Rare interviews with Justice officials begin tonight

POSTED: 07/18/11 11:43 AM

GREAT BAY– St. Maarten Cable TV channel 15 will air the first in a series of interviews with senior officials in the Ministry of Justice at 7:00 p.m. tonight. The goal of the series is to teach people about the ministry and its various departments.

The week of activities around International Justice Day saw various officials providing information on radio talk shows. Those interviews with officials from the Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS), Police Corps, Prison and the Public Prosecutor’s Office focused on goals and current and future services of their respective departments.

The T.V. interviews that will be aired starting Monday are with Implementation Manager Carmelita Smits-Rombley and Policy Officer Judy La Paix at the Immigration and Naturalization Services on A. Th  Illidge Road, Head of Detectives Denise Jacobs at the Police Station in Philipsburg and Head Supervisor Wilfred Williams at the Prison and House of Detention in Pointe Blanche. Video footage was taken of the each person’s work environment and of their staff in order to give the public a rare inside look into the daily operations as well as the long term vision and goals of the INS, Police Corps and Prison.

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