Top Cop says ACCP meeting ‘fruitful and successful’


Saint Lucia’s police commissioner, Severin Moncherry, recently back from a meeting of the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP) in Jamaica, has said that a lack of resources – both human and otherwise, is the biggest challenge in the battle against crime.

“We know that within the Caribbean we have a number of Island chains and  with all of those porous borders, it makes it a little more difficult for us to be able to fight crime and social disorder,” Moncherry stated.

He observed that as a result, the region is adopting a collaborative approach to crime fighting.

Moncherry said that the  Jamaica gathering was ‘fruitful and successful.’

He disclosed that the session focussed on transnational crime in the Caribbean region.

“We are looking at a transnational approach…

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