The man said he was abused at the Central Police Station, where he had gone for a scheduled meeting with the police chief.

Civilians visiting police headquarters in Kingstown must now show national identification, the Police Public Relations Department announced on Tuesday.

“The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force is informing the general public that persons visiting Central Police Station (barracks), must identify themselves to the sentry by presenting their national identification card or other form of photo ID,” a terse statement said.

 

One reply on “Visitors to Central Police Station must now show ID”

  1. Ricardo Francis says:

    I ask the following questions:

    1.What exactly is the legal, social, economic and political justification and explanation for this new development?

    2. Is there something brewing in the political arena that the public at large is not knowledgeable about at this time?

    3.Under what specific law and or legislation in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, gives the police the legal authority to pursue this arrangement?

    4. Why do this now?

    5. Are there other security and protective concerns brewing, as a result of this government deficient political, economic, legal, educational and social policies?

    6. Has there been a security breach that can not be rectified?

    7. Are we concluding the manuscript of 1984?

    8. What does the government and the opposition have to say about this specific arrangement?

    9. Is this arrangement going re-stabilize a failed state of St. Vincent and the Grenadines?

    Yours Truly,
    Ricardo Francis, Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in Waiting and in the Making?

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