Six of Antigua’s best police officers to join RSS Deployment in St Lucia

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Six Member Team of Local Police Police Officers join RSS Deployment in St Lucia:

A six-member team of police officers from the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda departed Antigua on Sunday July 17 to join their counterparts in St. Lucia to assist in restoring law and order.

The exercise is in keeping with the mandate of RSS to provide the necessary security assistance to its member states within the region; in this case St. Lucia, as they are currently experiencing a rapid increase in violent crimes.

The Government of Antigua and Barbuda responded to the needs of the Government of St. Lucia in positive manner, and as a result, the contingent of officers will be part of the RSS operation for a period of 3 weeks in the first instance.

The Hon Prime Minister Gaston Browne and the Hon. Attorney General and minister of Public Safety, commended the officers for their committment and readiness to lend support to our regional partners.

They also extend best wishes to the team.

Commissioner Rodney was at the airport with the officers as they were preparing depart. He thanked the men for selflessly answering the call to duty and their commitment to service at this critical time.

He further admonished the team to be professionals and remain disciplined in whatever they set out to do.

The team, led by Sergeant Clint Spencer was highly motivated and in good spirit as they departed the country.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Yet up to now they can’t come forward and finally tell the public all who involved with kidnapping and murdering Nigel Christian and human trafficking Mehul Choksi to Dominica. They should squeeze Roosevelt Skerritt nuts and let him sing.

    • Ask your prime minister and the Gang of thieves in the ABLP Who killed Nigel Christian and who shot Benjamin before you come on here running your mouth here as usual. You are right about skerritt though..

  2. A very sad congratulations to the bravest men in Antigua.

    But it is Antigua that need our boys on blue.

    Stay safe Alex

  3. So they sending police to other people country, while crime is on the increase in antigua and police patrols are virtually nonexistent? Anyway some of the may be going home or close to home.

  4. If Antiguan Police are being sent out to St. Lucia to sove a 6 year old murder, that the BRITISH POLICE AND GOVERNMENT should be taking responsibility for. Then I am gobsmacked that Gaston Browne needs to send Antiguan CIA OFFICERS to St. Lucia.

    Oliver Gobat, 38 at the time, was brutally murdered on Friday, April 25, 2014. Gobat’s body was found in his burnt-out Range Rover in a remote area at Cap Estate, Gros Islet. According to police, he was badly beaten and shot twice in the head.6 Oct 2021.

    Get a backbone Gaston Browne and say a firm NO, to the British Government.

    Use these men to solve the crimes in Antigua, such as Nigel Christians murder.

    These men are the INTELLIGENCE BUREAU. For Antigua and Barbuda. Use them effectively in this country.

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