NASSAU, The Bahamas (BIS) — “Persons who insist on committing serious crimes should be, and should remain, incarcerated,” said Ellison Greenslade, Commissioner of the Royal Bahamas Police Force during a press conference Monday, February 13, 2017. The press conference was held to update the public on the police force’s efforts to eradicate crime from the streets of New Providence and the country. Mr Greenslade said it is only a few prolific criminals known in the court system and known by police who are committing these crimes.
For the year to date, a total of 46 firearms were seized throughout the country — 38 in New Providence, 5 in Grand Bahama and 1 each in Abaco, Bimini and Eleuthera.
He said, in addition 795 rounds of assorted ammunition were confiscated. (BIS Photo/Letisha Henderson)