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Romer Street Residents Welcome Police During Community Walk-About
Posted on July 5, 2017
by RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office


On Wednesday 5th July, 2017, Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police Stephen Dean along with officers of Eastern Division; led by Officer in Charger of the division Chief Superintendent of Police Maxine Leary-Rolle, the National Crime Prevention Office and the Urban Renewal Centres in a joint effort conducted a walk about through Romer Street, Fox Hill.

The officers provided the residents of the area with various safety pamphlets advising them on how to manage conflict and how to protect their homes and properties.

This is consistent with the Commissioner's Policing Plan on Reducing the Fear of Crime and Restoring and Maintaining Public Confidence.


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