January 10, 2013
Dr. Bernard Nottage
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MINISTER of National Security Bernard Nottage once again avoided saying definitively whether the controversial 12-hour shift system for police officers has ended.
THE Government spent $5 million on the 2013 gaming referendum, National Security Minister Bernard Nottage confirmed yesterday.
THE Tribune has formally applied to Royal Bahamas Defence Force to be allowed to cover the proceedings against marines accused of abusing Cuban detainees.
THE government is considering introducing an Act that would make parents responsible for the actions of their minor children, National Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage said yesterday.
BERNARD Nottage, Minister of National Security has backtracked on a promise to reveal information surrounding a probe into allegations of abuse of Cubans at the Carmichael Road Detention Centre.
ADMITTING that recent robberies of tourists have “sullied the good reputation” of tourism policing, National Security Minister Bernard Nottage said the government and police are committed to “keeping our city centre safe.”
NATIONAL Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage said yesterday “maybe it is time” to consider a gun amnesty period or gun buy-back initiative in the Bahamas.
CRIME has dropped by 34 per cent in areas where Urban Renewal 2.0 has been re-introduced, according to Minister of National Security Dr Bernard Nottage.
NATIONAL Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage said yesterday he is “concerned” about the recent attacks on two police officers in the Family Islands. He called the incidents “unacceptable”.
SEVERAL officers of both police stations where two men died in custody have been placed on leave until the Coroner completes investigations, National Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage confirmed yesterday.
AUTHORITIES have grown concerned about a spike in the number of violent crimes occurring during the early morning hours, Minister of National Security Bernard Nottage said yesterday.
NATIONAL Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage said yesterday “no steps” will be taken by the police force to shut down gaming operations until a decision is made by the court.
NATIONAL Security Minister Bernard Nottage said he was “disappointed” the Bahamas Christian Council did not voice its objections to the wording of the gambling referendum question when the question was first presented to them, prior to its release.