Dottin clears the air


Commissioner of Police Darwin Dottin left last Wednesday’s Nation Talkback town hall meeting at Lester Vaughan School a little perplexed by what he said were some of the comments made and conclusions drawn from the police’s use of statistics on reported crimes.
He had also been disturbed by a Page 1 report in last Thursday’s DAILY NATION which spoke about a steady increase in murders since 1997.
In this week’s Big Interview, the commissioner speaks with SUNDAY SUN Editor Bryan Walker to seek to clear the air on these and other matters, and also answer questions about the public’s confidence – or lack thereof – in crime statistics, and their perceptions about the frequency of criminal activity in Barbados.


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