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Gun, Ammunition Handed In Days Into Amnesty Period 

In a recent update from the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPF), it was reported that one firearm with ammunition were surrendered eight days into the gun amnesty period.

First cohort of 9-1-1 Emergency Dispatchers on Nevis receive international public safety certification 

Thirteen individuals have successfully completed the NEVCOM Telecommunicator Training ahead of the implementation of the Nevis 9-1-1 Emergency Dispatch System.
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FRIGATE BAY ROAD SHOOTING UNDER POLICE INVESTIGATION

The Police are investigating a shooting incident that claimed the life of eighteen (18)-year-old Malik Hughes of Fort Thomas Road, McKnight, St. Kitts. The incident occurred between 9:30PM and 10PM on November 15th, 2023, along the Frigate Bay Road in St. Kitts. Upon arrival at the scene, Mr. Hughes was observed laying on the ground with  multiple gunshot wounds to the body. He was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Would-Be Ram’s Robbers Charged By Police After Car Search

Police have informed that three men have been charged for intending to rob Ram’s Supermarket on Nevis, three days after a car chase incident.

Parents, Students Attend Meeting Following “Serious Threats” At Local High School

A statement from the police issued on Thursday 11th November 2021 spoke about a meeting held with parents and students concerning an incident at the Charlestown Secondary School said not to have involved any firearms thus correcting rumours and unofficial media reports which claimed otherwise.

Former National Security Minister Dwyer Astaphan Says Police Escalated Protest Situation

“It was they who escalated the situation not the civilians. There were too many police officers.”

Police Appealing for Assistance With Investigations Into Robbery

The Police are investigating a report of an armed robbery incident that occurred at an establishment in Charlestown.

FATAL SHOOTING INCIDENT AT PONDS PASTURE BEING INVESTIGATED

Investigations so far have revealed that 28-year-old Eric Thompson, also known as Jun Jun, of Ponds Pasture had arrived at his home when he was shot several times about the body by a lone gunman.

POLICE INVESTIGATING SHOOTING INCIDENT IN SHADWELL

Police are investigating a shooting incident that occurred in the Shadwell area in which one person was shot and injured.

SEARCH OF ABANDONED HOUSE YIELDS RESULTS

A quantity of drugs were seized by the Police during a joint search operation Thursday morning February 07

Young Mother Charged For Harming Child

34-year-old Kimberly Liburd of Mansion Village has been charged for the offence of Inflicting Grievous Bodily Harm on a juvenile which was committed in Mansion Village on January 21, 2019

Wanted Man, Nyon Dasent is currently in Police Custody

Nyon Dasent, for whom a wanted poster was issued, turned himself in to the Police on Monday (Janaury 28).

TWO MORE CHARGED FOR FIREARM, AMMUNITION POSSESSION

Two more men have been charged in relation to a firearm and ammunition found during a stop and search operation on January 19

Nyon Dasent Wanted by Police

Nyon Dasent is currently wanted by the Police in relation to the firearm that was found earlier this month. 

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Gun, Ammunition Handed In Days Into Amnesty Period 

In a recent update from the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPF), it was reported that one firearm with ammunition were surrendered eight days into the gun amnesty period.

First cohort of 9-1-1 Emergency Dispatchers on Nevis receive international public safety certification 

Thirteen individuals have successfully completed the NEVCOM Telecommunicator Training ahead of the implementation of the Nevis 9-1-1 Emergency Dispatch System.

Douglas Responds to “Baseless” Claims by MSR

Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Trade, Industry, Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Economic Development and Investment Dr. Denzil L. Douglas has issued a rebuttal to a recent civil claim filed by MSR Hotels & CO. Ltd., MSR Media International LLC, and Philippe Martinez concerning St.Kitts-Nevis’ Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme.

PM Drew Says Gov’t “Ahead of the Game” in CBI Good Governance 

Prime Minister Dr. Terrance Drew, Minister of National Security and Finance, has restated his government's commitment to good governance and regulation of the Citizenship by Investment (CBI) programme, highlighting the criminalization of underselling and discounting of passports as one of the key steps put in place under his new administration upon taking office.