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December 07, 2013
Police urge increased crime prevention efforts

Police analysis suggests that about 50 percent of crimes could have been prevented had "basic" security measures been implemented, Superintendent Stephen Dean said.
Dean said many Bahamians failed to protect themselves and their property and unintentionally gave criminals easy access to their property.
"The criminal element is getting much wiser," he said during a crime prevention press conference...

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March 04, 2013
DNA party calls on the Government to protect its citizens

Branville McCartney
DNA Leader

The fundamental principle of governance is the protection of its citizens and upholding the Rule of Law.  If a Government cannot apply this principle effectively it ought to be removed.

There is no doubt that the Bahamas, New Providence in particular, is one of the top ranking countries in the world for crime. This island 21 by 7 has one of the highest per ca...

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Police Hold Web Shop Inspector
January 16, 2013
Police Hold Web Shop Inspector

A gaming Board inspector is in police custody in connection with Sunday's failed robbery of an armed car in front of a local web shop.

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January 12, 2012
Police crack housebreaking ring

Police announced yesterday that they cracked a housebreaking ring, which involved the theft of thousands of dollars worth of electronics and jewelry from homes in southwestern New Providence.
Police arrested eight people -- three men and five women, all in their early 20s -- during a special 13-hour operation that ended at 5:30 a.m. yesterday.
Officers also recovered laptops and a shotgun during t...

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Ban Cash For Gold
August 09, 2011
Ban Cash For Gold

There was much discussion last week about the government's recent decision to ban scrap metal exports for 90 days and to ban scrap copper exports permanently. The government argued that the level of theft of these metals necessitated the bans. The industry conceded that new regulations are needed, but it argued that the bans threaten livelihoods.

There are reasonable arguments on both sides. Th...

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