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Chopping victim Maygan Pascal is supporting a September 22, 2019 women’s walk against violence planned for the community of Soufriere. Pascal was attacked on her way home last month by an assailant at Town Extension, Soufriere resulting in her hospitalisation. Currently back home and in good spirits, the former beauty pageant contestant told St Lucia Times […]

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A women’s march against violence has been planned for Soufriere on September 22 about 3.00 pm. The event has been organised by the Soufriere Youth and Sports Council, Sergeant Shervon Matthieu under his hashtag ‘A Cop Who Cares’ and the Guardians Club. Matthieu told St Lucia Times that the club is headed by former beauty […]

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A wave of gun violence in neighbouring Martinique has prompted plans for a new anti-violence march this weekend in the capital, Fort de France, local reports say. The activity is scheduled for Saturday and has the support of community activists, civic groups and relatives of persons injured or slain by gunfire. The plans for the […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – The United States government and the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) are working together to improve opportunities for vulnerable youth in Castries, Saint Lucia, formalised their commitment to this collaboration, signing a letter of agreement that reaffirms their joint partnership with the government of Saint Lucia on comprehensive violence prevention projects being funded […]
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CBS News:- Two women who worked with a group called Mothers Against Senseless Killings were shot dead Friday in the South Side Chicago neighborhood where they volunteered to curb gun violence. Police say they don’t believe the two young mothers were the intended targets. The deaths of Chantell Grant, 25, and Andrea Stoudemire, 35, in the […]

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ST GEORGE’S, Grenada – On July 24, the United States government, in collaboration with the government of Grenada, launched a Police Records Management Information System (PRMIS) that will help the Grenada police force to improve data management and analysis.  The PRMIS system will be piloted in three police stations namely; St Paul’s, St George’s Central […]
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A body with apparent marks of violence was discovered Sunday in the sea behind the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School (CCSS), law enforcement officials say. The officials told St Lucia Times that the throat of the male individual appears to have been slit. Police were alerted to the discovery Sunday morning. They say the body was […]

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Press Release:– Key representatives from the   law enforcement and social work sectors participated in a two-day consultation on the findings of a CARICOM commissioned- European Development Fund supported study entitled “Rapid Assessment of Risks, Threats and Protective Factors Crime and Violence Prevention Project”. Deliberations took place at the Golden Palm Conference Centre in Rodney Bay […]

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