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Screen_Shot_2014-10-31_at_7.52.57_PMAs is protocol, every end of the month officers attached to the Corozal Police Formation line up for inspection in front of the Corozal Police Station and this month was no exception.


Today, over 40 police officers were individually inspected by Superintendent Andrew Ramirez, Officer In Charge of the Corozal Police Formation, with the objective of maintaining officers well attired and well-presented while on, and off duty.


For this particular inspection, nine officers in rank and file were granted a day off for carrying out the rules and regulations of the department.

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