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Police Spread the Message of "Peace On The Streets" to St. John's College Students
Posted on February 25, 2017
by RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office


On Wednesday 22nd February, 2017 Chief Superintendent Kendal Strachan, officers from various departments of the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) along with several members of the Rotary Club attended an assembly held St. John's College where a special message of "Peace On The Streets" was delivered by Mr. Strachan.

Officers represented the following RBPF Divisions: Mobile Division, Traffic Division, Air-Wing Section, Scientific Support Services, Central Detective Unit, Internal Security Division, K-9 Unit, Fire Services, Police Pop Band, and National Crime Prevention Office.

The students were treated to a display by Sgt. 847 Paul and K-9 Milan, a musical selection from the Police Pop Band and the school's very own High School Band Champions in which they enjoyed.

Rotary Pass Governor, Felix Stubbs along with several Rotarians were also in attendance.

Afterwards the students were invited outside for photos.

See more photos here- Peace On The Streets


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