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NCPO Police Speaks at In-Worship Ministries International
Posted on September 21, 2017
by RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office


Constables # 3992 Tameka Neely and #3651 Jerard Culmer from The National Crime Prevention office accepted an invitation to speak at Broken In-Worship Ministries International and Prophetess Tamara Simmons emphasizing the importance of education, and the consequences of crime in today's society.

This message was directed towards at risk female students that attend C.H.Reeves Jr. High school who left the event with a better understanding of how to conduct themselves in school and also how a simple act can alter their future.

The officers handed out pamphlets on conflict resolution and school violence prevention tips to help shape the young ladies future with the intentions of creating future leaders of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

This initiative is consistent with the Commissioner's Policing Plan on Working With Young People.


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