Commissioner of Police Visits Retired Officers

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Commissioner of Police, Atlee Rodney and other members of the police force took time out on Thursday to visit a number of retired police officers, as part of their police week celebration.

Mr. Rodney used the opportunity during the visit to express gratitude to the retired veterans for their years of dedicated service to the police force, and by extension the nation of Antigua and Barbuda.

Many of them became overwhelmed by the kind gesture, as they welcomed the visit from their former colleagues.

One retired senior sergeant said, “This visit is so touching and heart-warming; it shows that we are not forgotten.”

Each retired officer was presented with a package containing food and other essential items.

Earlier in the week, the officers exhibited a similar act of kindness by distributing well over 200 hundred care packages to residents in several communities across Antigua and Barbuda.

The theme for this year’s police week is, “Working together to achieve stability in times of uncertainty”.

The activities officially come to an end on Saturday 11th September.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Now starting to believe the commissioner is trying really hard to Show the public he is not a monster delights himself in giving orders to tear gas and rubber bullet Antiguan citizens..But I must say regardless of the motive I am happy the visited retired officers were given there flowers while whey could smell them…Thank you for ur service and God Bless

    • There was NO PERMISSION given to hold that “activity” by VC Bird bust!!!!

      Stop trying to spread lies and propoganda. The unruly, lawbreakers had NO PERMISSION to be there. Had they abided by the law, the situation would not have occurred.

      NO PERMISSION WAS GIVEN
      NO PERMISSION WAS GIVEN
      NO PERMISSION WAS GIVEN
      NO PERMISSION WAS GIVEN
      NO PERMISSION WAS GIVEN
      NO PERMISSION WAS GIVEN

      • SMH no permission was required. Permission for a march was denied and the organizers decided to picket instead. No permission is required for a picket. You guys much be objective, stick to the truth and stop spreading misinformation.

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