The Police Cooperative Credit Union – Standard Caribbean Shipping Inc Police Christmas Caroling Contest will take place on Friday December 13, 2019 at the Central Police Station under the theme “A joyous evening of caroling and entertainment”. The contest will commence at 7:00 pm.
Since 2003, the Police Christmas Caroling Contest has been playing an invaluable and instrumental role in fostering a more harmonious relationship between members of the Constabulary and the general public.
The aims of the contest are as follows:
1. To nurture the creative abilities of members of the Force
2. Foster and enhance team spirit among members
3. Strengthen relations with the public and;
4. Assist in building a celebratory atmosphere during the festive season.
Fourteen (14) choirs will seek to dethrone the 2018 senior champs – Fire Busters while the Sandy Bay Police Youth Club Carolers will seek to defend their 2018 crown against seven (7) other choirs in the junior’s category.
The other senior choirs participating are Western Carolers, Eastern Carolers, Central Carolers, Auxiliary Carolers, Crime Busters, Mustique Company SSU Caroler and Traffic Angels; while the other junior choirs contesting are – Barrouallie Police Youth Club Carolers, Paget Farm Police Youth Club Carolers, Georgetown Police Youth Club Carolers, Chapman’s Police Youth Club Carolers, Rose Hall Police Youth Club Carolers, Vermont Police Youth Club Carolers and Questelles Police Youth Club Carolers.
In addition to a cash prize and other prizes, the winner this year’s Christmas Caroling contest will represent the RSVGPF in the Ministry of Transport and Works Christmas Caroling Contest scheduled for Saturday December 14, 2019.
There will be guest appearances from very exciting artistes including Mr. Carlton “CP” Hall, The Bowmans, The Gazetted Officers’ Choir, the Police Christmas Choir and much more.
Music will be provided by the undisputed Police Band.
It is absolutely hypocritical that the police of SVG should hold a carol service when you consider all the filth emanating from their ranks and officers. Rape, sodomy, theft, drug dealing, and beating accused prisoners up to make them confess. Just a few of the things they are involved in.
It would be much more appropriate to find the words to this early 19th century piece and ask the comrade to join them with his little wood, wind section.