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Nov 17, 2016

Police Get Ready to CHARM Belize District Residents

Edward Broaster

From November twentieth to the twenty-sixth, residents of Eastern Division will be CHARMed by the division’s Police contingent. In this case, it’s not just hearts and flowers, but Changing Hearts and Renewing Minds, the full acronym for CHARM Week. It’s the brainchild of the People’s Coalition Committee, which serves as liaison with the Police Department, and according to one-third of the triumvirate of regional commanders, the Rural Division’s Edward Broaster, at a press briefing this morning, there is a two-pronged approach to reinforcing the worth and value of community policing.


ACP Edward Broaster, Regional Commander, Eastern Division Rural

“For the week we will be doing a host of community activities to benefit the community and to try to build that relationship between the Police and the community. We hope during the week on the television, a couple mothers that have lost their children to gun violence, so that they can share with the community the impact of pain, sorrow and harm that that brings to a family, when a child is lost. And then we will go into a young person who has changed from gun violence and is being productive in the society.”


The People’s Coalition Committee is also contemplating plans to offer assistance to at least one recent fire victim, though details have yet to be confirmed.

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