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Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson.

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Missing list falls to 1,300

POLICE Commissioner Anthony Ferguson yesterday suggested the total number of lives lost due to Hurricane Dorian may never be fully recorded as he defended the pace of the official count.

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Don’t be swayed by fake news, warns commissioner

THE Royal Bahamas Police Force is “functioning quite well,” according to Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson who yesterday downplayed pre-retirement leave of eight senior officers in recent weeks and speculation about his own future.

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Ferguson insists: We are in control over child abductions

WHILE recent child abductions have sparked fear in some communities in New Providence, Royal Bahamas Police Force Commissioner Anthony Ferguson said police are following good leads and suggested the situation was under control.

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Commissioner: We must clean the place where we live

POLICE Commissioner Anthony Ferguson yesterday moved to end debate over crime statistics in the wake of another US State Department crime advisory. He warned that despite the positive trends Bahamians still needed to “clean the place where we live.”

Police launch joint workshop with Interpol

POLICE yesterday launched a joint workshop with the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) targeting the investigation and prosecution of criminal activity involving nuclear or radiological material.

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Number of traffic fatalities is a ‘major concern’

COMMISSIONER of Police Anthony Ferguson yesterday said the number of traffic fatalities in the country is a source of “major concern”, as he revealed that 69 people died in 63 traffic accidents in 2018.

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Visa scam probe remains 'active'

POLICE Commissioner Anthony Ferguson said the Royal Bahamas Police Force is still actively investigating an alleged US visa scam unearthed by the FBI.

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Police slap video 'under investigation'

POLICE Commissioner Anthony Ferguson has responded to a video circulating on social media of a Royal Bahamas Police Force officer slapping a man on a beach.

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Ferguson: Our focus is fighting crime

POLICE Commissioner Anthony Ferguson was yesterday noncommittal about rising concerns of increased fatal shootings by the police, insisting the Royal Bahamas Police Force adheres to its mandate to prevent and detect crime.

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Progress - but we have to do better: Crime rate falls despite 10 percent jump in murders

OVERALL crime in the country declined by 13 percent in 2017 compared with 2016, according to Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson, however murders during this period jumped by 10 percent.

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