January 8, 2013
Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade
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COMMISSIONER of Police Ellison Greenslade yesterday said he has received the finished file on the investigation into alleged judicial interference by MICAL MP V Alfred Gray and the findings will be revealed “soon”.
POLICE Commissioner Ellison Greenslade railed against the release of prolific offenders on bail after a man was killed in a confrontation with two police officers.
THE FATE of criminals who have already served their time should play an integral role in the fight against crime, according Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade.
RAPE statistics are trending downward compared to last year, Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade said yesterday amid increased focus on reported instances of the heinous crime.
POLICE Commissioner Ellison Greenslade has said that efforts are being made to minimise possible visa fraud in local and foreign jurisdictions in view of a suspected scandal involving the Bahamian embassy in Haiti.
EMPHASISING that “crime is down” in many categories, Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade yesterday praised the government’s recent efforts to increase requirements for applicants seeking bail.
COMMISSIONER OF Police Ellison Greenslade yesterday credited the decrease in major crime in New Providence to the arrests of several high profile prolific offenders.
DESPITE a decrease in overall major crime figures in the Bahamas, Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade admitted that the country is still “in a bad place.”
POLICE Commissioner Ellison Greenslade said yesterday he does not support a national curfew, but would back a return of the death penalty if the public supports it.
ON November 2, 2013, family and friends gathered at Christ Church Cathedral to say farewell to a man they described as kind, supportive and generous.
INVESTIGATORS are making “extremely good progress” into the armed robbery of acting Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis and his family, Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade announced last night.
FREEPORT – Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade and officers of the Royal Bahamas Police Force paid their respects to the late Police Inspector Edison Bain as he lay in repose at the Gerald Bartlett Police Headquarters on Wednesday.
POLICE officers await feedback from the Ministries of Finance and Labour over compensation for officers on extended work shifts.
COMMISSIONER of Police Ellison Greenslade yesterday expressed his disappointment in the community of Lower Bogue after they did not come to the aid of an officer who was allegedly being assaulted by a civilian.
COMMISSIONER of Police Ellison Greenslade admitted yesterday that the rate of minor crimes continues to escalate despite a decrease in major crime across the Bahamas.
ELLISON Edroy Greenslade was appointed the sixth Commissioner of Police on January 4, 2010, and is another father being profiled by The Tribune who was recently honoured by Mount Tabor Full Gospel Church for its 40 ‘fabulous fathers’ celebration to mark the 40th Anniversary of Independence.
POLICE Commissioner Ellison Greenslade said yesterday he is waiting for the Attorney General to “make a decision” in the Aaron Rolle matter before he makes any comments on what will happen or will not happen to the officers in question.
COMMISSIONER of Police Ellison Greenslade said the Royal Bahamas Police Force is looking at alternative means of detaining “belligerent” suspects.
POLICE Commissioner Ellison Greenslade criticised the judicial system this week, saying that he and members of the Royal Bahamas Police Force are disturbed to see persons who are arrested for egregious acts back out on the street soon after they are brought before the courts.
AS he announced a drop in major crimes in the Bahamas of 13 per cent from January 1 to April 15 yesterday, Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade denied rumours that the police force was doctoring the statistics.
HUMAN Rights activist Rodney Moncur said there is no reason for police commissioner Ellison Greenslade to remain silent over the leaked crime scene photos of the murder of Nellie Mae Brown-Cox.
THE Royal Bahamas Police Force has launched an intensive investigation into all web shops throughout the country to determine whether illegal activities are taking place, according to Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade.
THERE has been no word from Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade on whether action will be taken against the person or persons who re-posted photos that led to Rodney Moncur being charged before the courts.
ACCUSING the police force of double standards, Rodney Moncur said if he must face charges of posting “indecent photos” on the internet, so should the police officers who allegedly circulated the gruesome crime scene images of murder victim Nellie Brown-Cox.
THREE police officers have been dismissed from the Royal Bahamas Police Force and its Complaints and Corruption Unit has a new chief.
POLICE Commissioner Ellison Greenslade says he is concerned about the force’s reputation with the public following the number of police brutality allegations and a string of recent deaths in custody.
COMMISSIONER of Police Ellison Greenslade expressed concern yesterday over the growing use of the Lynden Pindling International Airport as a transshipment point for dangerous drugs.
POLICE Commissioner Ellison Greenslade yesterday admitted that he has been “far too tolerant” with number houses. However, he said, it is a “very difficult” issue for the Royal Bahamas Police Force.