DADDY'S LITTLE GIRL PREGNANT
Posted: Thursday, July 19, 2012
DADDY'S LITTLE GIRL PREGNANT
...after 11-year-old raped by him
Gunshot trackers link to $200M security contract
NATIONAL Security Minister Jack Warner's announcement on Tuesday that the State is moving to introduce technology which could help pinpoint the location of gunshots comes four months after the State announced it was signing a nearly $200 million contract with a US firm to provide high-tech equipment meant to ensure optimal results from "first responders."
Warner looking to widen PSC's scope
National Security Minister Jack Warner yesterday confirmed that he will seek legislative intervention to widen the remit of the Police Service Commission to include the recruitment and dismissal of over 40 senior police posts, including that of the Commissioner of Police.
Jack to deal with gun licence delays
National Security Minister Jack Warner says he intends to look into concerns raised by business people about the difficulty in obtaining firearm licences.
New image for Police Service
A new initiative called "Shift" with a $1.3 million price tag is the latest plan to transform the culture of the Police Service and by extension the attitude of police officers.
Sandy: 21st Century Policing not working
...Gibbs silent on 'pet project'
'Cancer tissues' in water bottles
...Mt Hope lab shut down over 'poor work environment'
Health Minister, nurses slowly close the gap
PH drivers express concern: Traffic plan looks permanent
Suruj: We'll weed out abusers of URP system
'Cops, business owners, nurses pretending to be workers'
$1m marijuana bust in Tobago
Howai: 4 more years of deficit budgeting
Rowley to 'mischief-makers' in PNM: Your time has run out
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley has issued a "caution" to members of his People's National Movement who are objecting to his leadership.
Bridget Brereton: The great commemorative day
John Spence: Minister Howai and property tax
Winford James: The President's speech
Blow our minds
National Security Minister Jack Warner told us that he was going to "blow our (the nation's) mind" with the implementation of new crime fighting technologies. Our response to that is: "Bring it on, and deliver!"
Gaps in evidence
AFTER eight months of investigation into the shooting death of Nkosi Borde, Hayden Honore and Nigel Eminess, at the hands of police last year, the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) yesterday said it has "evidential gaps" in the police file on the killings.
Moruga rapist to serve 26 years
Moruga resident Patrick Silverton was jailed for 26 years yesterday for savagely raping a mentally-challenged teenage mother in a canefield on Christmas Day 12 years ago.
Mystar: Murder probes continue
POLICE service spokesman Sgt Wayne Mystar yesterday assured that the investigation into the murder of Wayne Ollivierra is ongoing. Ollivierra was shot near his Gloster Lodge Road home in Belmont on Sunday.
2 guards robbed of gun, cash
Two Sentinel Security guards were robbed of a loaded revolver and over $200,000 in cash in Point Fortin on Monday evening.
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