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JAMAICA | McNeil wants more crime fighting resources in Westmoreland

KINGSTON, Jamaica, January 28th, 2019: The Member of Parliament for Western Westmoreland, Dr. Wykeham McNeill wants the police to make better use  of closed circuit television cameras (CCTV) which were installed at strategic locations in his constituency. He said these are not being utilized, neither for the prevention of crime, nor the capture of criminals.

JAMAICA | Prime Minister and Opposition Leader hold Private Meeting

KINGSTON, Jamaica, January 2, 2019 - Despite the fall-through of a meeting called with Opposition Leader Dr. Peter Phillips for ten o'clock this morning to discuss security matters, which the Opposition Leader said he was unable to make due to scheduling conflicts, both leaders at the urging of civil society and the private sector, held private discussions this afternoon at Vale Royal.

Barbados Protecting Its Reputation Against Crime

BARBADOS, OCTOBER 19, 2018 - Government is seeking to bolster existing legislation in an effort to safeguard Barbados’ reputation against the damaging effects criminal activity can have on the country’s stability and confidence of investors.
  • Published in Justice

JAMAICA | Crime and Voter-Reverication tops Vale Royal Talks

KINGSTON, April 4, The Vale Royal Talks – a mechanism by which the two main political parties, the governing Jamaica Labour Party and the Opposition People's National Party can hold bipartisan dialogue on critical national issues, got under way this morning at the University of the West Indies (UWI) Regional Headquarters after a protracted delay.

Sergei Skripal and the long history of assassination attempts abroad

Whitehall sources had been claiming that the suspected poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal was being treated as a state-sponsored Russian assassination attempt. Now British prime minister, Theresa May, has said officially that it is “highly likely” to have been ordered by Moscow after the nerve agent used was found to have been of a military grade developed by Russia.
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