As a consequence of videos being circulated on socialAs a consequence of videos being circulated on socialmedia depicting some omnibus drivers engaged in dangerous and reckless driving, andirresponsible behaviour, the Traffic Branch of the Royal St. Vincent and the GrenadinesPolice Force (RSVGPF) launched an investigation into the occurrences.

This has resulted inPolice Constable Joyron Hull of Green Hill being charged with driving dangerously and hisdriving permit suspended.On Tuesday, January 31, 2023, Constable Hull was issued with a letter signed by theCommissioner of Police, Mr. Colin John notifying him that his driving permit has beensuspended by virtue of the authority vested in the Commissioner of Police and LicensingAuthority in accordance with the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Act, Chapter 483, Section51(1) of the Revised Edition of the Laws of St. Vincent and the Grenadines 2009.

Constable Hull’s driving permit was suspended on 31.01.23, after he was charged withdriving motor vehicle HR 981 in a dangerous manner on the 26 th of January 2023 at NorthUnion Public Road.

The Commissioner of Police emphasized that the Traffic Branch is aware of the incidents of motorists driving recklessly on public roads. As a result, Traffic Officers have increasedvigilance and patrols to curb these incidents.

Commissioner John expresses his gratitude to the law-abiding people for their ongoingcooperation and assistance in the effort to make St. Vincent and the Grenadines' roads safe.