Bahamian parents were this week encouraged to promote child safety during the summer recess by not leaving their children unsupervised for any periods of time.
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After 30 years on the Royal Bahamas Police Force – many of them in frontline policing – Inspector Ricardo “Alacup” Richardson thought he had witnessed it all.
Crime infested Bahamian communities of criminal activity are being targeted by taking away the “comfort zones” of criminals.
Poor housing, unsanitary conditions, overcrowding, unemployment, truancy, environmental and social decay, crime, and lack of positive activities have led to many problems facing The Bahamas today.
Social Workers from the Department of Social Services will be deployed to all 16 Urban Renewal Centres in New Providence and Grand Bahama.
Two abandoned buildings located just off Baillou Hill Road were demolished yesterday, putting an end to what were once two “stash houses” for drug peddlers in the area.
The Ministry of Social Services and Community Development re-launched the National Hotline as part of the Safe Families, Safe Communities, Safe Homes campaign.
Government plans to strategically acquire surface assets and aerial support assets (boats, etc.) to augment the operational capability and effectiveness of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force.
The expansion of the Intra-Mural Scheme Programme at Her Majesty’s Prisons, Fox Hill, should lead to prison self-sufficiency through the creation of industries.