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Beat 3 - Bodden Town

Beat 3 - Bodden Town

AC Kemisha Frederick is the Community Officer for Beat 3. She has been in the position for approximately 3 months now and hasbeen getting to know her community. 


AC Frederick is passionate about youth development and the safety and well-being of children, she will be focusing some of her attention on youth development in Beat 3 through partnerships with the Department of Children and Family Services and the Youth Services Unit,  both departments which have offices within the confines of Beat 3. She will be working with the different schools in her beat to ensure the safety of every student and to support Beat 3's youth empowerment efforts.  


AC Frederick will also be looking anti-social behaviours that may plague the communities in her beat such as speeding, drug use, and ferocious dog incidents. If you are a part of Beat 3 and you would like to meet AC Frederick feel free to call or email, her contact details are provided below.


Beat 3 Officer Contact Information:

AC Kemisha Frederick - 926-8974 - Kemisha.Frederick@rcips.ky


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Kemisha Frederick


AC Kemisha Frederick is the Community Police Officer in charge of Beat 3 which begins at the junction of the Frank Sound Road and ends at the junction of Condor Drive in Bodden Town.

Cornelius Pompey

Police Sergeant

PS Cornelius Pompey is the NPD Sergeant in charge of Sector 2 which covers the Bodden Town beat to the Spotts Beat.


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