Commissioner pays tribute to police officers who died this year


Commissioner of Police Atlee Rodney has paid tribute to police officers the force lost this year.

He did so in an address to mark the start of Police Week which is being held virtually.

Members of the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda are celebrating their 53rd anniversary of Police Week under the theme: “Working Together to Achieve Stability in Times of Uncertainty, Police Week 2021” 

This year’s week of activities will run from September 5th to 11th, and will be celebrated virtually due to the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic.

The celebration started with a church service on Sunday 5th September.

Throughout the week, police officers will appear on the various media to highlight the events of the week and interact with the general public.

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      • Did da police man force u fu open ya legs and mek he cream pie u till u get two whole pikeny. If he nar look after them carry he ah court fu him fu feed him pikney. Last time me check it takes two fu mek pikney chupz ayru always want dey wid da police man and dem and ayru know how dem wutlass then ayru always ah bawl how dem wicked. Tap gee police man ayru wife!

        • I agree. Plus if you have a child with a police and he wutliss how the hell you get two pickney. Is it twins. Smh

      • I always believed officers who neglect their children should be expelled from the force….How could u be arresting others for delinquent child support payments and you’re not taking care of yours….

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