Assistant Commissioner of Police Erwin Boyce (left) in discussion with Station Sergeant Roland Cobbler, general manager of Pan-American Health Keith King, and head of the New Orleans and Chapman Lane Mobile Unit Jamal Mohan (right). (Picture by Nigel Browne.)
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AFFECTING A TRUCE between the leaders of two gangs is high on the agenda for community policing.
Head of the Chapman Lane and New Orleans Mobile Unit Sergeant Jamal Mohan said the two men are known to have a major influence on the youth of the area.
Mohan was speaking earlier today at the launch of the second phase of the Reading and Learning in Harmony programme which is being done in conjunction with the Pan-American International Insurance Corporation.
He said the truce would redound to making the community safer. (YB)