St. Maarten Police issue advisories on driving, consent letters and I.D. cards

POSTED: 07/22/11 12:26 PM

St. Maarten – The police have issued an advisory asking people to drive carefully because of ongoing road works. The advisory was part of the police report that was issued on Wednesday. That same day Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Housing, Physical Planning, Environment and Infrastructure Theodore Heyliger announced that he’d requested the police serve as escorts for road crews and Justice Minister Roland Duncan confirm the police were studying how best to assist.

In the same report police advised parents and permanent guardians to give people bringing their underage children to St. Maarten a letter of consent and the correct address. The same applies to when the person is taking the child away from the island. The measure is being taken in order to combat human smuggling.

In a third advisory the police reminded residents and visitors that they should always have their identification cards with them.

 

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