Chinese business sector benefits from Police crime prevention strategies
Members of the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda (RPFAB) collaborated with the Chinese business sector in Antigua to share in much useful crime prevention and security strategies.
Head of the RPFAB’S Office of Strategic Communications (STRATCOM), Inspector Frankie Thomas, and Corporal Anderson Tuitt, met with a wide cross-section of Chinese business owners on Sunday at the Multipurpose Cultural Center.
A PowerPoint presentation highlighting several in-depth security measures that would normally not be for general public consumption was shared with those in attendance.
The meeting came about after discussions between Mr. Wang Erdong, Chargé d’Affaires of the Chinese Embassy in Antigua and Barbuda, and the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Atlee Rodney, to address security measures for Chinese business owners.
Overall, the meeting is said to have been well-received and ended on a good note.
Commissioner Rodney assured those present that the security around business places in St. Johns and its environs is one of several improved security strategies that are currently being implemented.
He also committed to meeting with other business owners to have continued dialogue concerning additional security measures to protect their businesses and staff.