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Queeley Appointed to Lead Police High Command

Toni Frederick | Wednesday 10th February 2016

Ian Queeley appointed Commissioner of Police   St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): A new team has been announced to take the helm of the Police Force, including for the first time a female as a member of the High Command. Former Assistant Commissioner of Police with Responsibility for Crime Ian Queeley, a 30 year veteran of the Force is the new Commissioner of...

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Police Prioritize Reducing Fear Of Crime

Ken Richards | Tuesday 9th February 2016

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Reducing crime and fear of crime across communities in the federation have become a key priority for the police following the six homicides recorded in the country in January. The police say during joint operations of the security forces they executed ten search warrants in Molineaux, Shadwell and St Peters over the weekend. They also report that...

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PM Calls For Higher Standards Of Police Professionalism

Toni Frederick | Tuesday 9th February 2016

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris stopped short Saturday of referring directly to two cases in Nevis of off duty police officers shooting, and in one case killing a civilian. But those in attendance at Saturday night's Nevis Division's Annual Constables Awards were in no doubt that he was sending a message in the wake of the...

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Three in Custody in Relation to Killing of Devon Percival

Toni Frederick | Tuesday 9th February 2016

The body of Devon Percival was found in the Stapleton Village area days after he was reported missing St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN):  Three persons have been picked up by police for questioning in relation to the shooting death of Devon Percival just over a week agp. A police statement issued Monday afternoon indicates that the arrests were made as a result of...

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Archdeacon Hodge: Erosion Of Values Has Led To Breakdown In Soicety

Toni Frederick | Monday 8th February 2016

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): A gradual erosion of common courtesy and traditional family values have resulted in a society where misbehaviour has become the norm, says Anglican Church Archdeacon Valentine Hodge. “I believe that the church has to stand up for what it knows to be right. We were always asked what is the genesis of this? Did we not...

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