Haiti: Police say reign of armed gangs is coming to an end | AlMomento.net

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Port-au-Prince.- Acting Director General of the Haitian National Police, Rameau Normil, has promised that the rule maintained by gangs until today is coming to an end.

He disclosed that he has arranged several meetings with the leadership of the Kenyan Army deployed here with a view to providing appropriate responses to address the insecurity problem effectively and efficiently.

After verifying that seven municipalities in Haiti had no police presence and that police stations and substations were empty, Normil asked for the public's cooperation and support to track down the gang.

Such a situation benefits armed gangs that attack the infrastructure of internal law enforcement agencies, Normil said, as quoted by digital newspaper Le Facteur Haiti.

“I am taking steps to strengthen the units in terms of manpower to facilitate the return of all police officers to their assigned posts,” he explained.

He said there is no set date for conducting raids in the West, especially in gang-ridden areas.

One day the people will wake up and see the bandits arrested and neutralized, Normil said, confirming that the government has already regained control of the Haiti State University Hospital, commonly known as the General Hospital.

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