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Published: Tue, 20 Mar 2018 19:52:10 -0700

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Netherlands Antilles: Police Find Weapons on Academy PSVE

Thu, 27 Nov 2008 08:00:00 GMT

The Daily Herald, 27 Nov 2008 - EBENEZER--Police found drugs and weapons in students' bags at St. Maarten Academy PSVE during a one-day control at the school on Wednesday aimed at stopping violence. Then the officers gathered the students of the vocational secondary school together to discuss youth violence, drug use and criminality. Police had done the same at a St. Eustatius high school eight days ago.

Netherlands Antilles: Drug Prevention Survey Aims To Curb Drug

Thu, 10 Jan 2008 08:00:00 GMT

The Daily Herald, 10 Jan 2008 - PHILIPSBURG--The Executive Council has approved a project to develop target groups for specific intervention programmes aimed at drug prevention, Commissioner of Health Maria Buncamper-Molanus announced Wednesday. Buncamper-Molanus told Wednesday's Executive Council press briefing the project entails gathering baseline information on the local drug situation. The information gathered will include the causes, consequences and characteristics of persons involved with drugs, and their social networks.

Netherlands Antilles: Editorial: Law Enforcement

Tue, 09 Aug 2005 07:00:00 GMT

The Daily Herald, 09 Aug 2005 - After the recent deadly flooding and its aftermath, crime and developments on the constitutional front -- or lack thereof -- are again grabbing headlines. The crime-related news in the paper these days does not give reason for optimism on that score. Increasingly violent and ever-bolder crimes committed by hardened criminals appear to be continuing unabated, despite efforts by authorities to curb them. But the problem is not in St. Maarten alone, as shown by recent incidents on normally tranquil islands such as Anguilla and Saba. What to think of Bonaire, which has seen a prison escape, double murder and now children transporting cocaine in their stomachs in a matter of weeks.

Netherlands Antilles: School Adoption Plan To Benefit Youths

Wed, 10 Nov 2004 08:00:00 GMT

The Daily Herald, 10 Nov 2004 - PHILIPSBURG--The pilot project for the School Adoption Plan (SAP), launched by the police at the Hillside Christian and Martin Luther King Jr. Schools Tuesday, is intended to benefit students and by extension the community. SAP coordinator Carol de Palm said the two schools were selected because of the communities in which they are located. Eight officers, four at each school, will "adopt" fifth and sixth grade classes at the pilot schools and initially lecture to students about police, drugs, alcohol and tobacco.