Tag Archives: evidence

  1. Viewing of items of Jewellery at Central Police Station

    The Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) has in custody various articles of jewellery which were exhibits in adjudicated criminal cases. It is now intended to return these articles of jewellery to their owners. Descriptions of these items were published in the local newspapers as listed below: The Barbados Advocate on November 8, 2019 The Nation […]

    January 9, 2020Breaking News, Crime, FeaturedNo comments
  2. Freundel Stuart Regime Dragging Feet on Civil Forfeiture in Barbados

    The workshop concluded Friday with a series of recommendations to improve investigative and prosecutorial practice and possible amendment to the existing legal framework of Barbados. The team, which was put together by the National Centre for State Courts (NCSC), includes two current and one former federal prosecutor, a senior special agent within the US Secret […]

    January 11, 2015CrimeNo comments
  3. Destruction of drugs – Why do Police no longer invite Media for this?

    Police have claimed they destroyed Wednesday 5th November, 2014 by burning, a quantity of illegal drugs, namely: cocaine, compressed cannabis and cannabis plants. These drugs were destroyed at the G.A.I.A. Allegedly Destroyed were: 1152.51 kg of cannabis 4887 marijuana plants 40 kg of cocaine Roland Cobbler S/Sgt (Ag.) Public Relations Officer (Ag.)

    November 6, 2014CrimeNo comments
  4. Destruction of illegal drugs: How much ForEx was lost (Amsterdam, Canada, etc.)?

    Destroyed were: 4,612.2 lbs of cannabis; 14.72 kgs of cocaine; and 4645 cannabis plants. David Welch; Insp. Public Relations Officer

    April 9, 2014CrimeNo comments

    It is the intention of The Royal Barbados Police Force to commence the destruction of bulk illegal drugs seized during investigations, and is currently in the custody of the Police Force. Under the mentioned Act, a sample from the bulk of the seized controlled drug is taken and the sample along with a certificate are […]

    April 26, 2013Crime, EventsNo comments