Illegal Practices: Sand Mining, Loud Music

No Loud Music

According to Section 2 of the Beach Control Act Chapter 29 Volume 2 of the 1990 Continuous Revised Laws of Grenada, a person is guilty of an offence if he/she digs or takes and carries away any sand, stone, shingle or gravel from the seashore.

The Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) informs the general public that sand mining without an appropriate licence from the relevant authority is prohibited. Stern action will be taken against those involved in this illegal practice, and persons using vehicles in furtherance of the commission of such an offence, can be disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence.

The RGPF also informs the general public that it is an offence for persons to play music unreasonably loud with or without permission, including use of amplified sound systems at public beaches and other public places.

Source: Office of the Commissioner of Police

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