Minister of Economic Planning, Sustainable Development and Industry, Camillo Gonsalves has said that Pan Against Crime Initiative is a positive tool in this country’s fight against crime.
Minister Gonsalves was delivering the feature address at the 8th Anniversary Gospel Concert in Calliaqua yesterday.
He said Pan Against Crime has been a successful initiative to keep the youths involved in a positive program.
Minister Gonsalves, who is also the Parliamentary Representative for East St. George said everyone must work together to ensure the entire country is safe against crime.
Meanwhile … Police Commissioner Michael Charles has pledged his continued support to the Pan Against crime initiative, which has impacted the lives of thousands of young people since its inception in 2008
Other addresses at yesterday’s Gospel Concert came from former Parliamentarian Clayton Burgin and Deputy Chairman of the National Commission on Crime Prevention, Dr. George Frederick.
Pastor Sylvester King of the Glen Baptist Church gave the Exortation.