Anti-crime measures since February 23, 2002

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  1. Anti-crime procedures not meant to harass law-abiding citizens
    December 9, 2003

  2. Top crime fighters back from anti-crime seminar
    November 16, 2003

  3. Anti-crime checkpoint set up at Itaballi
    October 26, 2003

  4. Letís have a legal framework for anti-crime policing
    July 7, 2003

  5. IDB earmarks US$244M for projects here over next three years
    July 1, 2003

  6. Gajraj urges residents to be vigilant, alert
    June 9, 2003

  7. Improved collaboration and citizensí support tripped up criminals
    June 8, 2003

  8. `Stay vigilantí - President warns citizens
    June 8, 2003

  9. Support measures necessary to reduce crime
    June 8, 2003

  10. Information Liaison accuses Dev of betrayal after non-support for Kidnapping Bill
    June 8, 2003

  11. Gajraj to public: support Police in crime fight
    June 7, 2003

  12. Parliament passes kidnapping bill 56-0
    June 6, 2003

  13. Kidnapping Bill approved
    June 6, 2003

  14. Civic participation vital for crime fight success
    June 6, 2003

  15. Kidnapping Bill for Parliament today
    June 5, 2003

  16. Issues over kidnapping bill unresolved
    June 1, 2003

  17. National Assembly again defers Kidnapping Bill
    May 20, 2003

  18. Debate Opens Today On Kidnapping Bill
    May 19, 2003

  19. Six men detained in Buxton sweep
    May 22, 2003

  20. Five more detained in Buxton operations
    May 22, 2003

  21. Joint Services initiative on crime welcomed
    May 21, 2003

  22. Red Thread calls on Jagdeo for special sitting of Parliament on crime problem
    April 27, 2003

  23. Efforts ongoing to prosecute kidnappers
    April 16, 2003

  24. UGSS symposium reiterates 'stop the killing' message
    March 19, 2003

  25. Thousands attend 'Stop de Killing' concert
    March 16, 2003

  26. Police grant permission for open air concert tomorrow night
    March 13, 2003

  27. 'Stop de killin' concert tomorrow
    March 13, 2003

  28. UGSS moving to form broad-based committee to fight crime situation
    March 12, 2003

  29. Barricades can aid anti-crime fight
    February 4, 2003

  30. President urges public support for law enforcement agencies
    January 29, 2003

  31. Police/army failure to intercept Ketley Street attackers queried
    January 25, 2003

  32. President asks for rethink of anti-crime plans
    January 24, 2003

  33. Crime-fighting laws violate human rights - Amnesty
    January 23, 2003

  34. Gajraj meets Annandale Community Policing Groups
    January 22, 2003

  35. More security measures in place to combat criminal violence
    January 22, 2003

  36. Seized laptop helping police fight crime
    January 22, 2003

  37. Containing criminals is new strategy
    January 22, 2003

  38. Saline Solution has failed so far
    January 20, 2003

  39. New measures to beef up security forces
    January 19, 2003

  40. Increased financial resources for anti-crime fight
    January 13, 2003

  41. Police vow stepped up crime fight
    January 10, 2003

  42. Joint anti-crime operation intensifies
    January 10, 2003

  43. Special army/police teams, intelligence units proposed
    October 14, 2002

  44. Government has involved private sector, civil society in anti-crime strategies
    October 8, 2002

  45. President assents to crime bills
    October 8, 2002

  46. President assents to anti-crime Bills
    October 8, 2002

  47. Closing the history book
    October 6, 2002

  48. Persaud, Carberry trade letters over consultation on crime bills
    October 6, 2002

  49. Unilateralism
    October 5, 2002

  50. Police detain suspicious men
    October 3, 2002

  51. GINA recounts measures to curb crime, recapture escapees
    October 3, 2002

  52. National consensus on crime urgently needed
    October 2, 2002

  53. Political leaders must declare war on crime with one voice
    October 2, 2002

  54. Government defends anti-crime Bills
    September 29, 2002

  55. Amendments to crime laws
    September 29, 2002

  56. Parliament passes anti-crime bills
    September 27, 2002

  57. Anti-crime Bills passed in Parliament
    September 27, 2002

  58. Lindeners talk out at crime consultation
    September 27, 2002

  59. National security remains top priority
    September 27, 2002

  60. President convenes emergency security meeting
    September 26, 2002

