Today, a car took a wrong lane in front of me. Typical day you would say and thousand of drivers experience the same situation every single day. I agree. But when two police officer witness this specific road offense and one of them only waves his hand at the driver, then you start asking yourself... Continue Reading →
This is not the best way to teach Trainee Police Officers
While walking in Port Louis today, I noticed several trainee police officers dressed in white t-shirts and blue tracksuits. (I later read on TopFM's web site that they were SSU officers). I was particularly alarmed when I saw some of them at a pedestrian crossing. As you can see in the video, another officer in police uniform was supervising... Continue Reading →
No more ‘sticks’ to higher ranks of police officers
A few days ago, police officers, as from the rank of Inspector and upwards, have been urged to leave their sticks at home.
The group which quickly gathered more than 15,000 Mauritians
It did not take long for Mauritians to react following the creation of the group shouting for the boycott of Mauritius.
Calling 999 for help
Ever dialed 999 to ask for police assistance?
Ever been flashed while police officers do their tests?
I was damn angry a few weeks back when I was flashed by a speed camera while entering the Soreze dangerous curve at night.. Normally, you would say that it is normal if you are driving above the speed limit of 40km/hr.
Are these police officers to be blamed?
A video shooting some police officers helpless in front a casino in goodlands. A few hostile persons were really excited and ready to fight among themselves. I would like to have your view, after you read mine... Thanks
[Guest post] What do you think about law and lawyers?
Today, we welcome Ushna, who gonna talk a bit about her course in UOM. She wants to know what do Mauritians think about the law and the entire system. Lets go!
Parlons en de la “Highway Mobile Patrol”…
Cette unité spéciale de la police a été mise sur pied quelques mois de cela après les nombreux accidents impliquant des poids lourds... Faisons connaissance....
Magistrat condamné par la justice
Cette affaire remonte à quelques semaines de cela. Un magistrat avait infligé une amende de Rs100 à un inspecteur de police pour ne pas être présent en cour le jour d'un procès dans lequel il était assigné comme témoin.