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Beat 10 - Seven Mile Beach North

Beat 10 - Seven Mile Beach North

PC Franklyn Smith is the officer in charge of Beat 10 and he is looking forward to 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.

PC Smith's strategy is to organise increased patrols 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. 


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



Beat 10 Beat Officer: 

PC Franklyn Smith -  949-3999: Franklyn.Smith@rcips.ky




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Franklyn Smith


PC Franklyn Smith is the beat officer for Beat 10 that stretches from the area of Public Beach on West Bay Road to the area of Mount Pleasant in West Bay.

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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