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Drug Screening, Contraband Detection Equipment Donated To HMP
August 28, 2012
Drug Screening, Contraband Detection Equipment Donated To HMP

An estimated 80 percent of new inmates enter Her Majesty's Prisons (HMP) with some form of illegal substance in their system, noted HMP's Director of Information Technology Doan Cleare during a press conference yesterday at the prison.

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August 14, 2013
A call for a national youth service

We are at a critical stage in our nation's history. Violent crime has skyrocketed with murder records being set annually. The terrible truth is that Bahamians no longer feel safe - not in their homes, not on the streets, not even in our schools. Our children are growing up in a country in which gun violence is deployed almost casually as a means to resolve disputes in part because there is no nati...

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September 06, 2012
Training For Prison Officers to Meet 'High Priority needs' At HMP

Prison officers will be exposed to training from international corrections officials to help them better address challenges at Her Majesty's Prisons (HMP).

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August 27, 2012
US Embassy donates state-of-the-art contraband detection equipment to Her Majesty's Prison

NASSAU, Bahamas -- On Monday, August 27, U.S. Embassy officials made a special visit to Her Majesty's Prisons (HMP) to present prison officials with state-of-the-art corrections technology to assist with the prevention of contraband items from entering the prison population and provide improved safety and security measures for prisoners and corrections officers.  
On hand for the official han...

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August 28, 2017
Government must improve tax collection, says BCCEC chairman

Government must move to improve tax enforcement and update and improve its customs duty collection at the border, Chairman of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers' Confederation (BCCEC) Mike Maura told Guardian Business yesterday.
His comments came on the heels of Moody's releasing its latest report, in which the international credit ratings agency maintained the country's Baa3 rating, ba...

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December 30, 2014
Crisis and Counselling Centre offers help to those in despair

Parenting classes, anger management sessions, drug counselling, grief counselling and health screenings are all being offered at the Bain and Grants Town Advancement Association's (BGTAA) Crisis and Counselling Centre, located in Yoruba House.
The center will offer an additional platform for those people seeking support in times of despair. People who are afraid to share their problems with others...

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September 21, 2012
Nassau Police Arrest 12 Overnight - Arrest House-Breaking Suspect Confiscate Firearm - Conduct Operation Sandals

Police confiscated a handgun, a Rolex watch,
along with a flat screen TV. and a quantity of drugs from a 23 year old
male, who reportedly broke into a home on First Street off Robinson
Road.

 

The male was arrested around 11:20 am on Tuesday 18th September, 2012 at First

Street by officers of the Traffic Police Station.

 

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Free National Movement Rally R.M. Bailey Park
April 20, 2012
Free National Movement Rally R.M. Bailey Park

Fellow Bahamians;
Young People;
Residents of Over-the-Hill;
F-N-Ms:

Let me begin by congratulating our Carifta swimming team. They fought hard. They came from third place and passed Trinidad and Tobago to come in second.

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