Prime Minister of Saint Lucia- Philip J Pierre, extended gratitude to the men and women of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force.
Castries, Saint Lucia: Prime Minister of Saint Lucia– Philip J Pierre, extended gratitude to the men and women of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. He lauded the RSLPF and stated that their efforts have made the streets of the country secure and safe, where people can roam without fear.
PM Pierre took to Facebook and cited, “I want to take a moment to encourage and express my gratitude to the men and women of the RSLPF. In recent times, you have been called to redouble your efforts to ensure that our streets are secure and that we can go about our daily lives without fear.”
PM Philip J Pierre also requested the assistance of the RSS to support the ongoing work of the local law enforcement officers and yesterday evening, he had the opportunity to welcome them to Saint Lucia and thank them for their service.
While extending gratitude to the Government and People of The Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Barbados, the prime minister said that he is grateful to them for sending some of their best men and women to work with them at this time – One Caribbean.
“Let’s continue to support and encourage our police force, and work together to create a safe and thriving community for all, “appealed the prime minister.
Earlier, PM Philip J Pierre also visited the Town of Vieux Fort today to listen and provide encouragement to residents and business owners.
While lauding them, PM Pierre asserted, “Your strength and perseverance have been inspiring, and I have no doubt that we will come out of this stronger than ever before.”
He asked that they support the efforts of the RSLPF and the RSS as they work in the community. Remember, they are in this together, and together, they will overcome any obstacle that comes their way. Stay strong, stay positive, they will prevail.
PM Philip J Pierre also received a comprehensive overview of the current state of national security and the measures being taken to secure the lives and livelihoods of residents, particularly in Vieux Fort.
He wished to express his appreciation for the hard work and dedication of law enforcement officers and reaffirm his commitment to providing the resources needed to deal with these criminals and cowards who seek to disrupt the peace of our beautiful island.
“As a part of our crime-fighting strategy, the House of Assembly will meet today to debate the Suppression of Escalated Crime (Police Powers) Bill.
I call on the public to support the government and the police, especially during this period,” said the prime minister.
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