Community policing clinics head to West Bay & Bodden Town
The Community Policing Department has launched a round of summertime community clinics around the island - with its first event at West Bay Public Beach.
Overall, the objective of the clinics is to provide the public with more opportunities to meet their beat officers, and for residents to let them know their most current concerns.
About 30 members of the nearby community visited the officers' stand, including the Hon. McKeeva Bush, and received public safety pamphlets on a different topics, spoke with the beat officers, and took a survey.
Another clinic took place today in West Bay at Plaza del Sol, and one is set to take place today (June 28) on Boatswain Bay Road.
Through the clinics, West Bay police officers are also informing and inviting residents to join the Community Meeting in West Bay on July 4 with the Commissioner of Police.
Bodden Town Community Officers will also be holding clinics tomorrow (June 29).
The CPD Officers of the Bodden Town District will have a booth set up at the Country Side Shopping Village between 10am and 2pm and at the Coe Wood Beach between 4pm and 6pm.
The officers will also be carrying out an anonymous survey to get a better and wider understanding of the needs of the district.
Will you be there? Let us know your main concerns in the comments section.