Continuing U.S.-Bahamian partnership on issues of mutual concern, the U.S. Embassy’s International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) Section and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) partnered to provide ten Bahamian Police Force, Defense Force, Customs, and Immigration officers with advanced training on port security September 14-20 at the Port of Miami (PortMiami).
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The Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) and the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) are launching a multi-year initiative that seeks to enhance anti-violence and crime prevention efforts in The Bahamas and the Caribbean at large.
An excellent read by Ralph Massey – an economist-turn-businessman’s view of what happened to America in his lifetime…that is between the Depressions of 1929 and 2007.
The head of the Clearing Banks Association said it is “difficult to anticipate” what the reaction of key international bodies and the United States will be to the government’s plan to regularize the web shops.
On May 19-23, U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Cutter Cormorant, an 87 foot coastal patrol boat based out of Ft. Pierce, Florida, visited Freeport, Grand Bahama, for a one-week subject matter expert international exchange between the United States and The Bahamas.
The US Department of State’s annual Crime and Safety Report on the Bahamas has again warned Americans of the level of criminal activity against locals and tourists in this country.
As the United States seeks to keep its citizens and borders safe, it could end up negatively impacting the national security of other nations, resulting in dire consequences.
Lisa Johnson, a career diplomat, has been assigned by the United States Department of State to be Deputy Chief of Mission at the US Embassy in Nassau and is scheduled to arrive in the Bahamas on June 28.
It is almost laughable. Despite their dismissing concerns from the governments of Brazil and Germany, the Bahamas government thinks the United States will answer to allegations that they are recording every cell phone call in the Bahamas.