The President said he was not interested in a “foreigner” as head of the Police force.
Hope he is right about the choice(s) and the citizens expect that these appointed will not fail them.
The Police cannot depend on private CCTVs in some areas to effectively do police work. They need to
monitor and manage this aspect by themselves with equipment.
With the oil revenues looming, it is time for the new Police Chief to start looking into “body cams” and Police
vehicles being installed with cameras that must be activated with all stop & search, arrests, shootings etc. These cameras will be an asset in the transparency that the President and the PC expect. Cameras on city streets
installed by or paid for by the State will put a dent in the crime that continues to affect daily lives of the citizens
for the past decades. Cutting the extravagant food and alcohol bill at the Assembly to “tea and sandwich”,
the savings could help in funding street cameras.
Of course, the cameras will be of no use without a reliable electricity supply.
Now, the question: Are these appointments ” registered members of the PNC and carry their membership cards ?”
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