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New police stations coming

Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite is due to launch the mult-million dollar Citizen Security Facilities Project here tomorrow which will see the construction of new police stations and the refurbishment of others.

In addition to building a new Hastings/Worthing Police Station in Christ Church, the project will also see the construction of a new police station and magistrates’ court at Cane Garden, St Thomas; repairs to the old male barracks at the Central Police Station; and a state-of-the-art gym.

It will also involve the refurbishment of the former Black Rock Police Station for the use as the Truth Verification and Family Conflicts Unit; the relocation of the Police, Post and Welfare Offices to the Elaine Scantlebury Home, in Bellplaine, St Andrew; and a satellite office for the Department of Emergency Management.

Lawmen working in St George are also to benefit from the construction of a new police station and Magistrates’ Court at Boarded Hall, St George, while the former Registration Department will be refurbished to house the Criminal Investigations Department.

In addition, the Citizen Security Facilities Project will also involve the permanent relocation of the Drainage Division and Quantity Surveyors Section of the Ministry of Transport and Works to the former Barbados Water Authority Headquarters in The Pine, St Michael.

Construction work will commence at Hastings/Worthing, Christ Church; Cane Garden, St Thomas; and the Central and Black Rock police stations on Monday.

3 Responses to New police stations coming

  1. Peachesnaddy Brown
    Peachesnaddy Brown January 29, 2016 at 4:25 am

    Ok in the mean time give the police guns……i realize bad men have more guns than police

  2. Observer January 29, 2016 at 10:02 am

    I agree in giving the police guns but with proper training not to shoot first and ask questions afterwards

  3. Kevin January 29, 2016 at 12:58 pm

    Oh give me a break. You how long the ground was broken for the Worthing/Hastings station? The only thing standing there is a sign.


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