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NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe. Photo: Austin Fernander

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Munroe: Bahari has no permit for National symbols use

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe said a popular clothing store, Bahari Bahamas, does not have permits to feature Bahamian national symbols on their merchandise and has not responded to his ministry’s demands to comply with the law.

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No licence? Then don’t use national symbols

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe warned against the unsanctioned use of Bahamian national symbols yesterday as officials announced that people can now apply online for licences to use the symbols.

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MUNROE HITS OUT OVER US TRAFFICKING REPORT: US Dept of State should be ‘more respectful’ in future, says minister

AFTER a US human trafficking report highlighted deficiencies in The Bahamas’ fight against human trafficking, National Security Minister Wayne Munroe said the Department of State should be “a bit more respectful” in future reports.

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After latest police shooting, Munroe says 300 body cams to be bought

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe said yesterday the government is seeking to buy another 300 body cameras for police officers, suggesting the decision came following a recent incident.

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Munroe said he understands the frustration, but there are legal limits on criminal penalties

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe dismissed Vaughn Miller’s call for rapists to be castrated or executed, emphasising the legal limits surrounding criminal penalties.

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Munroe says new prison contract is FNM holdover

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe said it was the Minnis administration that initially awarded a no-bid, multi-million dollar contract to Walker’s Industries to build a high-medium security facility at the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services (BDOCS).

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Govt working on bill to handle complaints against security forces

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe said officials are working on a Security Forces Inspectorate Bill to improve civilian oversight of complaints processes within security forces.

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Crackdown coming on national symbols usage

AUTHORITIES are seeing an increase in the unlicensed use of national symbols, with National Security Minister Wayne Munroe warning that unsanctioned use of symbols could prompt a $250 fine or a six months prison sentence.

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Munroe: Moves to limit bail for murder will be struck down

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe said there is no way to restrict bail grants through legislation, noting past efforts have failed throughout the region.


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