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Police receive Close Circuit Television (CCTV) equipment

Police receive Close Circuit Television (CCTV) equipment
Arden Tannis (front second from left), the immediate past President of the SVG Ex-Police Association of New York, hand over CCTV equipment to Commissioner of Police Colin John while other members of the RSVGPF looks on

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The security system of the Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (RSVGPF) has been enhanced with the receipt of Close Circuit Television (CCTV) equipment from the SVG Ex-Police Association of New York.

A brief handing over ceremony was held at Police Headquarters Conference Room on Wednesday, December 18, 2019.

Arden Tannis, the immediate past President made the donation on behalf of Pam Ferrari, the current President of the SVG Ex-Police Association of New York to Commissioner of Police Colin John. The ceremony was witnessed by the Staff Officer, the Chairman and executive members of the Police Welfare Association (PWA) and the Public Relations and Complaints Department.

While delivering brief remarks, Tannis stated that he was very pleased to donate the pieces of equipment on behalf of the SVG Ex-Police Association of New York.

He said that his organization has done many charitable acts within St Vincent and the Grenadines and throughout the Diaspora.

In receiving the donation the Commissioner thanked Tannis on behalf of the members of the police force. The Commissioner emphatically said that security of any country and its people is of paramount importance. He said the equipment in conjunction with the efforts of the RSVGPF will enhance safety in the country.

Also making brief remarks at the handing over ceremony were Station Sergeant Brenton Smith, Chairman of the PWA and former commissioner of Police Michael Charles on behalf of the Ex Police Association of SVG who both endorsed the sentiments of the Commissioner of Police.

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