The Pan Against Crime Programme celebrates its sixth Anniversary on Thursday.

As part of celebrations, a grand concert will be held on Saturday, Feb. 22, at 4 p.m. at the Spring Village playing field, during which the Spring Village Police Youth Club will be officially launched.

Several youths from the Chateaubelair, Petit Bordel and Spring Village Police Youth Clubs will display their talent in song, dance, and drama.

The Police Band, Potential and Vita Malt Symphonix Steel Orchestras will provide music. Representatives from the RSVG Police Force, National Commission on Crime Prevention, the Youlou Pan Movement and the Government are expected to address the concert.

The Pan Against Crime Programme has established 12 steels bands in communities and schools throughout St. Vincent and the Grenadines, which have resulted in over 3,000 youths being trained in the art of playing pan, and given guidance on avoiding delinquency and criminal activities.

(Police Public Relations Dept)