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(FROM LEFT) Deputy Commissioner of Police, Erwin Boyce; Director of the Criminal Justice Research Unit, Cheryl Willoughby; Attorney at law and lecturer at UWI, Dr. Janeille Matthews; Lena Weekes, Sentence Manager, HMP Dodds; Dr. Corin Bailey, Senior Research Fellow; and Dr. Tonya Haynes, lecturer at UWI, made up the panel of the SALISES Symposium on Crime.

(FROM LEFT) Deputy Commissioner of Police, Erwin Boyce; Director of the Criminal Justice Research Unit, Cheryl Willoughby; Attorney at law and lecturer at UWI, Dr. Janeille Matthews; Lena Weekes, Sentence Manager, HMP Dodds; Dr. Corin Bailey, Senior Research Fellow; and Dr. Tonya Haynes, lecturer at UWI, made up the panel of the SALISES Symposium on Crime.

Barbados still a safe place

There are no “no go” areas in Barbados.

Coordinator at Marina House, Renee Napoleon, second from right, accepting a basket of toiletries from Kerrie Anthony, Assistant Customer Service Manager at the Speightstown Branch. Also pictured, from left are, CIBC First Caribbean employees, Janiece Headley, Branch Manager, Therese Clarke, Justin Wiltshire and Michelle Whitelaw, Director, Retail Banking Channels.

Employees of CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank and representatives of the Substance Abuse Foundation posing with some of the items donated at the Wildey Branch.

CIBC FirstCaribbean extends hand to Marina House

Women suffering with addictions are being urged to seek help at Marina House, a residential treatment centre for females over 18 years.

Minister of People Empowerment and Elder Affairs Cynthia Forde wants our boys to be treated gentler by parents and caregivers.

HANDLE WITH CARE

Our boys need gentle handling too, insists Minister of People Empowerment and Elder Affairs Cynthia Forde.

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