Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Department are now ready to serve the general public from their original location in the newly refurbished offices at St. Johns.
A brief ceremony was held on Friday, July 16th 2021 at the St. Johns Police on Newgate Street, to mark the official re-opening. The Honourable Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Public Safety and Labour, Steadroy Benjamin was on hand to cut the ribbon, signalling the operationalization of the facility.
Commissioner of Police Atlee P. Rodney was quite pleased to see the successful completion of the renovation work and express gratitude to the Government and all who played their part to make it a reality.
He singled out the support and contribution from the Honourable Steadroy Benjamin, and Permanent Secretaries Mrs. Stacy Gregg-Paige and Mr. Clarence Pilgrim, as well as the Director of Public Works, Mr. Alden Crump.
He further thanked the public for the patience and support they exercised, during the time the building was under repairs. Rodney said the renovation and re-building work of other Police Stations remains a top priority for his administration, and call upon the government to continue the process.
He gave the commitment that every effort will be made to ensure the proper maintenance and use of the facility to provide the best possible services to the general public.
Anyone wishing to conduct business at C I D can now do so in a more comfortable and conducive environment. The offices can be reached at 462-3913 or 462-3914 for further information.