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Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson. File Photo: Terrel W Carey/Tribune Staff

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96 killed in 2019 as murder count increases by five percent

THE country’s murder count in 2019 was pushed to 96, according to The Tribune’s records, a 5.5 percent increase over 2018’s 91 killings.

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Police to probe video of youth being 'slammed'

COMMISSIONER of Police Anthony Ferguson confirmed that a video showing a teenager being slammed on the ground by a police officer at the Kendal GL Isaacs Gymnasium was referred to the police force’s Complaints and Corruptions Unit. A short video whi

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Hurricane Dorian death toll up to 58

THE official death toll from Hurricane Dorian has risen to 58, according to Police Commissioner Anthony Ferguson.

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Crime down but fears still remain

CRIME in the first half of the year declined by 17 percent compared to the same period last year, Police Commissioner Anthony Ferguson said at a press conference yesterday.

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Bloodbath: Ten women among 15 shot as gunman attacks birthday party

FIFTEEN people were shot early yesterday morning in Montel Heights during a birthday celebration that turned into a nightmare.

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‘Police beat suspects? Ridiculous’

A FORMER police officer’s claim that for decades the Royal Bahamas Police Force has falsified reports, beaten suspects for confessions and sent innocent people to prison was denounced by National Security Minister Marvin Dames and Police Commissioner Anthony Ferguson.

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Police decline to verify crime spikes during power cuts

ALTHOUGH Bahamas Power and Light chairman Donovan Moxey has proclaimed safety concerns are a reason the power company does not preemptively release load shedding schedules, Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson yesterday declined to verify the clai

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Suspend officers who unlawfully kill? It’s not my job

POLICE Commissioner Anthony Ferguson yesterday sidestepped calls for action to be taken against officers found to have carried out unlawful killings.

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Ferguson not worried by pace of Oban investigation

COMMISSIONER of Police Anthony Ferguson yesterday took issue with those criticising the pace of his force’s near year-long investigation into the disappearance of an Oban Energies file.

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‘Trust us to play fair on complaints’

AS he urged those aggrieved by officers to make their complaints known with the Complaints and Corruptions Unit, Royal Bahamas Police Force Commissioner Anthony Ferguson said the process must be fair on all sides.

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Police Commissioner leads walkabout through Nassau

THE Senior Command of the Royal Bahamas Police Force visited several communities in the capital on Friday, marking the official start of “Police Month” and the 179th anniversary of the force.

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‘Beating charge will be probed’

COMMISSIONER of Police Anthony Ferguson yesterday insisted allegations police tortured the father of a missing child will be fully investigated.

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'No resistance to police officers using bodycams'

POLICE Commissioner Anthony Ferguson yesterday said officers are “very receptive” to the use of bodycams, adding he does not expect any resistance to the implementation of this technology.

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Missing Marvin - we don’t have him

POLICE Commissioner Anthony Ferguson said nobody named Marvin Pratt was recently arrested or is in police custody, despite claims he was taken into custody weeks ago and has not been seen since.

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Ferguson holds file on Labour Day tragedy

COMMISSIONER of Police Anthony Ferguson has yet to decide what position the Royal Bahamas Police Force will take on the Labour Day tragedy that left four women dead, The Tribune was told.

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Murders down by a quarter, says top cop

HOMICIDES in the first half of 2018 declined by 26 percent when compared with the same time last year.According to Police Commissioner Anthony Ferguson yesterday, investigators recorded 54 homicides from January to June. Comparatively in the first ha


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