BPSU calls for armed security officers in wake of shooting



President of the Bahamas Public Services Union (BPSU) Kimsley Ferguson.

In the wake of the shooting death of a school security guard, President of The Bahamas Public Services Union (BPSU) Kimsley Ferguson called for more resources for security officers, including firearms.

Ferguson said, given the increase in crime, which includes an increase in theft on school campuses, the notion should be revisited.

The shooting victim has been identified by police as 65-year-old Errol Williams of Pride Estates