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Sunday, May 31, 2020

Government Continues to Enhance Security Infrastructure

The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis will continue to beef up the security infrastructure to ensure that public safety is maintained at a...

Ammunition handed over to police as part of peace initiative

Additional ammunition has been taken into Police custody as part of the ongoing peace initiative, the Public Relations Office of the Royal St. Christopher...

New CariSECURE Technology will Empower Police Officers of the Federation

Mission Director USAID, Clinton White, highlighted the CariSECURE project, initiated in July 2016 as its first steps towards addressing the regional crime phenomenon by...

Commissioner Queeley Hails 2017 improvements calls for better in 2018

Commissioner of Police Ian Queeley has commended officers of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPF) for the improvements they made...

Public Support Still Needed to Consolidate Police Gains

Acting Commissioner of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force, Hilroy Brandy, shared that the combined efforts of the security forces, the public...

Community Engagement Remains a Key Pillar in Police Training

As the members of Course 43 prepare to put their training into practice following the Wednesday’s Passing Out Parade, instructors have stressed enhanced community...

Staff Prepares for Police Force’s Computer-Based Data Collection Transition

Officers and civilian members of staff are taking part in a six-week Basics in Computer Training Course at the Police Training School in prepartation...

Last Chance: SKN Youth Encouraged to Enter Eastern Caribbean Video Contest

It's your last chance for entries to the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States,(OECS) video contest dubbed ‘Be a High Commissioner for a day...

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