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RMPS installs traffic mirrors at key points

A release from the Royal Montserrat Police Service (RMPS)speaks to Community policing and its focus on crime and social disorder, through the delivery of police services that includes aspects of traditional law enforcement, as well as prevention, problem solving, community engagement, and partnerships.

The release says, “It is against this backdrop that the RMPS will continue to work together with the Montserrat populace as equal partners to identify, prioritize and solve contemporary problems such as crime, fear of crime, social and physical disorder and overall community decay, with the goal of improving the overall quality of life within our borders and promote a true feeling of community safety.

The Traffic Department through community engagement throughout the month of April 2014 continue to receive the assistance of the Lookout community group in the installation of several traffic mirrors on island.  The placement of these mirrors came as a result of the constructive feedback and suggestions expressed on the Drive Time Program.  Mirrors were placed at strategic locations; Cudjoe Head intersection, the corner at the silk cotton tree in Cudjoe Head, the junction of Yellow Hill and St Johns public Road, Davy Hill, The area of the credit union and BBC complex, the entrance to Farara Plaza which house the East Caribbean Agency Office, Clerk of Councils of Office, Lawyer Brandt’s offices and the Deputy Governor’s offices.

Inspector Derona Semper

Inspector Derona Semper

Inspector in charge of traffic, Derona Semper, says, “Over the years the mirrors have been vandalized and with this approach the community would not only have ownership, but as they continue to develop their varied communities they would seek to ensure the protection of the mirrors, knowing that they have contributed physically to their installation.”

The inspector wishes to express thanks on behalf of the management and staff of the RMPS, to the Lookout community group, the public in general and pledge the support of the other community groups on island, “as together we strive to make Montserrat a safe place to live and work,” she says.

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A release from the Royal Montserrat Police Service (RMPS)speaks to Community policing and its focus on crime and social disorder, through the delivery of police services that includes aspects of traditional law enforcement, as well as prevention, problem solving, community engagement, and partnerships.

The release says, “It is against this backdrop that the RMPS will continue to work together with the Montserrat populace as equal partners to identify, prioritize and solve contemporary problems such as crime, fear of crime, social and physical disorder and overall community decay, with the goal of improving the overall quality of life within our borders and promote a true feeling of community safety.

The Traffic Department through community engagement throughout the month of April 2014 continue to receive the assistance of the Lookout community group in the installation of several traffic mirrors on island.  The placement of these mirrors came as a result of the constructive feedback and suggestions expressed on the Drive Time Program.  Mirrors were placed at strategic locations; Cudjoe Head intersection, the corner at the silk cotton tree in Cudjoe Head, the junction of Yellow Hill and St Johns public Road, Davy Hill, The area of the credit union and BBC complex, the entrance to Farara Plaza which house the East Caribbean Agency Office, Clerk of Councils of Office, Lawyer Brandt’s offices and the Deputy Governor’s offices.

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Inspector Derona Semper

Inspector Derona Semper

Inspector in charge of traffic, Derona Semper, says, “Over the years the mirrors have been vandalized and with this approach the community would not only have ownership, but as they continue to develop their varied communities they would seek to ensure the protection of the mirrors, knowing that they have contributed physically to their installation.”

The inspector wishes to express thanks on behalf of the management and staff of the RMPS, to the Lookout community group, the public in general and pledge the support of the other community groups on island, “as together we strive to make Montserrat a safe place to live and work,” she says.