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The Foreign Office recently updated its advice for travellers, saying: "There has been a recent increase in robberies of tourists in Antigua. "Valuables and travel documents should be left, where possible, in safety deposit boxes and hotel safes." The internet travel site also warns that the greatest danger to tourists is pickpockets.
According to local newspaper the Antigua Sun crime is "hurtling recklessly out of control" and is a "terrible menace that has been terrorising our nation for much too long now".
Mr Nelson and several other Mounties were hired after an official inquiry into the state of the police ordered by the Antigua government.
With British police training resources focused elsewhere in the Caribbean the Antiguans looked to Canada but Mr Nelson and his team received a frosty welcome amid claims from opposition politicians that the appointment smacked of a return to colonial rule.
On his arrival Mr Nelson said: "Morale in the force has been extremely low.
Its governance, language, and culture have all been strongly influenced by the British Empire, of which the country was formerly a part, gaining sovereignty on 1 November 1981.As a result, the number and types of ethnic/tribal groups in existence at that time may have been much more varied and numerous than just the two mentioned in this article.European and African diseases, malnutrition, and slavery eventually killed most of the Caribbean's native population. believe that the psychological stress of slavery may also have played a part in the massive number of deaths amongst enslaved natives.The British ruled from 1632 to 1981, with a brief French interlude in 1666.The islands became an independent state within the Commonwealth of Nations on 1 November 1981, with Elizabeth II as the first Queen of Antigua and Barbuda.
The permanent population numbers about 81,800 (at the 2011 Census) and the capital and largest port and city is St. Lying near each other (the main Barbuda airport is less than 0.5° of latitude, or 30 nautical miles, north of the main Antigua airport), Antigua and Barbuda are in the middle of the Leeward Islands, part of the Lesser Antilles, roughly at 17°N of the equator.