adams says the recent upsurge in violent crimes can be traced back to abuse of the Peace Programme.
An emergency meeting was held at the Police Training School on Monday, April 12, 2021 at which the High Command of The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPF) met with Police Officers serving in the Federation who are natives…
A number of events scheduled to take place over the weekend were either postponed or cancelled due to the promoters’ late submission of their Covid-19 compliance plan to the police.
Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Adolph Adams, implored Island Constables to work with ethics in mind. The ACP was, at the time, speaking during a session at the recently concluded Island Constables Refresher Course.
Island Constables are currently undergoing a refresher course at the Police Training School to prepare for the reopening of the borders slated for October 31, 2020.
Close to 30 newly trained Compliance and Task Force Officers were admonished by senior members of the Police Force to take their new positions seriously, and to act professionally, with safety always in mind.