Nearly 20 gang members arrested last week in New York City were of Dominican descent.

Arrests Highlight Role of Dominican Crime Groups in International Drug Trade

Authorities say the majority of some 20 gang members detained in the Bronx neighborhood of New York City last week were Dominican, shedding light on how the low...
Puerto Rico’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport

Puerto Rico Airport Employees Indicted on Drug Trafficking Charges

Authorities dismantled a major drug trafficking ring at Puerto Rico's main international airport, highlighting the importance of the island as a drug transshipment...
Trinidad and Tobago's former Minister Glen Ramadarsingh

Fmr Trinidad & Tobago Minister Latest to Call for State of Emergency

A former minister in Trinidad and Tobago has called for a state of emergency to address rising crime that's "strangling the lifeline of the country," becoming the...
Officials promote the "Get the Guns" campaign

Jamaica Boasts Gun Control Success but Security Challenges Remain

The government of Jamaica has announced a rise in seizures of illegal weapons as part of a long-running gun control initiative, however a more coordinated response...
Trinidad and Tobago's Works and Transport Minister, Rohan Sinanan

Trinidad and Tobago Gangs Extorting Public Works Projects

Authorities in Trinidad and Tobago say gangs are behind the rampant extortion of contractors carrying out public works projects, highlighting the many ways criminal...
Scene from a Trinidadian ISIS propaganda video

Trinidad Struggles to Stem Youth Recruiting by Gangs, Terror Groups

Authorities in Trinidad and Tobago are taking steps to stop young Muslims from leaving the country to join terrorist groups, highlighting the ongoing struggle the...
Inmates in one of Haiti's prisons

Haiti’s Hellish Prisons Symbolize Broken Justice System

A recent report by the Associated Press depicts hellish and lethal conditions suffered by inmates in Haiti's jails, providing further evidence that, like many...
The Bahamas has been experiencing a wave of violence

Authorities Blame Gangs for the Bahamas’ Bloody Start to 2017

A wave of gang-related murders in the Bahamas has forced the military onto the streets, a worrying development in a country where violence is reaching critical...
TSA agents screening luggage

Cocaine Trafficking Network Highlights Puerto Rico’s Role as Transit Point

Ten individuals -- including several airport officials -- have been arrested for trafficking 20 metric tons of cocaine from Puerto Rico to the United States since...