More men in blue to reduce crime

2015-10-27 06:00

Following a march by Kenfac residents four months ago asking for more resources, they are glad that Kensington Police station has additional officers.

The residents were complaining about the police station being under resourced, hence not being able to tackle crime more effectively. They handed over a memorandum of grievances to the station commander, Lieutenant Colonel Bernice Josephs, and demanded a bigger work force. Now 12 more recruits have joined the police station. However they still have to undergo some training, but they will be able to provide their services at the police station and to the community as a whole.

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