  61. Security service director endorses crime fighting bills
    September 26, 2002

  62. Gov't will go ahead with crime bills - Luncheon
    September 25, 2002

  63. Guyana Bar Association airs concerns on anti-crime bills
    September 25, 2002

  64. Anti-crime bills in contravention of Constitution
    September 25, 2002

  65. Government to proceed with anti-crime laws
    September 25, 2002

  66. Bar Association concerned about some provisions
    September 25, 2002

  67. Crime fighting bills could derail process
    September 24, 2002

  68. Critchlow Labour College students table proposals at crime consultation
    September 24, 2002

  69. Crime consultations to be extended into this week
    September 23, 2002

  70. PPP Peace March sends strong message
    September 23, 2002

  71. Crime bills could infringe civil liberties, say critics
    September 22, 2002

  72. Debating laws to deal with crimes
    September 22, 2002

  73. Citizens' rights, freedom not infringed by anti-crime bills
    September 22, 2002

  74. Parliament sitting postponed until Thursday
    September 21, 2002

  75. About 20 attend NA crime consultation
    September 20, 2002

  76. Legislation to curb crime tabled in National Assembly
    September 20, 2002

  77. Salaries of police officers should be increased
    September 16, 2002

  78. Crime and the army
    September 15, 2002

  79. Army can't fiddle while Rome burns - Luncheon
    September 15, 2002

  80. Police mount unannounced 'stop-and-search' operation
    September 14, 2002

  81. Crime consultations gain momentum
    September 14, 2002

  82. Poor attendance at crime meeting with retired disciplined services officers
    September 13, 2002

  83. Crime consultation hears: Cell phone network alerts criminals in Buxton
    September 12, 2002

  84. Joint anti-crime operations are necessary
    September 12, 2002

  85. Retired officers share ideas in national crime consultation
    September 12, 2002

  86. Religious reps recommend more timely responses to criminal attacks
    September 12, 2002

  87. Poor turnout at crime discussion
    September 11, 2002

  88. Luncheon slams Hoyte, Granger over criticisms
    September 11, 2002

  89. National Steering Committee on Crime to hold countrywide consultations
    September 9, 2002

  90. Internal security
    August 31, 2002

  91. WPA slams crime consultation
    August 27, 2002

  92. RCMP, British help for anti-crime fight
    August 22, 2002

  93. Public consultations on crime open tomorrow
    August 21, 2002

  94. Setting up of SWAT team could be speeded up
    August 18, 2002

  95. Catching the bandits
    July 14, 2002

  96. Major parties must commit to solving crime situation
    June 24, 2002

  97. Menu of measures on crime inadequate, unimpressive
    June 15, 2002

  98. The new anti-crime measures
    June 15, 2002

  99. GTUC expresses concern over crime situation
    June 12, 2002

  100. Top cop welcomes crime fighting measures
    June 12, 2002

  101. The new anti-crime measures
    June 12, 2002

  102. Harsh crime fight decisions need to be made - trade union leaders
    June 12, 2002

  103. Police welcome Presidentís anti-crime measures
    June 12, 2002

  104. Encouraging signals In anti-crime fight
    June 9, 2002

  105. Army increases its strength
    June 9, 2002

  106. Special crime crack force to be set up <
    June 8, 2002

  107. Army launches crime fighting operation
    June 7, 2002

  108. Army, Police launch land, sea, air operations
    June 7, 2002

  109. President to announce menu of crime fighting measures
    June 6, 2002

  110. Forging a national response to the crime wave
    June 5, 2002

  111. President meets senior Police Officers on crime situation
    June 5, 2002

  112. Private sector seeks meeting with President on crime
    June 4, 2002

  113. President to announce measures to halt violent crime
    June 3, 2002

  114. Emergency action - now
    June 2, 2002

  115. Government pursuing measures to ensure security of society
    June 2, 2002

  116. Tough, emergency measures
    May 19, 2002

  117. Ruling party to initiate public anti-crime campaign
    May 18, 2002

  118. Police have handle on crime
    April 19, 2002

  119. Shouting alone would not do
    April 9, 2002

  120. Force has to beef up intelligence
    March 22, 2002



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