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Post  Sirop14 on Fri Jul 28, 2017 9:30 pm

New Anse aux Pins police station more work conducive and community-friendly

28-July-2017


The new Anse aux Pins police station has been described as more work conducive and community-friendly.
Equipped with modern amenities, the new station which was inaugurated yesterday will serve the communities of Anse aux Pins, Cascade, Pointe Larue and Au Cap.
It was the Commissioner of Police Reginald Elizabeth and Designated Minister Macsuzy Mondon, who also holds the ministerial portfolio for Home Affairs, who had the honour of unveiling the commemorative plaque to officially open the station.

http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=255032

Comment - that SIROP program contributed that President FA Rene instructed the Reclamation of South East Island/Anse aux Pins the many issues and topic we worked with him and JA Michel government - now that his Station is completed and to serve fours District - our inquiry to have a plot on that island or on any of the major Reclamation done under that SIROP program completely ignore - we have a Truth Commission and an Anti corruption Commission other Committee - the world and Europe read our forums . In Africa what this constitute


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Post  Sirop14 on Fri Jul 28, 2017 9:49 pm

LDS calls for further actions on FIU and NDEA revelations
http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=255030

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The Machete Strikes again.

Post  Sirop14 on Thu Aug 24, 2017 7:14 pm

The Machete Strikes again.

Wednesday 23 August, 2017

An altercation on Monday morning has left Cerf Island resident Antoine Gardner cut, battered, bruised, and a machete wielding man on the loose. Determined to be a voice for the ‘good Seychellois still left’, Mr. Gardner is intent on having his aggressor held accountable.
by C. Hoareau
Cerf Island is a popular destination, with many visitors coming in for picnics or barbeques. However, unlike Moyenne Island, Cerf is not equipped with amenities for visitors. Property owners, like Antoine Gardner whose family own land on Cerf for over a century, do not have an issue with visitors coming to the beautiful island. They do, however, have an issue with their land being defecated on, and their coconut trees stripped bare. This is usually done without the owner’s consent.
Because this situation has become all too common, Mr. Gardner found it necessary to alert his fellow land owners of the going ons on their property. Because some of the proprietors are foreigners, locals are employed to maintain their property whilst they are away. These employees take it upon themselves to invite people over, and this is where the trespass and littering occur. The owners took it upon themselves to relay their discontent to their employees, which led to the altercation.
Mr. Gardner tells us how he was accosted by his attacker, who was being very verbally abusive. The latter, he tells us, was being egged on by a fellow employee.
“He left and came running back with a machete, which he jammed in my face. You can see where he cut me. So with one hand he is slashing away with the knife, and with the other he’s hurling punches. All I can do in that instance is try to dodge his blows. It is clear that he is here with the intention to maim or to hurt me,” recounts Mr. Gardner. “He hit me between 8-10 times. My spectacles got broken, you can see the bruises on my face and on the side of my head. My nose is still very sensitive, and I still have some pain on the side of my head.”
He tells us how, following the incident, officers from the Mont Fleuri Police Station came and requested that the aggressor follow them to the police station.
“Here is this man who has just attacked me, the evidence is here, and he is not even handcuffed! At the station, I find him there with two of his friends, one of which wasn’t even ON Cerf when the incident took place! They’re talking to the officers when I get there, who is rather cold to me, their threatening me in front of everyone and nothing is being said or done about it. After making my statement, in the same vicinity as my attacker, I left for the hospital and then to vision care to have my glasses temporarily fixed. When I come back, my attacker is gone. Not even detained! When I questioned this, I was informed that I had to wait for judgement to be passed before anything can be done. And we all know this could take years. ”
When TODAY enquired on his intentions, Mr. Gardner had this to say: “When I reached home, the two men were already back on the island, acting as if nothing had happened. My wife, who witnessed the whole incident and I are very traumatized, and here are these two guys, whistling away. I’m worried about my animals, I’m worried about a lot of things, and yes, I am worried that another attack is a possibility. I have spoken to the owners who have every intention of letting these people go. I am here today, I am 65 years old, I am retired, I do not need this aggression going on. Someone needs to make a statement. Someone needs to stand up. I refuse to be intimidated. We need this attitude away from Seychelles; there are a lot of nice people here who should not have to be in this situation. To be aggressed with a weapon is NOT what it is about! He needs to be held accountable.”
When TODAY spoke to Mr. Gardner, he had just come from the Central Police Station, where he is hoping actions will be taken against his attacker, who is up until today, still roaming around on the loose.
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Congratulations Mr Krishna Labonte on your appointment as Commissioner of Police

Post  Sirop14 on Tue Oct 03, 2017 6:12 am

Congratulations Mr Krishna Labonte on your appointment as Commissioner of Police
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Lydia Lablache Well deserved post. Glad to see Praslinois in key position. Congratulations Krishna.

James Wong Congratulations Commissioner. God be always with you, bless and protect you and family.

Ray Kat Congratulations Mr Labonte I know you will do a good job.

David Payet An appointment well deserved.

Georgette Hoareau D'offay Congratulations Mr Labonte

Napoleon Esparon Congrattulation God bless you well deserve promotion keep up the good work.

Barry Robert Tirant Congratulation Mr.krishan Labonte to your new post..all the best sir.


