Zero Tolerance Approach by Police for Creole in the Park
Patrons, who will attend the 11th annual LIME Creole in the Park, are being urged to be on their best behaviour, as the police work with a zero tolerance attitude toward criminality and breaches of the peace, during the event’s activities.
Superintendent of Police, David Andrew, explained the police will conduct foot and mobile patrols, while ensuring parked motor vehicles are secured.
No weapons or objects that can be used as offensive weapons will be allowed into the Botanical Gardens nor will smoking and unauthorized vending be permitted at the venue.
Homeowners planning to attend the event are urged to ensure that their homes are properly secured and to inform neighbours of their departure and possibly leave a light on.
Among items not permitted at the event are; cutlery, spanners, scissors, knives, matches, lighters, dividers or compasses and nail files.