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Regional police now better at accident probes


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REGIONAL police are only scratching the surface of accident and collision investigations.

Yesterday, 26 regional officers from eight countries officially completed the Regional Police Training Centre’s accident two-week investigation course as part of the closing ceremony. It was held at the centre in Seawell, Christ Church.

Course participant, Corporal Kevin Wickham of the Barbados Defence Force, gave the students report where he spoke on how comprehensive the training was.

“In the Caribbean, most of our traffic laws are similar in nature, which fostered greater cohesion between course members since we were able to relate to similar situations.” (CA)

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.




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