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Beat 11 - West Bay - N West Point

Beat 11 - West Bay - N West Point

I am Police Constable Eugene Myles.  I am the Community Police Officer for Beat 11, West Bay west area. I have been a police officer for 30 years and have worked in various departments including 4 years as a detective in the Criminal Investigations Department. I have been a Community Police Officer for a number years, during which time I have built a positive relationship with the residents, businesses and leaders of the West Bay District.

My objective over the years was to find out the issues that the community faces and the concerns of its citizens. I’ve come to realize that public safety, crime and aesthetics of the districts are of paramount concern to everyone. My goal is to partner with entities such as the Department of Environment, Department of Environmental Health, Youth Services Unit and Department of Agriculture, and in so doing facilitate community clean-up projects such as the removal of derelict vehicles and the demolition of abandoned houses.  It is my belief that once these projects are realized, crime and public safety issues will be reduced and therefore better managed.

I also hope that by spearheading these projects I will be able to connect with the community and gain the trust of the residents. I also hope that this will encourage everyone in my beat to do their part in keeping the community clean and beautiful, which will in turn keep crime figures low and maintain public safety.

In addition to clean-up projects, I intend to facilitate as many Neighbourhood Watch Programs as possible, as it has been tested and proven that programs of cooperation between citizens and the police are effective in combatting crime.  When people report suspicious activity and crime to the police in their neighborhoods, often we receive timely and accurate information we can act upon.  This cooperation has resulted in a substantial decrease in crime in many Neighbourhood Watch group areas. By investing a small amount of time, we can all become the eyes and ears of the police department.  Together we can all help reduce crime. If you would like to start or join a Neighbourhood Watch, please contact me at numbers or email below.

 

Beat 11 Officers Contact Information:

PC Eugene Myles -  938-1382: Eugene.Myles@rcips.ky

 

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Eugene Myles

Police Constable

PC Eugene Myles is the officer in charge of Beat 11. He is overseen by PS Laing-Hall and operates from the West Bay Police Station.

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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