Law & Order

Capleton faces fire today

Jamaica Observer:-  Attorney-at-law Christopher Townsend will seek bail for entertainer Capleton when he appears in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court in Half-Way-Tree today. Capleton (given name Clifton Bailey), 51,...

CCJ affirms Saint Lucian Professor’s right to vote in Barbados

Press Release:-  The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today ordered that St. Lucian, Professor Eddy Ventose, is to be added to the register of voters in Barbados. The Court declared that...

CCJ arranges unprecedented Sunday hearing

Press Release:-  The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has responded swiftly to an appeal from Barbados where a resident of that nation is fighting for his right to vote. The CCJ has...

Chastanet says there’s no ‘quick fix’ to IMPACS

Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, has declared that unfortunately, there is no ‘quick fix’ to the IMPACS matter and has accused the former labour party administration of making a mess...

CCC pays out over $20,000 in injury claims

The Castries Constituency Council (CCC) has so far paid out an estimated $20,000 in injury claims brought against it by persons who sustained injuries due to encumberances in the...

T&T: Probe ordered into police vehicle in ‘weed video’

Trinidad Express:-  The Professional Standards Bureau (PSB) has commenced an investigation into the unauthorised use of what appears to be a marked police vehicle, in a music video, now in...

Suspect in Vieux Fort homicide released

The suspect in the recent homicide at the Vieux Fort Fisheries complex has been released by the police, pending further investigations, reliable sources have told St Lucia Times. According to...

Antigua: No lawsuit yet from top cop

Antigua Observer:-  There has been “no response” yet to the Police Service Commission’s letter to suspended Commissioner of Police, Wendel Robinson, who threatened to sue the state if his April...

PWA wants closure to IMPACS matter

The Police Welfare Association (PWA) is urging a resolution to the IMPACS matter, suggesting that sufficient time has elapsed for closure. In 2014, IMPACS, the Caribbean Community’s Implementing Agency for...

Police Complaints Unit encourages public input

Press Release:-  The Police Complaints Unit is working diligently in an effort to ward off preconceived ideas about the unit that would deter the public from seeking assistance. Acting Superintendent Anthony...