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THE FEDERATIONS TWO LEADERS CALLS ON THE PUBLIC TO HELP TO DEAL WITH THE SPECTRE OF CRIME AND VIOLENCE
January 04, 2006

Law Enforcement authorities here in St. Kitts and Nevis, were stretched in 2005, as they battled with a number of criminal acts.

Prime Minister Dr. Hon. Denzil Douglas, was forced to implement measures which he said would help stem the tide.

In his new year’s address to the nation he again stressed that all the gains made over the last ten years could be lost if the level of crime and violence continues unchecked.

He also made reference to the effects that crime could have on what is rapidly becoming the mainstay of the nation’s economy.

Meanwhile,

Premier of Nevis, Hon. Vance Amory, has also expressed his concern over the crime situation here in St. Kitts and Nevis.

Premier Amory says that in 2006, there will be numerous challenges and opportunities, but the full benefits of these could not be realized if crime and violence becomes a way of life.

He said his administration would do everything in its power to prevent that and urged residents to play their part in arresting the situation.


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