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Posted: Tuesday 30 January, 2024 at 1:00 PM

Police confirm Dieppe Police Station functional

By: Staff Reporter,

    BASSETERRE, St. Kitts - FOLLOWING the temporary location for operations of the Dieppe Bay Police Station to Tabernacle, the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force confirmed that the former has been reopened and is now functional.


    On Saturday (Jan. 27), the Police Force notified the public that after a period of closure, the station was reopened. Back in 2022, the Police Force had announced the closure of operations for works to be undertaken.


    In a social media post, Prime Minister Dr. Terrance Drew wrote, “As national security continues to strengthen, we welcome the reopening of the newly refurbished Dieppe Bay Police Station to serve Dieppe Bay and surrounding environs.”


    But what caused the station to close for more than one year? 


    Works were carried out because of the presence of mold within the station owing to leakage. In a conversation with WINN FM,  the Divisional Officer for District ‘A’, Superintendent Lyndon David, noted that the roof was leaking and there were windows that needed changing.


    “As a result of the water coming through the building, mold was developing within the building,” he confirmed. 


    He explained that for the problems to be remedied inspections and other works were needed to be undertaken with the officers not being present at the time.


    “Now that all of these works are finished, police officers are back in the building and it is operational.”


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