The general public is invited to join the Royal Grenada Police Force in the celebration of its 2015 Police Week, which will be held during the period 31 May to 6 June 2015, under the theme “RGPF and You Working Strategically Towards Safer Communities”, with a focus on reducing Domestic Violence and Sexual Related Offenses.
The week of celebrations will officially begin with a launch on Friday, 29 May at Bruce Street car park commencing at 4:30 pm where there will be special performances by local entertainers including; Black Wizard, Luni Sparks and Electrify and Ajamu.
On Saturday, 30 May 2015, will be a table tennis competition at the Public Workers Union building Tanteen, St George during which a Public Health Fair will be held between the hours of 9 am and 3 pm. This will be followed by a Church Service at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Tivoli, St Andrew on Sunday, 31 May 2015 commencing at 9 am.
Other activities will follow during the week and the celebrations will culminate with an athletics meet on Saturday 6 June, 2015 at the Roy St John Recreation Ground beginning at 9 am.
|Friday, 29 May||17:00||Launch of Police Week||Bruce Street Mall Car Park|
|Saturday, 30 May||9:00||Inter-club Table Tennis Competition
Open for male and female. Team & Singles
|PTS Compound or PWU Building|
|Sunday, 31 May||9:00||Church Service||Tivoli RC Church|
|Monday, 1 June||20:00||Beyond the Head Lines Domestic Violence & Sexual related offences Open house GNOW, RGPF, DPP Office, Legal & Counselling clinic|
|Tuesday, 2 June||9:00||Field Events Finals for all Clubs||Tanteen playing Field|
|Thursday, 4 June (Public Holiday)||9:00||Fiesta Day:
Wind ball Competition Male & Female Inter-club (10 overs)
Concurrent Indoor Games
Bar operated by the Police Sports Club
|Hermitage Playing field,
|Friday, 5 June||17:00||Evening of Entertainment
Highlighting Community Projects
|Saturday, 6 June||9:00||Police Athletics Meet
Champion Club decided
|Grand Roy, St John Recreation Ground|
Source: Office of Commissioner of Police, Police Headquarters
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