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Police Conduct Joint Walk-About at Plantol Street
Posted on March 27, 2017
by RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office
 

 



A team of officers led by Superintendent of Police Patrick Johnson; Officer in Charge of the Southern Division, Centreville Urban Renewal Office and National Crime Prevention Office were in the Plantol Street as they conducted a walk-about.

The importance of the walk was to reassure residents of the police's commitment in their community.

During the walk, the officers issued various crime prevention pamphlets and flyers relative personal and home safety, conflict resolution and neighbourhood crime watch.

The residents were also encouraged to report any and all incidents to the police via the crime stoppers hotline anonymously.

This initiative is consistent with the Commissioner's Policing Plan on the Prevention and Detection of Crime.


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