Saint Lucia: Philip J Pierre, the Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, highlighted his commitment towards the maintenance of law and order in the nation by removing crime. The prime minister mentioned that the government under his leadership will not compromise with the crime and the criminals, especially with those who threaten the security of the island and its citizens.
PM Philip J Pierre gave his statement through a press release published by the PM Office, which was to the condemnation of the recent shooting that resulted in casualties and injuries. It was mentioned that the prime minister keeps the safety of the residents a priority, along with the visitors of the nation.
The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force, also known as RSLPF in short, received complete support from Prime Minister Pierre to conduct anti-crime operations within the law. The prime minister advocates effective strategies for fighting against crime in the nation, especially against the gang-related crimes.
PM Philip J Pierre, who also handles his role of Minister for National Security, is actively involved in facilitating the sharing of resources and tools for the RSLPF in their anti-crime operations to neutralise crime.
Senior police leadership of the nation assured PM Philip J Pierre that known gang members, their accomplices and leaders are being traced and under the radar until they all are arrested and removed from the communities. PM Philip continues to support the police to arrest and dismantle the illegal activities of these criminals from society.
The strong steps taken to fight against crime show that the government, under the leadership of PM Philip J Pierre, is committed to removing crime and injustice from the nation of Saint Lucia. The purpose of the anti-crime programs implemented by authorities is to divert the common population and protect them from becoming the victim of the crimes committed by criminal gangs.
Regular communication is established between PM Philip and the head of the RSLPF, and the strategic meeting is conducted through weekly talks. This is also to make sure that the Minister is informed about the police operations and actions taken by them to remove criminals from the streets while maintaining the rule of law.