Sunday, November 18, 2018
El Universal:-  It is widely known that Mexico’s police are ill-paid and often poorly-trained. But a new study shows that many are also carrying a lot of extra weight. Eight of every 10 police officers in Mexico are overweight or...
Saint Lucia-born Shawn Innocent, who is currently serving a Magistrate in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), has threatened to imprison members of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force and Attorneys from the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions...
Sandals Resorts has asserted that 'selfish actions' have blocked the inflow of millions of dollars into the Saint Lucia economy, as the construction here of the resort's newest property - Sandals La Source, came to a halt. Work on the...
A foreign national, identified by City Police as Francis George of Dominica, has been arrested and charged for urinating in public in Castries. According to a City Police official, the 58 year old foreign national was arrested  near the Soufriere...
The President of the Vendors' Association, Peter 'Ras Ipa' Isaac has welcomed an anti-crime campaign in the capital launched recently by the City Police. The campaign has so far resulted in a number of arrests for various offences, including possession...
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — The Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Tuesday ruled as “unconstitutional” a law in Guyana that makes it a criminal offence for a man or a woman to appear in public while dressed...
National Security Minister, Hermangild Francis, has told reporters here that he is not surprised that the United States wants prosecution in the case of reported extra-judicial killings by members of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF). The case is...
Antigua Observer:- The Cabinet said it is concerned about the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda, but, it must allow the Police Service Commission to carry out its mandate. Melford Nicholas in a post-Cabinet briefing was responding to questions...
Jamaica Observer:-  KEEN observers of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) would have felt a sense of gratitude to former Prime Minister Bruce Golding for his very studious assessment of the future of the court in his Sunday Observer article...
Trinidad Newsday:-  THE Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will tomorrow at 10 am deliver its decision on Guyana’s cross-dressing law. Four transgender Guyanese women have asked the CCJ – Guyana’s final appellate court – to strike down an 1893 post-slavery vagrancy...