Public Advised to Adhere to Traffic Changes During International Home Series


Assistant Superintendent of Police, Ainsworth Irish

With Dominica being selected to host the International Home Series 2013, a senior police officer is advising the public to be on their very best behavior, while cooperating with all traffic rules and regulations of the Police Department.

The Series which is between the West Indies and Zimbabwe will run from March 20th to 24th 2013 at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium.

Assistant Superintendent of Police Ainsworth Irish says the security and safety will be high on their agenda as the Players arrive in Dominica on Sunday March 17th 2013.

Mr. Irish also added that during the matches, there will be search teams at the entrances and exits to prevent patrons from entering with prohibited items and or weapons.

He said over the years they had the cooperation of the public and this is exactly what he wants repeated to ensure everything runs smoothly.

Mr. Irish revealed that, the police will be out in large numbers especially the Criminal Investigation Department (C.I.D) during each day of the Series patrolling, to ensure person do not take advantage of unsuspecting victims.

Inspector Lawrence, who spoke on behalf of the Traffic Department, shed light on the changes that will be made during the International Home Series 2013.

Motor vehicles travelling East along Kennedy Avenue from Independence Street will have to turn left into the Government Headquarters and onto Hillsborough Street.


Speaking on behalf of he Traffic Department, Inspector Lawrence

Inspector Lawrence says these traffic arrangement are very important throughout this Series, and is urging the public to adhere to all traffic signs of the Police Department.

Because of the numerous traffic diversions, he says patrons are advised to seek the option of carpooling as much as possible.

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