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Police Commissioner Severin Moncherry has given instructions that police officers, whether in uniform or not, must wear masks in public. Deputy Commissioner Milton Desir made the disclosure Tuesday. He spoke against the backdrop of reports that an officer in Trinidad and Tobago was arrested for not wearing a mask in public as part of COVID-19 […]

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Saint Lucia police have denied what they describe as a malicious and  ‘very inaccurate’ claim that officers at the Anse La Raye station tested positive for COVID-19. Police spokeswoman, Anne Joseph, said a woman made the allegation in a voice note. Joseph explained that on October 23, 2020, a male prisoner was  taken into custody […]

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Statement by Chief Fire Officer Joseph Joseph: The St. Lucia Fire Service hereby provides an update on its first positive COVID-19 case. Today, Monday, October 26, 2020, operations at the Micoud Fire Station remain temporarily suspended. Staff on home quarantine and other members assigned to this station will undergo testing at various respiratory clinics. Arrangements […]

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By Shareene Lindsay (St. Lucia News Online) — Member of Parliament (MP) for Dennery North and Former Sports Minister Shawn Edward has called on his constituents and the wider St. Lucian public to cooperate with health officials in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in light of the recent surge in cases locally. “As we […]

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A Saint Lucian police officer charged for the offence of murder will not be suspended. The disclosure was made today (Tuesday) by Commissioner of Police Severin Moncherry, during a wide-ranging press briefing at Chesterfield. Constable Mitchell Vitalis was charged for the offence of murder in August 2020, following investigations into the 2018 shooting death of […]

The post St. Lucian Police Officer charged for murder will not be suspended appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR

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Mayor of Castries Peterson Francis is describing the recent release of budgeted figures at the Castries constituency council (CCC) as malicious. An irate Francis addressed calls for an investigation into the CCC’s finances at a press conference on Tuesday.
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Following about eight months on vacation leave, Severin Moncherry resumes his duties as Saint Lucia's Commissioner of Police today, September 8. In Moncherry's absence, Milton Desir served as acting commissioner, and the two are scheduled to participate in a handing over exercise later today. A veteran police officer, Desir now proceeds on pre-retirement leave.

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