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Beat 10 - Seven Mile Beach North

Beat 10 - Seven Mile Beach North

PC Daniel Devine is the officer incharge of Beat 10 and he is looking forward with meeting the residents of beat 10 and getting to know them. He is looking forward to assisting you with your community concerns, to build a safer, stronger environment for all to live in and enjoy. He will be assisted on this beat by AC Franklyn Smith. 


PC Daniel Devine, formerly an officer in the UK, was previously attached to Beat 8. With this change in environment, PC Devine's strategy is to organise increase patrol in areas on the beat with a high crime vulnerability, with the hope of reducing crime. He has already started doing so with K-9 patrols on the beaches and near the bars in the beat. 


PC Devine is also very passionate about uplifting the youth in the community and will make efforts to connect with them and facilitate mentoring and educational projects and clubs so that the you in West Bay and more specifically Beat 10 and be informed and guided to make better decisions as they grow older and thus also lower the number of criminal that are produced from his beat area.


Beat 10 extends from West Bay Road in the area of Public Beach to the end of Batabano Road in West Bay. Below are contact information for the officer should you need to speak with them about the concerns you have regarding Beat 10.


Beat 10 Beat Officer: 

PC Daniel Devine - 1 (345)928-5391 - Daniel.Devine@rcips.ky

AC Franklyn Smith -  916-3983: Franklyn.Smith@rcips.ky



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Daniel Devine

Police Constable

PC Daniel Devine is the Community officer overseeing Beat 10. He will be assisted by AC Smith.

Leslie Laing-Hall

Police Sergeant

PS Leslie Laing-Hall is the officer who overseas the NPD officers of the West Bay District and Seven Mile Beach. He operates from the West Bay Police Station and is in charge of four (4) beats.

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