www. EleutheraNews . com Police Inspector Franklyn Neely 2278, with responsibility for the south Eleuthera Police team, announced on Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017, the implementation of a new initiative, dubbed ‘Operation Riding South’. Assigned Police officers have been equipped with two-wheeled transportation to conduct bicycle patrols within crime hot spot areas and conduct necessary searches. Pictured above are Police Constable 1311 Renardo Brown with Woman Police Constable 4001 Timesha Russell.
RBPF Eleuthera Community Initiatives. By the eleutheran news team
The North Eleuthera Primary School experienced a break-in incident to their tuck shop sometime during the evening on Wednesday, February 8th, 2017, where a variety of lunch items were stolen. The Royal Bahamas Police Force team in north Eleuthera came together to help the school replace the stolen items by combining their personal funds, led by Assistant Superintendent Lawrence Adderley. A suspect was said to have been identified who was being sought. Pictured above are officers from the north Eleuthera Police team with the administration and students from the school.
Three pre-schools in Spanish Wells came together on Friday, February 10th, 2017 at the Children’s Place Pre-School on the island, as part of their ‘Occupations Week’ activities. Police Officer, Sergeant 2253 Pornell Brown, was invited to share with the youngsters on the day, and present on the role of the Police within the community. In keeping with the Commissioner of Police’ Plan 2017 of working with young people, the Police Department in Spanish Wells was delighted to interact with the children, and were said to have been well received.
“I Can Help”, written by Gabrielle Pratt, a fellow Police Officer, was the title of a book donated to the library of the Samuel Guy Pinder All Age School during their Literacy Week activities in February by Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) Officer, Merrick Roker. Two dozen copies were given to the school by Officer Merrick as a private citizen, and he also took time out to read to the students of grade 5 at SGPAAS, as part of the RBPF’s initiatives outlined in the Commis- sioner’s Policing Plan for 2017 involving youth.