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Acting Station Sergeant at the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF), Roland Cobbler (right) presenting a top prize for the D.A.R.E Programme to the most outstanding student, Robyn Delice (left) at their Graduation which was held yesterday at the Luther Thorne Primary School.
 
 
   
All must assist in tackling drug abuse problem
There is some concern that school children as young as those at the primary school level are being influenced by the drug culture.

This was revealed by Acting Station Sergeant at the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF), Roland Cobbler who delivered the introduction at the D.A.R.E Programme Graduation yesterday at the Luther Thorne Primary School.

“Working with the schools is one of the tasks that I have enjoyed over the years. However, as I analyse the level of indiscipline and delinquent behaviours being displayed by some of our youth, I am concerned. Some of our children are being easily influenced by the drug culture and as a result it is having a negative impact on family life and is likely to threaten the stability of our society.”

He stated that this must be a concern to all of them and as young people, they must take every effort to make sure that they assist in finding wa...

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