September 23, 2021

Opening Statement by the Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris, at his Monthly Press Conference Parliamentary Lounge, Government Headquarters, Basseterre Wednesday, January 16, 2019

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Fellow Citizens and Residents, representatives of the media, I wish all of us a wonderful New Year and I hope that 2019 will be a remarkable year for the positive things that our people and the Country will accomplish. 2018 was a very positive one for us.  Our economy grew for the 4th year in […]

Latest Cayman Islands Police operations in Eastern Districts

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Police Operations in Eastern Districts This Past Weekend, 13-15 October, Yield Results From RCIPS Police Officers in the Eastern Districts carried out operations over this weekend, 13-15 October, resulting in several arrests being made and a number of tickets being issued. Many of the arrests made over the weekend were in relation to illegal gambling […]

Man charged with multiple counts of assault on Cayman Islands police officers after Disorderly Conduct at bar on Sat night, 22 July

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From RCIPS Tue July 25 2017 Man Charged with Multiple Counts of Assault on Police Officers after Disorderly Conduct at Bar on Saturday Night, 22 July Just past 9:30PM on Saturday, 22 July, the 9-1-1 Communications Centre dispatched police to a report of disorderly conduct at a liquor-licensed premises on Crewe Road.  When they arrived […]

Caribbean Netherlands: More room for other languages in legal system on the islands

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From The Daily Herald St Maarten HE HAGUE–Current legislation allows for the use of other languages than Dutch in cases where crime suspects are not well-versed in the Dutch language, caretaker Minister of Security and Justice Stef Blok said in reaction to a report on the consequences of multilingualism for law enforcement in the Caribbean […]

Training helps prepare Cayman Brac for a major incident

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Between November 7th and November 11th, 20 individuals in Cayman Brac received training in Mass Casualty Management (MCM). The Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) and Hazard Management Cayman Islands (HMCI) sponsored the course. Course Coordinator, HMCI Awareness and Communications Officer Simon Boxall explained, “Sometime ago we were able to train a number of local instructors […]

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