Saturday, January 19, 2019

Law & Order

PWA welcomes new bikes for Police, asks for tasers

The Police Welfare Association (PWA) has welcomed the presentation recently of five new motorcycles to the Police Traffic Department. PWA President, Travis Chicot, told St Lucia Times that in addition...

Police get new motorcycles

Press Release:-  The Motorcycle Patrol within the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) Traffic Department will very shortly engage in the training of more than twenty police officers in order...

Mary Francis concerned about ‘lawlessness’ in public service

Attorney at Law, Mary Francis, has expressed concern about what she described as lawlessness in the public service and a flagrant disregard for the staff orders. The Coordinator of the...

Chamber of Commerce concerned about law and order

The Saint Lucia Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture says the matter of law and order in this country continues to be a concern. According to the Executive Director of the...

School seeks legal action over explicit music video

Sky News:-  A prestigious private school is seeking legal advice after complaints a rapper hired out its grounds for an explicit music video. Mill Hill School, where fees are up to...

Trump accused of directing hush money

BBC:-  US President Donald Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, has pleaded guilty in a New York court to violating campaign finance laws. He said he had done so at the direction...

Picture of snoozing Chicago cops goes viral

Fox News:-  Two Chicago police officers are in hot water Monday after a picture of them sleeping on the job went viral. The photo showed two cops in a Chicago Police...

‘Restored Confidence’ set for weekend launch

'Restored Confidence', the tell-all book written by former Police Commissioner, Vernon Francois, is due to be officially launched this weekend. Venues at which book signings will take place will be...

Jamaica dog ban likely

Jamaica Observer:-  AUDLEY Shaw yesterday put owners of “dangerous dogs” on notice, signalling that the Government is moving to possibly ban them, following the death of a senior citizen in...

Martinique: Lawyers try to halt expulsion of family from Dominica

Doubts still hang over the situation of the Durand family from Dominica who now have until Tuesday to leave  Martinique, local news reports say. But with the help of their...