Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has rubbished claims that the police only acted swiftly in connection with last Saturday’s incident because the victim the wife of a government minister.
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A fresh approach to build better relations between the police and communities.
The Prime Minister has commended the firm actions taken by the police to reduce the loud music emanating from motor vehicles, and maintaining law and order on the roads.
The mistakes which young people make today have long lasting impacts on their lives and, as such, it is necessary to invest into them to ensure they head in the right direction.
Police Commissioner Colin John has said the RSVG Police Force is taking a zero tolerance approach to acts of vigilante justice.
Police here have launched an investigation in relation to at least two viral video clips in which two men, one reportedly a Vincentian, are being held at gun point by Spanish speaking abductors and begging for their lives.
Police here are investigating reports of wounding and the discharging of a firearm made by Justin Inlaw, a 30 year old manager of New Montrose, made on Saturday March 17th at 2:55 p.m.
Police here are investigating the circumstances surrounding the sudden death of Zilva Charles, a 50 year old vendor of Diamond.
A number of police and prison officers here received certificates of participation after completing training on juvenile justice reform issues.
On Wednesday 31st January 2018 Calliaqua Police responded to a report, that approximately 5:45 am one of the guest houses at Beachcombers was being burglarized.
One of the persons who reportedly helped rescue three of four children from a burning house at New Montrose on Friday night, is encouraging parents here to be more vigilant.
Police here are investigating the circumstances surrounding a fire which occurred at a dwelling house at upper New Montrose on Friday night claiming the life of an infant.
Colin John and Frankie Joseph are the new Acting Commissioner of Police and Acting Deputy Commissioner of Police respectively here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
The traffic department of the RSVG Police force is expressing elation at the low count of vehicular accidents recorded on the nation’s roads during the busy Christmas weekend.
The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (RSVGPF), in an effort to tackle the incidence of sexual offences on the island, concluded two weeks of training, consisting of 27 female members (of various ranks) in the constabulary.
RSVG Police Force Seeking Public Assistance in Apprehending Perpetrators of Burglaries in Questelles
The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (RSVGPF) is carrying out investigations in connection with a series of burglaries which occurred in the Questelles District recently.