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Haiti - Security : Extraordinary measures for the holiday season
01/12/2011 12:43:08

Haiti - Security : Extraordinary measures for the holiday season
Commissioner Will Dimanche, Director of Traffic and the Traffic Police announced yesterday Wednesday at a press conference that from December 1, several measures are in place. Thus, the motorcycle taxi to Petion-ville, must park at the roundabout on the market and they are forbidden to park in front of banks, shops, churches or any other busy places. He also informed the bus company Sin to pick up passengers only at regular stops and not to change routes. As for car drivers, he informs them that if they parked their car in unauthorized areas, they will be ticketed and the plate of their vehicle will be seized.

For his part, Gary Desrosiers, the spokesman of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) announced that exceptional security measures will be taken as part of the operation "Christmas 2011" (Noël 2011) "...we know that the holidays are fast approaching. For December 24 and 31, there is a series of additional measures that the police will take to allow people to go about their business and also take pleasure. This is a period that gathered many people and where the diaspora is also present [...]

With the approach of the holiday season, individuals take the opportunity to extort money from the public, make kidnappings and we record unfortunately, cases of people shot. As part of strengthening of the security, we will make a big mobilization at the level of the PNH with the support of the Minustah to address these situations. This operation is called 'Christmas 2011' initiated since November 25 it will end on January 7, 2012. The mission of the PNH is to prevent and punish individuals who intend to prevent people from going about their business quietly.

There will be joint patrols PNH-MINUSTAH throughout the country, these measures are taken in all departments... Areas that the police are specifically targeting are : Bel Aire, Cité Soleil, Vivi Michel, Thomassin, Solino etc... but also shopping centers, the lower town, Grand Rue, Marché Saint Joseph [...]

There will be fixed checkpoints, for example to the station Gonaïves, poste Marchand, Nazon/Christ Roi, former Teleco sans fil etc... To Carrefour, all roads will be patrols and fixed points the level of the RN2, to Fontamara 43 which usually gives problems and Route Rail. For Delmas, the crossroads of the airport, Gerald Bataille, crossroads Delmas 2 and piste aviation, Delmas 32​​, 40b, 48... At the Croix des Bouquet, crossroads Beudet, crossroads Fleuriot, Lilavois 48, Route 9 and Croix des Missions.

For Pétion ville, where there are really an extraordinary activity in this period, because virtually all areas of the downtown had problems after January 12, with the result that people get on Pétion ville and that is where there are clubs, there will be a really large presence of the PNH ; to the market of Pétion ville, next to the church of Saint-Jean-Bosco, Street Pan American, Jacquet toto, entry Tabarre 62, Montagne Noire and Delmas 105 area cemetery.

For Cite Soleil the official of this area took additional measures to enable people living in the area to go about their business during the Christmas..."


S/ HaitiLibre

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