Over 150 improvised weapons found in Camp Street Prison

first_imgtwo months after the Camp Street Prison mayhem that left 17 inmates dead, the Joint Services over the weekend carried out an exercise called “Operation Restore Order”, which resulted in the seizure of 44 mobile phones, over 150 improvised weapons, scissors, a quantity of marijuana and tattoo machines among other items.The exercise started in all the main prison cell blocks about 05:00h which saw prisoners being taken out of their cells so that the search could be conducted.The Fire Service was on standby in case of any possible disturbance. Prior to the operation, the inmates wereThe prohibited items found during the raidaddressed by the Director of Prisons (ag), Carl Grahame, DSM, who urged them to cooperate with all instructions given during and after the operation.During the operation, 13 prisoners were also transferred to different prison locations.Back in March, it was a similar exercise which prompted inmates to set alight one of the cell blocks that resulted in the deaths of 17 prisoners.Below is a list of the prohibited items found during the search.The prohibited items found during the raidlast_img read more

Secretary of State Karen Bradley centre at the D

first_imgSecretary of State Karen Bradley (centre) at the DCMSThe UK government’s Department for Culture, Media and Sport has added ‘Digital’ to its title in a bid to reflect that its “remit has evolved”.The department will continue to be referred to as DCMS in all communications, but is now the department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, said DCMS in a statement.“DCMS celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, and it is fitting now to include Digital in the name,” said Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Karen Bradley.“The department has taken on significant new responsibilities in recent years, so that half of its policy and delivery work now covers the digital sectors – telecommunications, data protection, internet safety, cyber skills and parts of media and the creative industries.”DCMS as a whole also covers arts, culture, the creative industries, sport, tourism, heritage, and gambling.last_img read more

TDCowned multiplay service YouSee has unveiled a

first_imgTDC-owned multi-play service YouSee has unveiled a new packaging structure designed to provide more flexibility and a wider range of options for customers.Dubbled YouSee More, the offering will enable multi-play customers to mix and match a variety of TV options and other services as they choose.Customers that take two out of the three services out of TV, fixed-broadband or mobile w ill be able to choose up to three flexible packages or ‘benefits’, while customers that take all three services will be able to choose up to five packages or benefits.YouSee is making nine packages or benefits available on this basis initially, includining TV4’s premium pay TV service C More, YouSee Premiere, Pling Lite, YouSee Music, Book Mate, Nick Jr Play. Other benefits available as part of the choice include an online security package, the choice of being able to double up on mobile data andThe programme is being rolled out to multi-play customers in a phased way. YouSee will contact its customers over the next six months offer them the combination of products that suits them, the company said.Jaap Postma, YouSee CEO, said that YouSee More would provide a flexible series of additional benefits to reward multi-play customers at no extra cost.last_img read more