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Vice-Prime Minister calls for collective effort to combat domestic violence

Vice-Prime Minister calls for collective effort to combat domestic violence
Date:November 16, 2018|Domain:Law and Order--Gender

GIS – 16 November 2018: Domestic violence is a serious social evil, affecting all spheres of the society and cuts across race, religion and ethnicity. There should be a collective effort on the part of the population, the public and private sectors,


Mauritius and France sign Declaration of Intent with regards to maritime defence

Mauritius and France sign Declaration of Intent with regards to maritime defence
Date:November 12, 2018|Domain:Law and Order

GIS – 12 November 2018: A signing ceremony for the declaration of intent with regards to maritime defence between the Government of France and Government of Mauritius was held on Friday 09 November 2018 at the Treasury Building, Port Louis. The sign


Domestic violence is a national issue, says Vice-Prime Minister Jeewa-Daureeawoo

Domestic violence is a national issue, says Vice-Prime Minister Jeewa-Daureeawoo
Date:November 08, 2018|Domain:Gender--Law and Order

GIS – 08 November, 2018: The plague of domestic violence is a national issue and a serious concern which affects each citizen.  It is nonpolitical and therefore we all have to work in collaboration towards ensuring a fairer society with equal opport


Participants receive certificates following training on security within prison system

Participants receive certificates following training on security within prison system
Date:October 26, 2018|Domain:Law and Order

GIS - 26 October, 2018: Certificates were handed over this morning to foreign and local prison staffs who participated in a training on technological applications and security within the prison system, during a ceremony held at the Mauritius Prison


Mauritius Prison Service: Minister Mentor outlines key measures taken to enhance prison services

Mauritius Prison Service: Minister Mentor outlines key measures taken to enhance prison services
Date:October 24, 2018|Domain:Law and Order

​GIS – 24 October 2018: The Commission of Inquiry on Drug Trafficking Report in Mauritius has made 87 recommendations concerning prisons and 32 measures have already been implemented while 22 other measures are currently being implemented, said the


Report of the Commission of Inquiry on Drug Trafficking contains some 460 recommendations, says Prime Minister

Report of the Commission of Inquiry on Drug Trafficking contains some 460 recommendations, says Prime Minister
Date:October 17, 2018|Domain:Law and Order

GIS -17 October, 2018: The Report of the Commission of Inquiry on Drug Trafficking contains some 460 recommendations. The Committee under the aegis of the office of the Secretary to Cabinet and Head of the Civil Service has held several working sess


Government is stepping up the relentless battle against drug trafficking, says Prime Minister

Government is stepping up the relentless battle against drug trafficking, says Prime Minister
Date:October 17, 2018|Domain:Law and Order

GIS  – 17 October 2018: Government is devoting all the necessary resources to step up the relentless battle against drug trafficking in a sustainable manner. In the crusade against drug trafficking, there will be no retreat no surrender, come what m


Police Helicopter Squadron celebrates its 44th anniversary

Police Helicopter Squadron celebrates its 44th anniversary
Date:September 13, 2018|Domain:Law and Order

​GIS – 13 September 2018: An official ceremony marking the 44th anniversary of the Mauritius Police Helicopter Squadron (PHS) was held yesterday at the hangar of the helicopter squadron at the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport, Plaisan


There will be no compromise in ensuring Road Safety, says Minister Mentor

There will be no compromise in ensuring Road Safety, says Minister Mentor
Date:September 12, 2018|Domain:Law and Order--Public Infrastructure

GIS - 12 September, 2018: The third meeting of the National Road Safety Commission, chaired by the Minister Mentor, Minister of Defence, Minister for Rodrigues, Sir Anerood Jugnauth, was held yesterday at the Sir Harilal Vaghjee Hall in Port-Louis,


Mauritius to sign Agreement Amending the Protocol on Politics Defence and Security Cooperation of SADC

Mauritius to sign Agreement Amending the Protocol on Politics Defence and Security Cooperation of SADC
Date:August 16, 2018|Domain:Law and Order--International Relations

GIS - 16 August, 2018: Government has agreed to Mauritius signing the Agreement Amending the Protocol on Politics Defence and Security Cooperation of the Southern African Development Community (SADC).    The Southern African Regional Police Chief