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National Security Minister Wayne Munroe.

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Man who claimed police abuse is ‘free to make a complaint’

A MAN calling for accountability after police allegedly beat him in custody is “free to make a complaint”, National Security Minister Wayne Munroe said yesterday.

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GOVT DITCHES BAIL MONITOR COMPANY: Previous provider chosen to take over ankle bracelet service

THE government has cancelled its electronic monitoring contract with Metro Security Solutions and selected Migrafill Electronic Security, the previous provider of the service, to take over monitoring persons on bail.

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Minister is hopeful on prison accreditation

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe is hopeful that improvements to the prison’s infrastructure will help the institution get accredited, even as he awaits Cabinet’s approval of necessary construction plans for the facilities.

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‘Full cooperation’ expected in tourist rape investigation

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe said he expects full cooperation and honesty from all parties as police and the Federal Bureau of Investigations investigate a claim that two American women were sexually assaulted in Grand Bahama earlier this month.

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Munroe says Moncur and Reid were never contracted as interrupters

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe said Rodney Moncur and Carols Reid were never contracted to be violence interrupters, apparently contradicting comments Office of the Prime Minister communications director Latrae Rahming made in 2022.

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INSIGHT: The question of accountability

HAPPY New Year, readers. The ways in which the Christmas holidays fell means it’s been some weeks since my last column – and there certainly has been a lot that has gone on since then.

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‘Monitoring of some criminals after sentence a consideration’

SOME convicted criminals could be labelled dangerous and ordered to be electronically monitored for up to 20 years after serving their sentence, according to National Security Minister Wayne Munroe, whose ministry is consulting stakeholders on the matter.

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Munroe defends both monitoring company and police after criticism

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe defended both the company that monitors people on bail and police who respond to notifications about bail violations after both groups were criticised.

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Claim dead prisoner was beaten dismissed - pneumonia was cause of death, says Munroe

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe dismissed a family’s claim that their loved one appeared to have been beaten to death in prison when they viewed his body. He said the inmate’s death was due to pneumonia and his body probably deteriorated while in the morgue.

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Defence Force officers expected to be sent to Haiti already selected

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe said the 150 officers expected to be sent to Haiti for a multi-national security mission have already been chosen and trained.

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Work to start on Abaco police station 'in this budget cycle'

FOUR years after Hurricane Dorian ravaged the Marsh Harbour police station in Abaco, National Security Minister Wayne Munroe said construction on a new police headquarters should begin before the next budget cycle.

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Munroe has faith despite rulings

AFTER several adverse Coroner’s Court inquest findings against police this year, National Security Minister Wayne Munroe said he remains confident in the “system”.


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