Police Hold Town Hall Meeting with AUA Students


Police Hold Town Hall Meeting with AUA Students

Members of the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda in partnership with American University of Antigua- AUA held a Town Hall Meeting with several medical students on campus Thursday evening.

The aim was to sensitize the students at the university on matters of general safety and security.

The officers presented on topics such as: Traffic and Road Safety, Constitutional Rights, Cyber Crimes, Sex Crimes, Drugs related offences, and Police Procedures during an investigation.

Commissioner Rodney was among the presenters and used the opportunity to reassure the students that the police force stands ready to be of assistance to them during their course of study, and to provide the best courteous and professional services.
He also wished the students a safe and successful semester.

The presenters were Detectives Inspector Theodore Horne and Senior Sergeant Kleus Lavia from the Major Crimes Unit, Senior Sergeant Kenny McBurnie from the traffic department, Sergeant Caynes Joseph and Constable Stacy Thomas from the Coolidge Police Station, Corporal Shepherd Allie and Constable Webber from the Narcotics Department, and Sergeant Denise Byers from the Special Victims Unit.

The meeting was organized by Lennie Quashie, Security Operations Supervisor and Dr. Dawn Roberts, Student Affairs and coordinated in part by Inspector Frankie Thomas.

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  1. If the police did their jobs, all this wouldn’t be necessary. But all a dem is personal slaves to Gaston and Cutie. All now so dem can’t find who forged the signature and kill off Nigel Christian in likka Antigua. I can only hope COVID-19 kill off dem two along with all the rest dem corrupt politician. Nuh care which party dem with.

  2. Weren’t three young men charged for the murder of Christisn. This meeting stems from the taxi driver and student altercation. Note I said altercation because I don’t know if the taxi driver was provoked and to what level. Now what about holding similar meetings in our communities. What about holding a similar meeting in Falmouth where the young man was abducted and killed by police and military officers. I believe this meeting was to appease the student body at AUA so that is why I am suggesting you do likewise for our communities , especially when the crimes are committed by your own.

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