Commissioner of Police, Reynold Hadaway, said that the ‘Pan Against Crime Program’, is said to have been very beneficial in providing an avenue for young persons to turn away from crime.
Speaking at a rally in Victoria Village on Sunday 26th February the Commissioner said that the Police Force has partnered with several agencies to devise ways and means to ensure crime and violence is lessened.
Commissioner Hadaway also said that music is used as a crime-fighting tool, and as a result, several steel orchestras were formed throughout the country.
Hon. Frederick Stephenson, Minister of National Mobilisation, said that the Pan Against Crime Initiative has impacted the lives of many young persons throughout the country, but more needs to be done in tackling the issue of crime and violence here.
Minister Stephenson spoke at the rally in Victoria Village which was held to celebrate the 14th Anniversary of the National Commission of Crime Prevention and the 9th Anniversary of the Pan Against Crime Initiative.