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New York Based St.Kitts Community Activist Makes Appeal for Crime Fighting Assistance for Hometown

 

 

New York Based Cayon Activist Lennox Liburd recieving Father of the Year Award in New York. Liburd has made a loud appeal for assistance in procuring CCTV's for his hometown of Cayon on St.Kitts .

New York Based Cayon Activist Lennox Liburd recieving Father of the Year Award in New York. Liburd has made a loud appeal for assistance in procuring CCTV’s for his hometown of Cayon on St.Kitts .

Cayon, St.Kitts (January 28th 2016):- Well known New York based St.Kitts Community Activist Lennox Liburd has made a loud and passionate appeal for assistance for his hometown in Cayon.

Motivated and Inspired by the recent spate of violent and gun related crimes in his hometown community Liburd went to social media to make the clarion call for assistance in the fight against crime in the neighborhood that nurtured and raised him.

Labeled the OPERATION CAMPAIGN DRIVE Liburd appealed through social media , to all his fellow villagers , friends of his beloved community of Cayon and friends and nationals of St.Kitts-Nevis to contribute to the campaign that will result in the implementation of a number of crime fighting enhancements in the Community beginning with the procurement of CCTV’s.

Liburd  declared “OPERATION CAMPAIGN DRIVE!! To all Cayonites at home and abroad, our community is slipping away by the hours, we continue to pray for our young sons, their immediate families and our community on a whole. What more can we do or say?It’s my firm belief that we can help to save lives in our community by establishing a fund to assist in the purchasing of” BIG BROTHER CCTV CAMERAS ” to be installed in the hot spot areas of our village. I firmly contend the right equipment is one way to protect people and property in our community. We need your help to make sure that we’ve got the protection we need to protect you.”

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CCTV is widely used throughout the world in assisting and enhancing the fight against crime and violence.

Graeme Gerrard of the  UK Association of Chief Police Officers on the installation of thousands of CCTV throughout the UK “When cameras are properly targeted, they can deter offenders, reduce the level of crime and increase the feeling of safety for those using our public spaces.”

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