Georgette Smith Congratulations Mr Labonte x

Jeannine Chung-Faye Congratulations Krishna. Proud.

Christine Wilson Morel Congratulations Commissioner Labonte.

Sinda Labonte Congrats bro!!! All the best...keep up the gud work. God bless.

Michael E Jean-Louis GAP making Seychelles great another one of our sons taking up key positions in the country.

Shirley Johnstone Hoareau Congratulations to you Commissioner Krishna Labonte

Raymonde Alcindor Congratulations sir. Mn plis ki kwar la na va ganny en ti lapolis ki pou vreman konpetan e zot pou travay. Bonn sans.

Katrina Soleil Well deserved! Congratulations!!!

Paule Vidot Congratulations Mr Labonte to yr new post God bless u

Simon Lajoie We're getting there slowly slowly. Seychelles deserve great men and women with good integrity in key positions. Congratulation.

Mich Mich Congratulations mr Labonte..

Monica Cedras congratulations god bless

Jeff Pillay Big job ahead but without a doubt the right person for the job.

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Post  Sirop14 on Tue Oct 03, 2017 6:44 am

Following the retirement of Mr Reginald Elizabeth as Commissioner of Police, the President has written to the Speaker of the National Assembly, nominating Mr Kishnan Labonte as the new Commissioner of Police. In accordance with Article 160 (1) of the Constitution, the appointment of the Commissioner of Police must be made with the approval of the National Assembly.

Mr Labonte is currently the Chief Office of the National Drug Enforcement Agency. He has 27 years previous experience in the Police Force, having served for 8 years as Assistant Commissioner. He also has seven years experience as Magistrate.

http://www.statehouse.gov.sc/news.php?news_id=3646

Integrating the NDEA into the Police Department
http://www.statehouse.gov.sc/news.php?news_id=3648

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Post  Sirop14 on Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:33 pm

New police commissioner Kishnan Labonte sworn in

10-October-2017
‘I am one of the rare people to have made it full circle in the criminal justice system’

New Commissioner of Police, Kishnan Labonté, has officially sworn to uphold the Constitution of Seychelles and administer law and order without fear or favour.
The official swearing in of Commissioner Labonte took place yesterday morning at State House before the President of the Republic Danny Faure, Vice-President Vincent Meriton, Designated Minister Macsuzy Mondon, Speaker of the National Assembly Patrick Pillay, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Mathilda Twomey, Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Nicholas Prea, other leaders in the National Assembly and high officials.
Also duly present were members of the commissioners’ family, namely his wife Jeanette Labonte, his son and daughter as well as his step-daughter.
As prescribed by Article 160(1) of the Constitution, Kishnan Labonte was last week nominated as Commissioner of Police by President Danny Faure, and his nomination was subsequently approved by the National Assembly.
With the ceremony yesterday, Mr Labonte officially replaces former Commissioner Reginald Elizabeth whose resignation took effect two days prior, on October 7.
After taking the oath of allegiance to the Constitution and oath of office, Commissioner Labonte, as the newly appointed head of the police force, was decorously saluted by comrades from the force.
Speaking in an interview after the ceremony Commissioner Labonte described his swearing in as a moment of joy.
A joy which, he said, has been amplified by a long journey that has not only been difficult but also one that is rather unorthodox and rare for a police commissioner in Seychelles.
Mr Labonte joined the police force in 1976 and rose to the ranks of Assistant Commissioner of Police until he was terminated on the grounds of redundancy in 2003.
This setback only propelled him to pursue a law degree with honours at the University of London and, with such a degree in hand, went on to become state-counsel at the Attorney General’s office.
He later moved on to serve as Magistrate until March of this year when he was appointed as the chief executive of the National Drugs Enforcement Agency (NDEA).
“I started my career in law enforcement after which I went into the administrative and legislative branch of the justice system. Hence, I am one of the rare people to have made it full circle in the criminal justice system,” the commissioner explained.
With reference to the possible integration of the NDEA under the auspices of the police force, the commissioner said if this occurs, the purpose of the drug enforcement agency will remain the same.
“We might perhaps change its name and merge it with the marines. But rest assured that this revision will not in any way impact on the laws in regards to drug enforcement. This unit will still be able to enter premises without warrants if they feel it is necessary.”
As to the issue of corruption and how he plans to deal with it, the commissioner replied: “I will not tolerate anyone who decides to participate in corruption. It will be dealt with as needed.”

http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=256029

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Post  Sirop14 on Fri Nov 03, 2017 5:53 pm

Police get new deputy commissioners

03-November-2017
The Office of the Commissioner of Police has announced that the President has approved the appointment of Romano Songor and Ted Barbe as deputy Commissioner of Police.
Mr Songor and Mr Barbe are former NDEA Deputy Chief Officer to the now new Commissioner of Police Kishnan Labonte.
In the same breath the same office has announced that as of yesterday, Benjamin Zab, a former Superintendent and Jack Valentin, a former Assistant Superintendent, have re-joined the Force, both as Superintendents.
It is anticipated that a few more seasoned ex-officers could be on their way back in the Force as from early next year.
These new development forms part of the reorganisation process of the Police Force.

http://www.nation.sc/article.html?id=256372

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