Tag Archives: prosecution

  1. Caribbean DPP’s virtual conference discusses vulnerabilities

    Directors of Public Prosecutions (DPPs) from eighteen Caribbean islands came together at a virtual conference 28-29 January to discuss some of current difficulties and challenges they collectively face, as organised-crime groups exploit structural vulnerabilities and benefit from the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Conference delegates heard from regional and international experts on a range of issues, including […]

    February 3, 2021CrimeNo comments
  2. DPP’s working together to combat criminality in the region

    Directors of Public Prosecutions (DPP’s) from the Caribbean came together at a conference to discuss some of the major challenges they face in prosecuting serious organised crime in the region and to explore ways of overcoming the changing manifestations of criminality. Barbados, OECS countries, Jamaica, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Bahamas, Belize and the British Overseas […]

    November 25, 2018EventsNo comments
  3. “Human trafficking: The US should help not hector” By Sir Ronald Sanders

    Human trafficking is a despicable, dehumanising and exploitative practice that is rightly described as ‘modern day slavery‘. That its principal victims are women and children, who are not only stripped of their rights but also of their humanity, is a stain of disgrace on governments that fail to act to stop the perpetrators. To be […]

    June 26, 2014PoliticalNo comments
  4. Montserrat police seize almost 9,000 marijuana seedlings

    The Royal Montserrat Police Service (RMPS) continued their marijuana eradication project into the weekend which resulted in the discovery and seizure of 8,636 seedling plants. Last week, Siddell reported that 750 marijuana plants were discovered in the CARICOM Village of Lookout. An individual was taken into custody after being found with Cannabis Sativa. Today, the […]

    November 11, 2013CrimeNo comments