National Consensus On Crime Urgently Needed

It has been well over a month since members of the working group established to pursue a national consensus on crime, met with the Prime Minister, and the Opposition to review the proposed recommendations.

Much has happened from then till now, including the extension of five emergency powers across the island; in an aim curtail criminal activities. 

Robian Williams reports on the ongoing process to deliver a multi-sectoral and bipartisan approach to crime: