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Residents of Micoud North are expecting to get more clarity on the death of Chakadan Daniel from law enforcement officials who are scheduled to hold a public meeting there on Saturday.

That's according to one resident and former Press Secretary Darnley Le Bourne who stressed that the subject is among the main issues that continue to be of concern, particularly as the inquest into Daniel’s death concluded that it was an unlawful killing.

Mr Le Bourne says while the issue is now out of the hands of the police, the absence of a DPP is the cause for further delays in resolving the case.

Mr Le Bourne is hopeful that the consultation will be used as a tool to promote and strengthen community relations and foster a more civil approach to policing.

The consultation is expected to apprise members of the community on recent developments regarding crime prevention and management and other related matters.

It will take place at the Mon Repos Combined School on Saturday at 6pm
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