Tag: Crime Fighting

Fighting crime still high on Nevis Administration’s agenda


Premier of Nevis- Hon. Joseph Parry

(CHARLESTOWN, NEVIS–TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2010) The fight against crime continued on Nevis has taken a new turn, as the Hon. Joseph Parry led Nevis Island Administration (NIA) in collaboration with the private sector continued to create conditions favourable for an increased police presence on the island.  Monday saw the official opening and handing over of a brand new building at Butlers Village which will house police officers assigned to the Nevis Police Division.



Security matters top discussions with National Security Minister, Security Officials and Premier of Nevis


(L-R) Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of National Security and Immigration Mrs Estonia Browne, Federal Minister of National Security and Immigration Hon. Terrence Sam Condor, Special Advisor in the Ministry Dr. Norgen Wilson, Premier of Nevis Hon, Joseph Parry and Permanent Secretary in the Premier’s Ministry Ms. Angelica Elliott.

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (February 17, 2010) — Premier of Nevis Hon Joseph Parry and Security officials on Nevis had the opportunity to discuss a number of security matters, when new Minister of National Security in St. Kitts and Nevis Hon. Terrance Sam Condor held a number of one-on-one meetings in Nevis on Tuesday.


Federation’s Top Cop commends crime fighting efforts on Nevis

Commissioner of Police in St. Kitts and Nevis Mr. Austin Williams.

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (February 16, 2010) — Members of the Strategic Group, Nevis Police Division of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force were commended for their sustained efforts with stakeholders to make Nevis and by extension the Federation a safer place.

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