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Haiti - Security : The State announces new measures to improve security in the country
10/12/2019 09:46:46

Haiti - Security : The State announces new measures to improve security in the country
Monday at a press conference the Secretaries of State Ronsard St-Cyr (Public Security) and Eddy Jackson Alexis (Communication) announced that new security measures had been adopted by the Executive to accompany the Haitian population before, during and after the end of year celebrations "The Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of the Interior, the Public Security Secretariat and the entire State apparatus are working hard to ensure the safety of the population [...]" said Ronsard St-Cyr.

To this end, he said the police presence in the metropolitan area and in several parts of the country, especially in strategic areas and near schools had been significantly increased.

He informed that two specialized units of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) : the Intervention and Maintenance Corps (CIMO) and the Departmental Unit of Maintenance of the Order (UDMO) are positioned permanently on the National Road #2 between Chalon and Petit-Goâve, the National Road #1 between Cabaret and Arcahaie to prevent acts of banditry.

He also said that reinforcement measures had been taken in the border areas to combat the smuggling of weapons and ammunition into the country.

Regarding gang activity, Ronsard St Cyr said that the authorities concerned had information about groups of armed individuals in order to arrest them at the right time...

As for the increasing insecurity at the bicentenaire and its surroundings, he limited to saying that the police authorities continued to define strategies to restore public order by avoiding collateral losses.

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