ACP Hughes says police will continue to be visible
Basseterre, St. Kitts – The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPF) has recorded a number of successes over the past months as a result of several factors including increased vigilance by officers, heightened visibility and targeted operations.
Assistant Commissioner of Police Merclyn Hughes said the public response, for the most part, has been very encouraging and the level of trust by the public in the police has been improving. The stationing of police cars at multiple roundabouts in Basseterre has been a very popular measure.
Hughes relayed a recent story involving a church pastor, who was pulled over at one of these locations, to reinforce her point.