May 12, 2015
Pan Against Crime gospel concert this Sunday

The Pan Against Crime gospel concert slated for Sunday, May 17, at the Richland Park Government School hard court is billed to be an event never to be forgotten.

The concert, which kicks off at 4:30 p.m., will include renditions from the Police Band, the Mespo and New Dimension Steel Orchestras, the Police Christian Soldiers, police youth clubs and churches and schools from the community.{{more}}

Also, the opportunity will be used to launch the Richland Park Police Youth Club.

Remarks will be delivered by Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves, Deputy Prime Minister and area representative Girlyn Miguel, and Commissioner of Police Michael Charles.

The Pan Against Crime programme, the brainchild of Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves, was implemented in several schools and community organizations across the country on February 20, 2008. The initiative has taken a unique approach to fighting crime by helping young people in the country turn towards a life of music by learning how to play the steel pan.(Police Public Relations)