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Posted: Wednesday 1 September, 2021 at 1:56 PM

Flow assists in more efficient enforcing of COVID-19 safety protocols

By: (FLOW), Press Release

    St. Christopher & Nevis Police Force deploy new scanning app


    Basseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis – August 31, 2021 – The St. Christopher & Nevis Police Force (SCNPF) now have another tool to assist in helping them to keep the population safe with the launch of their mobile app which allows easier monitoring of permits and licenses using mobile phones. Communications and entertainment company, Flow is showing its support to the community by providing FREE access to the new scanning app to authorized officers of the SCNPF.


    Flow Country Manager, David Lake, said “Flow has always collaborated with the Royal St. Christopher & Nevis Police Force, and we were pleased to grant the request to zerorate the scanning app. It will enable the SCBPF to quickly verify the validity of permits and licenses and thereby allow them to perform their jobs more efficiently. It also continues to demonstrate the powerful role of technology in the fight against COVID-19, whether it’s facilitating our customers and employees to safely work remotely from their homes, ensuring that our students are able to continue their studies through online learning or the faster sharing of data between medical experts across the region to name but a few.”


    Superintendent of Police, Cromwell Henry expressed his gratitude in the following statement, “The Royal St. Christopher & Nevis Police Force is indeed grateful to Flow for graciously consenting to Zero-rate our mobile scanner app and our websites. This has
    enabled our officers in the field to access our Vehicle Registration and Crime Management databases on their mobile devices, at no cost to them. This facility also allows officers to use their mobile phones to scan the QR codes on the permits issued to  members of the public who are permitted to host events or to be out during curfew hours, at no cost to them. Flow has always been a friend of the Police.”


    The SCNPF advises that individuals or companies seeking to apply for special permissions should visit their website at






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