Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite is due to meet this week with the top brass of the police force.
They will be looking at strategies to prevent an upsurge in crime and the drugs trade with unemployment due to increase as a result of public sector retrenchment.
Brathwaite told a media conference yesterday that some hot spots for illicit activity are in Bridgetown and he intends to reach out to opposition Member of Parliament for the City, Jeffrey Bostic, to deal with any problems that may creep up.
“We have to find ways to reach across the political divide,” the attorney general said.
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