Police Community Engagement picks up pace – Albouystown engaged
The winning team collect their trophies.
The winning team collect their trophies.

FOLLOWING a community walkabout, the Regional Division 4A Administration pledged to work with the residents of Albouystown in building a safe community and an atmosphere of Police/Public Partnership.
Last Sunday, the first of a number of planned activities was executed on the community tarmac at Hunter Street and Independence Boulevard. This was a four-a-side football competition between the youths of Albouystown. Six teams – Top Strikers, Positive Ballers, Albouystown Stars, Little Ballers, Spartans and Future Stars, participated, including two female teams.

The first-placed male team were Positive Ballers. In second place were Future Stars and third-placers were Albouystown Stars. In the female line-up, Little Ballers carted off the top spot with Top Strikers settling for second.
Prizes were given to first-, second- and third-place winners, MVPs and highest goalscorers.
On hand to witness the activity were Superintendent Guy Nurse, Second in Command Regional Division# 4 ‘A’; O/C # 2 Sub-Division Assistant Superintendent Mahindranauth; Woman Inspector Grandison; Sgt 14861 Hossana; Sgt 20404 Griffith, Sgt 21299 Scott, W/Sgt 19012 Daley and other ranks, in addition to members of the Albouystown Police Youth Group and their liaisons, Kim Morgan and Donna Plass.
Meals were provided for all while trophies, medals and uniforms were donated by Attorney-at-Law Anastasia Sanford, who has pledged her support in working with the Albouystown community.

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