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Security World
Alarm Systems
  • Blue Hill Road South
  • Nassau
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
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Pro Tech Security Service Limited
Alarm Systems
  • #2 Farrington Rd & Gregory St.
  • Nassau
  • Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
News Article
Two in court in connection with marijuana field
May 21, 2021
Two in court in connection with marijuana field

TWO men were arraigned in the Freeport Magistrate's Court on Friday in connection with the discovery of a marijuana field in East Grand Bahama, with an estimated street value of $7million.

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News Article

May 31, 2013
Greenslade: 3 police stations have CCTV cameras

Three police stations on New Providence have closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras installed inside prison cells, Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade said yesterday.
The Cable Beach, East Street South and Central police stations are equipped with CCTV in various cells to monitor detained suspects, the commissioner said.
Two men died while detained in police custody in February.
"We've ...

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News Article

December 24, 2011
A reasonable assessment by the court

Senior Justice Jon Isaacs has issued a ruling that has significant implications for the electronic monitoring system.  He has ruled that officials responsible for tracking people out on bail with ankle bracelets have no authority to impose additional restrictions on accused criminals without further court approval.
The ruling came after Melvin Maycock Sr. (who has since been convicted on drug...

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News Article

November 25, 2011
A Reasonable Assessment By The Court

Senior Justice Jon Isaacs has issued a ruling that has significant implications for the electronic monitoring system.

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News Article

November 24, 2011
Electronic Monitoring Firm Faces Restrictions

In a ruling that has significant implications for the government's much-touted electronic monitoring program, a judge has ruled that officials responsible for tracking people out on bail with ankle bracelets have no authority to impose additional restrictions on accused criminals without further court approval.

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