Clauston Francis, Acting Superintendent of Police, has made a call for the revitalization of Neighbourhood Watch Groups across St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
The Superintendent of Police (ASP), said Neighbourhood Watch groups are an essential element in reducing crime, and he made a special appeal for groups that have been dormant to become active again.
Francis said it is important for Vincentians in communities across the country to keep an eye out for each other.
He also told NBC Radio that if persons need assistance, they could speak to a police officer in their district.
Neighbourhood Watch Groups have been established in Queens Drive – Campden Park – Layou/Buccament – Carrierre – Glenside – Mesopotamia – Ocean View – Sion Hill/Bayhill – Canegrove/Pembroke and Brighton/Belvedere.