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RMPS ups training on DARE

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Benjamin Rasool

Philbert Daway

Philbert Daway

The Royal Montserrat Police Service (RMPS) has informed that two officers have successfully completed the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) re-certification  training in Antigua from July 15 to July 19, 2014.

Constables Benjamin Rasool and Philbert Daway both described the program as ‘meaningful and timely’ having done the initial course in 2006 in St. Kitts. They informed that the recent course was conducted by Dare International through mentors Snr Sgt. Timothy Dew of Antigua and Roland Sgt. Roland Cobbler from Barbados/

In the release the RMPS says they ‘continue to enhance their delivery of service.’ Presently the service has been delivered within three primary schools, namely, Brades, Lookout and St Augustine. However, for the, “the upcoming school term plans are afoot to incorporate the programme into the Montserrat Secondary School.”

Officer in charge of the DARE training program, Derona Semper says “the RMPS seeks the continued support of the community in our proactive approach towards crime reduction.”

 

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The Royal Montserrat Police Service (RMPS) has informed that two officers have successfully completed the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) re-certification  training in Antigua from July 15 to July 19, 2014.

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Constables Benjamin Rasool and Philbert Daway both described the program as ‘meaningful and timely’ having done the initial course in 2006 in St. Kitts. They informed that the recent course was conducted by Dare International through mentors Snr Sgt. Timothy Dew of Antigua and Roland Sgt. Roland Cobbler from Barbados/

In the release the RMPS says they ‘continue to enhance their delivery of service.’ Presently the service has been delivered within three primary schools, namely, Brades, Lookout and St Augustine. However, for the, “the upcoming school term plans are afoot to incorporate the programme into the Montserrat Secondary School.”

Officer in charge of the DARE training program, Derona Semper says “the RMPS seeks the continued support of the community in our proactive approach towards crime reduction.”