The Royal Grenada Police Force wishes to express its concerns about the growing trend of the use of children as bus conductors, particularly during the periods of school holidays.
Twelve thousand US dollars were awarded to four children of police officers under the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP) /Motorola Scholarship Program.
The awardees, Karelle and Janelle Lewis, Nehanda Parkes and Darrel Noel are amongst the 10 winners of the 2014 scholarship program. It is the first time ever that Grenada participated.
The Royal Grenada Police Force is reminding all bus drivers/ bus operators that it is an offense to pick up and let off passengers within the towns in an area other than a prescribed bus stop. SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION Motor Vehicles And Road Traffic (Bus Stops) Regulations.
The RGPF is making an appeal to all bus operators/ drivers who are engaged in this illegal practice, particularly in that of the town of St. George to cease immediately.
Christmas time is busy for everyone, including criminals. We are asking for your help to put a stop to opportunist thieves.
- Put your special mark on your mobile/smart phone, MP3 player, tablet or other electrical items, and other items of value.
- If you have information about any crime you can call 444-1958; no questions asked.
- To report crime in a non-emergency situation call or visit any police station.
- In an emergency always dial 911.
Have a joyful, safe and happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year!