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Posted on February 26, 2017
by RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office
On Monday 20th February, 2017 Corporal 2198 Loretta Munroe and Sergeant 2375 Theodore Neilly welcomed ninety (90) students along with teachers from the Early Learning Center of Queen's College Foundation to Police Headquarters. See more photos here- QC Early Learning Centre
While at Police Headquarters, the students got a special surprise visit from the Minister of National Security Dr. Honourable Bernard J. Nottage, Commissioner of Police, Ellison Greenslade who was accompanied by Assistant Commissioner Stephen Dean and Staff Officer Assistant Superintendent Damian Robinson.
They were also treated to a musical selection by the Police Band under the leadership of Superintendent Dennis Sturrup and a special show by K-9 Unit, officers of Mobile Division, Fire Services and Traffic Division.
Before the students and teachers left, Sergeant Neilly distributed handouts from the National Crime Prevention Office.
See more photos here- QC Early Learning Centre
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