Training for Island Constables who will work in Tourism Prescribed Areas commenced at the Police Training School on Monday, January 21 with about thirty (30) participants.
The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force is partnering with the Ministry of Tourism to deliver the training. Persons who successfully complete the month-long course will be sworn-in by the Governor-General. National Security Adviser, Retired Major General Stewart Saunders, said over the next few weeks the participants will learn about the law, how to write reports and take statements. He added that they will be exposed to training in how to improve their observation skills, interacting with people, and learn about the history of St. Kitts and Nevis.