Government enhancing capabilities of security forces through training and recruitment all with aim of maintaining citizen security

As part of its holistic approach to maintaining the safety and security of citizens and residents, the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis is placing greater emphasis on enhancing human resources within the various security agencies.
Speaking at his monthly press conference with Cabinet Ministers today, Thursday, July 13, Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, the Honourable Dr. Terrance Drew stated that this includes the provision of training opportunities for law enforcement officers and continuing the recruitment drive.
“On July 17th, we will resume police training where we would have at least thirty (30) new recruits who will begin intense and focused training in the general duties of a police officer— self-defence, evidence and procedure, weapons training, among other key areas, and of course, we are upgrading the curricula to make sure that it responds to our national security needs,” Prime Minister Dr. Drew said.


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