St.Kitts-Nevis Team UNITY Government Removes Duty, Customs Charges From Security Equipment To Enhance Crime Fighting


The Team UNITY Government  boosted crime fighting  efforts and improved citizen security by removing Duty and Customs charges from security equipment until the end of December.


In a Post Cabinet briefing it was announced that “Cabinet has removed all duties and customs service charges on all surveillance equipment to be used by households and businesses effective April 1 until December 31, 2016. Cabinet hopes that businesses and homeowners will take advantage of this limited period to add to their safety and security.”

The concessions apply to more than just security cameras, and include DVRs and supporting computer systems.

The concessions are  among a wide plethora of activities and initiatives that have been undertaken by the Team UNITY Administration to assist the Police Force with their fight against crime in an effort to make our country safer.

Surveillance Cameras played a critical role in the identification of persons involved in a recent robbery and Moneygram. Similar surveillance may also pay a role in the hopeful identification and capture of a suspect in the recent mid afternoon robbery at Bobsy’s at Frigate Bay.

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