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Outgoing Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade.

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Greenslade assured his full pension

ALTHOUGH he served in the police force for fewer than 40 years and as Commissioner of Police for fewer than ten years, outgoing Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade will receive maximum pension benefits because the Minnis Administration intends to amend the Pension Act, Attorney General Carl Bethel confirmed yesterday.

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Police chief urged to fight removal

FORMER Free National Movement Chairman Darron Cash has criticised his own party over reports that plans are underway to have Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade replaced as the head of the Royal Bahamas Police Force.

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Law enforcers to assist registration team

COMMISSIONER of Police Ellison Greenslade said yesterday a team of high-ranking officers from the Royal Bahamas Police Force has been assigned to the Parliamentary Registration Department to assist with “all matters related to elections”.

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Looming is illegal, says Commissioner

LOOMING, a popular activity likened to a Ponzi scheme, is illegal, Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade said yesterday, warning that those who participate in the scheme could find difficulty receiving remedies through the justice system when problems arise.

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Greenslade denies officer was part of ‘probe’ into background of Indira Charles

COMMISSIONER of Police Ellison Greenslade yesterday denied reports that a senior police officer was sent to St Lucia to assist with a reported probe into the background of Supreme Court Justice Indira Charles.

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Greenslade happy with state of investigation into hitmen claim

POLICE Commissioner Ellison Greenslade was yesterday tightlipped regarding his investigation into an alleged murder for hire plot and would not reveal who, if anyone, has been questioned over the last few days.

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Rise in cocaine and rifle seizures

POLICE Commissioner Ellison Greenslade said police are “very concerned” by the amount of cocaine and high-powered rifles that have been seized on the streets of New Providence and Grand Bahama this year.

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Police quiz PM over Nygard

PRIME MINISTER Perry Christie and Deputy Prime Minister Phillip “Brave” Davis have been questioned by police in connection with a murder for hire plot, according to Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade.

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CRIME STATISTICS: Murders, rapes and armed robberies up

LAST year was a “terrible and disgraceful” one with the country experiencing record numbers of murders, rapes and armed robberies, Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade said yesterday.


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