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Final town hall meeting on crime and violence

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Added 18 November 2017

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The final town hall meeting to mark activities for Crime Awareness Month will be held on Wednesday, November 22, at the Queen’s Park Steel Shed, beginning at 7 p.m.

The topic for discussion will be Culture and Its Impact on Violence.  The panellists are entertainer, Eric Lewis; Programme Manager at Starcom Network, Ronald Clarke; radio personality and songwriter, Patrick “Salt” Bellamy; and music teacher, composer and pianist, Roger Gittens. The moderator will be Corey Lane.

Crime Awareness Month is being celebrated under the theme Reducing Crime and Violence in Our Communities.

All are invited. (BGIS)

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