Photo detail

Dr Bernard Nottage

Stories this photo appears in:

Tease photo

Govt seeks to use $20m loan to help fight crime

MINISTER of National Security Dr Bernard Nottage yesterday outlined how the Christie administration would use a $20m loan from the Inter-American Development Bank to fight crime.

Tease photo

Nottage vow in face of 25% rise in murders

NATIONAL Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage broke his silence on crime last night, contending that the government is “up to the challenge” as the nation continues to grapple with startling crime statistics.

Tease photo

$20m loan granted to aid access to parole

THOUSANDS of people could be affected by the government’s efforts to modernise its correctional services system by providing convicts with access to parole, National Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage said yesterday.

Tease photo

Nottage dismisses FNM deputy spying concerns as 'foolish'

NATIONAL Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage has branded as “foolish” FNM deputy leader Loretta Butler-Turner’s assertions that the government is spying on Bahamians.

Tease photo

MARCO'S LAW: No date for legislation to come into effect

DESPITE the passing of Marco’s Law last year, legislators have yet to formulate regulations for the Bill which is expected to see the implementation of the Marco alert system and a sexual offender’s registry, according to a senior Cabinet Minister.

Tease photo

NO DATE FOR REFERENDUM: Nottage cites lack of campaign to educate public

THE lack of a public education campaign could be blamed for delays in any expected changes to the country’s constitution, a senior Cabinet Minister has confirmed.

Tease photo

No date for Gaming Bill

THE government still plans to bring the Gaming Bill before parliament this year despite not yet having a date on the legislative calender, Minister of National Security Dr Bernard Nottage confirmed yesterday.

Tease photo

Nottage gives full support to Greenslade

NATIONAL Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage has expressed his full support of Commissioner Ellison Greenslade in the fight against escalating crime and the struggle to free the police force from corruption.

Tease photo

Police will use 'severe methods' if necessary

MINISTER of National Security Dr Bernard Nottage said police will use “severe methods” if necessary to return the Bahamas to a peaceful state.

Tease photo

Acting PM 'should have had' security - and Nottage says police responsible

DEPUTY Prime Minister “Brave” Davis should have had increased security, according to Prime Minister Perry Christie, who said that in hindsight the government is now considering heightened police coverage for officials.

Tease photo

Nottage: No attempt to sneak through laws on marital rape

NATIONAL Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage yesterday denied that legislators were trying to secretly embed changes to the highly controversial marital rape bill in the newly amended Sexual Offences Act.

Tease photo

Marco's Law is tabled in Parliament

MORE than two years after 11-year-old Marco Archer was murder by a sexual predator, the government moved the highly anticipated amendment to the Child Protection Act named in the child’s memory.

Tease photo

Bahamas could benefit 'from family planning'

THE Bahamas today could benefit from a “good dose” of family planning at every level of society, Minister of National Security, Bernard Nottage said.

Tease photo

No date yet for bill to introduce Marco's Law

INTRODUCING Marco’s Law for debate in parliament before the end of the year will depend on the completion of the current bills being debated, National Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage told The Tribune yesterday.

Tease photo

Current contract holders will be allowed to bid again to run ankle bracelet monitoring

ICS SECURITY Concepts will not be excluded from submitting a new proposal for management of the ankle bracelet monitoring system, despite official criticism of the job they have done so far, National Security Minister Dr Bernard said yesterday.

Tease photo

No comment on end of 12-hour shifts but Nottage promises saturation patrols

NATIONAL Security Minister Dr Bernard Nottage said saturation patrols and additional police officers in “hot spots” will continue throughout the Christmas season.


Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Sign in to comment