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Haiti - Insecurity : Bank customers, too easy preys
10/11/2010 09:59:08

Haiti - Insecurity : Bank customers, too easy preys
Maître Renan Hedouville, general secretary of the Lawyers Committee for the Respect of Individual Liberties (CARLI), Tuesday launched an SOS near the Association of Professional Bankers (APB) and the Haitian National Police (PNH), for customers of commercial banks exposed to the insecurity.

The Secretary General of CARLI, note that for some time, customers which return from banking institutions are attacked by people who claim their the exact amount of cash they are. Me. Hedouville denounces the existence of collusion between gangsters and some cashiers or employees of these banks.

It stresses that these criminal acts are done sometimes under the glance of the Haitian National Police (PNH) whose officers seem to put more time to intervene to apprehend the bandits...

The secretary of the CARLI, wonders about the absence of the police to the accesses of the banking institutions, and recommends inter alia measurements, with the persons in charge of the banking institutions to install surveillance cameras to detect the employees who use a cellphone in their establishment. He also asks the PNH to ensure the monitoring of the immediate perimeter of each bank.

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