Tag Archives: Crime

April 2019 Murder Stats

here have been at least two deaths associated with violence in April. This is based on data obtained from reports in the media. March 2019 saw six deaths. Total for the year thus far is 22. The table below lists the two individuals. Full details posted on caribbeansignal.com.

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The Jeff Cumberbatch Column – A Disproportionate Reaction?

The Government’s regulatory interest in community safety can, in appropriate circumstances, outweigh an individual’s liberty interest. –US v Salerno [1987] I suppose that one rational response by the current governing administration to a query by an individual charged with one of the offences stipulated under the amended Bail Act and thereby suffering a loss of pre-trial liberty, as to the

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Murder Statistics March 2019

The following compiled by caribbeansignal.com – David, Barbados Underground Based on the data I collected (via media reports), there have been at least six deaths associated with violence for the month of March 2019, an increase of one death compared to last month. The table below lists six individuals.

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The Jeff Cumberbatch Column – The Tipping Point

“Government’s first duty and highest obligation is public safety” -. Arnold Schwarzenegger “In the days when hyenas of hate suckle the babes of men, and jackals of hypocrisy pimp their mothers’ broken hearts, may children not look to demons of ignorance for hope.” ― Aberjhani, The River of Winged Dreams According to the literature, a tipping point is reached where the addition of

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Crime Pall Hovers

There is an inevitability to the predictability. In 1989 Red Plastic Bag won the Pic O De Crop final with De Country En Well. The blogmaster posted a blog on May 03, 2007 titled Our Nation Is Crying. The rise of violent crime in Barbados is responsible for 20 recorded murders at the time of posting this blog [23 March 2019]. 

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Causes and Solutions of Our Crime Problem

Submitted by DAVID  COMISSIONG, Citizen of Barbados CAUSES Barbados owes a great debt of gratitude to Ms Cheryl Willoughby, Director of the Criminal Justice Research and Planning Unit (CJRPU), Ms Sabrina Roach, Research Officer at the CJRPU, and to Mr Sanka Price, Nation Newspaper reporter, for so clearly outlining the fundamental causes of our country’s crime problem in two articles

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