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PM Drew visits Special Service Unit of Royal Christopher & Nevis Police Force

WorldPM Drew visits Special Service Unit of Royal Christopher & Nevis Police Force

The Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew on Friday has paid visit at the Special Service Unit (SSU) of the Royal Christopher and Nevis Police Force. During the visit, PM Drew has expressed honour and pride regarding the hard work, determination and the commitment that the police forces are show towards their jobs. PM Drew has shared these words in order to boost their morale.

As per the details, Prime Minister Dr Terrance Drew was also accompanied by the National Security expert Dr Edwin Powell during his visit to the Special Service Unit of the Royal St Christopher and Nevis Police Force.


It is to be noted that the Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew has shared the glimpse of the meeting with the police officials. PM Drew during the meeting has ensured support and assistance from the government of St Kitts and Nevis.

Meanwhile, PM Drew took it to his official social media handle, to share that, “Yesterday I visited the Special Services Unit (SSU) of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force to share a few words of encouragement and dialogue with the members on their role, and the Government’s vision for National Security.”

At the same time, he also appreciated the Special Service Unit (SSU), adding that, “We are having highly dedicated and competent police force who are ready and equipped to protect and serve their nation.”

During the meeting, he also shared gratitude reassurance, and encouragement with the officers for their diligent work and unwavering commitment. He also reiterated the government’s steadfast support for law enforcement’s efforts to maintain peace and order in the Federation.

Furthermore, Prime Minister Drew reminded the SSU officers that the duality of their duties requires them to be both forceful and compassionate as a situation may require. He urged them to always practice mindfulness as their decisions directly impact civilian lives. He also extended thanks to the SSU officials for their service and challenged them to keep their eyes on the prize of a better tomorrow.



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