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Police Advise Against Impersonating Public Servants

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Police have seen an uptick in suspects not only impersonating law enforcement officials but also public servants.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Police have seen an uptick in suspects not only impersonating law enforcement officials but also public servants.

Chief Superintendent Chrislyn Skippings strongly encouraging members of the public to ask for identification from any public officer who confronts them.

Impersonating a public officer is punishable by a fine of three months in prison.

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