Police station on Potter’s Cay is failure
Please allow me space in your column to pose the following public question to the commissioner of the Royal Bahamas Police Force, whose organization maintains a manned facility and (one presumes) constant, visible patrols on a minuscule causeway/peninsula under a high traffic bridge with single, easily controlled entry and exit points to an adjacent one-way street:
How exactly does a person get robbed on Potter’s Cay (as reported in The Tribune of the October 30, 2018)?
Awaiting your timely response.
– Andrew Allen
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