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PM Pierre mentioned about crime information sharing with police

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Saint Lucia: Philip J Pierre, the serving Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, recently gave a statement in the parliament in which he one more time mentioned about the crime situation in the island nation. The PM mentioned in his words that he knows about the ground reality and is regularly in touch with law enforcement agencies.

As the Minister for National Security, PM Philip J Pierre is also responsible for the safety and security of the people of Saint Lucia in the direction of which he took some firm steps at regular intervals and also actively working on it now.

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PM Pierre said in his statement that he is taking note of the crime situation and what is happening behind the scenes about which he is constantly having conversations with the police department while sharing his intakes with the senior members of the agencies.

The same thing PM mentioned in front of the reporters in the press conference, he said, “All that pretence about crime and who is pushing crime, I know what’s happening behind the scene. I’ve told the police what I know.”

In the press conference, PM Pierre mentioned that he is not into the operational matter. The activity on the ground level is the responsibility of the police department which he is not interrupting. The prime minister is just having a conversation on the right points that are needed to be focused on.

PM Philip J Pierre already mentioned in his statements given before that he is in full support of the police department of Saint Lucia to eliminate the criminals from the island. He said that his government will provide complete backup and availability of necessary facilities to the police department in the fulfilment of the agenda.

The appointment of Jeremiah Norbert in the prime minister’s cabinet as the Minister for Crime Prevention in Saint Lucia is also seen as a major step in the direction of reducing crime in the nation. Minister Norbert is a former police officer who brings ground-level experience to the table which is one of the primary points that makes him a perfect candidate for the role.

After his appointment as the minister, Jeremiah Norbert is actively working in the direction of achieving the target of zero crime. Ernest Hilaire, the deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, who is currently holding the responsibilities of PM in the absence of Philip J Pierre, also gave his statement against the crime. In his statement, he said before that the government is not going to surrender against the crime or neither the authorities.

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