Calibishie Police Station to be commissioned

The new Calibishie Police Station
The new Calibishie Police Station

The newly constructed Calibishie Police Station to be commissioned at a ceremony scheduled for Wednesday, August 12, 2015.

The Calibishie Police Station was constructed at a cost of over two million dollars and will greatly enhance law enforcement efforts in the north of the island.

Prime Minister of Dominica the Honourable Roosevelt Skerrit, Minister for Justice, Immigration and National Security Honourable – Rayburn Blackmoore, Parliamentary
Representative for the Paix Bouche Constituency (which includes Calibishie) and Minister for Commerce, Enterprise and Small Business Development – Honourable Roselyn Paul will address the ceremony to commission the new station.

The Calibishie Police Station is a modern state of the art facility to include, charge and interview rooms, holding cells, inspector’s quarters, accommodation for male and female officers and other necessary amenities.

The ceremony to commission the new Calibishie Police Station begins at 4:30pm.

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    August 12, 2015

    i thought this building would have been better with glass hurricane windows..these stupid looking galvanize windows on such a beautiful building..are these contractors still living in the old days and age? get in line and modernize..this look like a copra house well painted..chupes,,

  2. Million dollar govt
    August 12, 2015

    Two million dollars for what? Two million dollars, that 2, 000, 000. My God I am beginning to wonder if the numerals in DA are different from the other countries. Everything in that place that gov’t is involved in cost in the millions. Is either 0. 5 million or more. Just can’t understand that!

  3. Dan Tanner
    August 12, 2015

    Well, not there’s local room for the many thugs and drug dealers in Calibishie. You know who they are.

  4. martinee
    August 11, 2015

    More space to play dominoes, look it
    More rooms for abuse

  5. August 11, 2015

    In dominica you can build a mansion for 2 million dollars so let’s hope it’s tax payers justice

  6. Jack
    August 11, 2015

    Who is going to do the land scapeing to make the ground look pretty.

  7. we like it so
    August 11, 2015

    granbay Police station
    laplaine Police station
    Calibishie Police station

    hospital close to the main airport close down
    hospital in capital in rotten condition. we know that ministers do not use hospital on Island
    we like it so.

  8. Nonsense
    August 11, 2015

    When workers was in power was it any better? I’m talking about the police head quarters.The whole building needs renovation…and no Government has done that …and that’s hoes for the and that goes for the big big building that’s not painted don’t know what building is that but it is not too far from the police head quarter

  9. rick
    August 11, 2015

    boss,we need a proper hospital and more medical facilities……..

  10. August 11, 2015

    Looks better than the Roseau Police Station. When are we going to get a better and bigger Police Station
    in Roseau?

      August 12, 2015

      when all you vote labor..

  11. architect
    August 11, 2015

    would like to know what the architecture reflects? how does it represent our society and the function of policing within this society?

  12. Padre
    August 11, 2015

    When will Soufriere have a police station?

    Mr Pinard, would it not be cheaper if a police station was built in Soufriere, instead of renting a private home?

    Isn’t it time that the government gives something substantial back to Soufriere after all the support the people of Soufriere give to the Labour Party?

  13. Exhale
    August 11, 2015

    Allu too bias. Police “Stations” including “Head Quarters” have been in dilapidated condition for many, many, many, years, long before labor party came into power and nobody was blabbing about it. Now One was restored, everybody have to criticize. Be honest with yourselves. It doesn’t matter which party comes into power, “we” Dominicans are never satisfied. Look at the one in Colihaut. Many of you do not know this, yes Colihaut have a huge building that use to be the “Police Station”. Court use to be held in Colihaut, private homes have been rented for many years as the “Police Station”. Over the years, prisoners have/are being transported to Portsmouth Station for processing.

  14. Man kind
    August 11, 2015

    Two million really

  15. August 11, 2015

    More jail cells for when allu start demonstrating :-D

  16. Ex DA Law Man
    August 11, 2015

    Why is there a balcony on a police station.Looks more like a residential house.Also limited security.

    • Green Gold
      August 11, 2015

      It is easier to play domino on the balcony while catching breeze coming from the Atlantic… Dominica nice boi

  17. August 11, 2015

    I couldn’t believed my eyes when i see the condition of a main police headquarters in Roseau when I went inside for a police report it’s shameful by this administration, The policemen deserve a better environment.

  18. grell
    August 11, 2015

    Labour Party washed up slogan,state of the art.Mny of the stations are in very poor condition especially police headquarters.

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