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Three police officers were injured in an operation on Thursday to clear the main road in the community of Salisbury in Dominica, Police Chief Daniel Carbon has said. The road was blocked as part of protests for electoral reform on the island. Carbon also confirmed that the main road in Marigot, which leads to the ...

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Trinidad Newsday:- A war of words has intensified between the police and the magistracy with Police Commissioner Gary Griffith directly calling on a magistrate to not bully his officers, and the magistrate accusing policemen of pedalling misinformation about the courts. Griffith’s latest salvo comes in a release this weekend in which he claims a magistrate, Aden […]

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A Castries woman has filed a formal complaint alleging that law enforcement officers brutalised the father of her children. Police say they are aware of the complaint and are investigating. Nasha Louis  relates that the father of her children, Augustin Pelage, went out with some friends on Friday. “Early in the morning on their way […]

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Press Release:- The Government of Saint Lucia has placed citizen safety high on its medium term development agenda as it seeks to reduce serious crimes by 45 percent by the year 2022. Part of the approach is to improve policing by increasing the number of officers. Prime Minister Hon. Allen Chastanet, on Sep. 20, addressed the […]

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The Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations, and Sustainable Development has achieved a major milestone in its School Safety Programme. A group of Grade Five students have been designated school safety officers. Students at the Gordon and Walcott Memorial Methodist Primary School began training in basic safety procedures two years ago. The procedures included hazard […]

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