Belize


NEMO District Office Information

Nemo Main Office Contact National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) NEMO Headquarters, City of Belmopan, Belize, Central America Telephone: (501) 822-2054 / 0995 Emergency Line: (501) 936 Fax: (501) 822-2861/802-0874 Email: nemohqbmp@nemo.org.bz District Emergency Coordinators NAME POST EMAIL ADDRESS Ms. Jeromey Timrose Augustin Belize District Coordinator timrose.augustine@nemo.org.bz Mr. Alpheus Gillett Belize Rural alpheus.gillett@nemo.org.bz Mr.Juan Leiva Orange Walk ow_coordinator@nemo.org.bz Mr. Ronnie Hernandez Corozal ron.hdz@nemo.org.bz Mr. David Cruz Stann Creek david.cruz@nemo.org.bz Mr. Kenton Parham Toledo kenton.parham@nemo.org.bz Mr.  Johnny Ramclam Cayo johnny.ramclam@nemo.org.bz Mrs. Clare Moody Belmopan c.moody@nemo.org.bz Mr. Kevin Pollard Belize Rural kevin.pollard@nemo.org.bz Ms.Vanessa Parham San Pedro vanessa.parham@nemo.org.bz Regional Emergency Coordinators NAME POST EMAIL […]


The Enemy Within; Selective Governance Practises, Belize’s Greatest Security Threat

Our Esteemed brother Paco Smith wrote up a great research paper on the inaccuracies of what is being sold as the greatest threat to Belize as a nation and people, meaning that our largest threat is not an external boogey man but rather a more familiar one, the real boogey man being our own governance and those that work together with them in the shadows. Shared with full consent from Paco Smith Abstract Threats to Belize’s security are often conceptualised and cast as emanating from external elements. Indeed, with the looming existential threat of Guatemala and its unfounded claim to […]


The Hypocrisy of Guns, Crime and Abuse in Belize

This article contains multiple pages, look for the page lists after the Related Articles section. While I agree that guns should be something controlled, I also believe that there should be a freedom for people to own guns and that it should be applicable to all citizens, not just some with a few special people able to have their way. In Belize there is a tendency that people tied to the ruling Government of the day get to have special privileges and can be above the law just like the politicians if they are close enough or have connections to […]


Assessment of Guatemalan Military to Invade Belize

                   Date: 1977 June 29, 00:00 (Wednesday) Original Classification: SECRET   Handling Restrictions: LIMDIS – Limited Distribution Only           Office Action: ACTION ARA – Bureau of Inter-American Affairs                    From: Guatemala Guatemala                      To: Secretary of State 1. SUMMARY: MISSION DOES NOT BELIEVE GUATEMALAN ATTACK ON BELIZE IS IMMINENT. WE BELIEVE SIGNALS THAT MIGHT BE READ ASPREPARATION FOR ATTACK ARE INSTEAD A CALCULATED ATTEMPT BY GOG TO INFLUENCE BRITISH POLICY AND […]


OAS Resolution 1972

– 46 – AG/RES. 79 (11-0/72) STRENGTHENING OF THE PRINCIPLES OF NONINTERVENTION AND THE SELF-DETERMINATION OF PEOPLES AND MEASURES TO GUARANTEE THEIR OBSERVANCE (Resolution adopted at the eleventh plenary session held on April 21, 1972) THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, HAVING NOTED the denunciation made by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Guatemala in the address he delivered at the plenary session held on April 15, 1972, and CONSIDERING: That in the course of discussions made possible through the efforts of the President of the General Assembly and the Secretary General. of the Organization, and through the willingness that has been shown […]


Draft General Treaty of Settlement of Land and Maritime Boundaries

SECRET Draft General Treaty of Settlement of Land and Maritime Boundaries and Related Matters between Belize and Guatemala Preamble The Government of Belize and the Government of Republic of Guatemala: Being sovereign equal and independent states, members of the United Nations and the community of States, are firmly committed to the contribution of peace among nations; Having in mind the principles of international law embodied in the Charter of the United Nations, such as the principles of the equal right and self-determination of the peoples, of the sovereign equality and independence of all States, of non-interference in the domestic affairs […]


The Webster Proposals

Published in Belize on 29 April 1968. Draft Treaty between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Republic of Guatemala relating to the resolution of the dispute over British Honduras (Belize) Her Majesty The Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of Her other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth, and The President of the Republic of Guatemala: Mindful of the request made by Her Britannic Majesty’s Government in the United Kingdom and the Government of the Republic of Guatemala to the Government of the United States of America to […]


1931 Exchange of Notes

No 2946 1932 League of Nations — Treaty Series Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Guatemala Exchange of Notes respecting the Boundary between British Honduras and Guatemala, with Annexes. Guatemala, August 25 and 26, 1931 English and Spanish official texts communicated by His Majesty’s Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in Great Britain. The registration of this Exchange of Notes took place April 29, 1932. No 1. Mr Grant Watson to Señor Skinner Klée. British Legation. Guatemala, August 25, 1931 Your Excellency, The boundary between British Honduras and the Republic of Guatemala was laid down in the convention between the […]


Aycinena-Wyke Treaty

Guatemala Convention Boundary of British Honduras Convention between Her Majesty and the Republic of Guatemala, relations to the Boundary of British Honduras. Whereas the boundary between Her Britannic Majesty’s Settlement and possessions in the Bay of Honduras and the territory of the Republic of Guatemala, has not yet been ascertained and marked out; Her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the Republic of Guatemala being desirous, with a view to improve and perpetuate the friendly relations which happily subsist between the two countries, to define the boundary aforesaid have resorted to concede a […]


Dallas-Clarendon Treaty

Treaty between Her Majesty and the United States of America, respecting Central America; with three Separate Articles thereunto annexed. Signed at London, October 17, 1856 [ Ratifications exchanged at London ] Her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the United States of America, being desirous to settle in a friendly manner the questions which have come into discussion between them relative to Central America, have resolved to conclude a Treaty for that purpose, and have named as their respective Plenipotentiaries, that is to say: Her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom of […]


The Clayton-Bulwer Treaty

British-American Diplomacy Convention Between the United States of America and Her Britannic Majesty THE United States of America and her Britannic Majesty, being desirous of consolidating the relations of amity which so happily subsist between them, by setting forth and fixing in a convention their views and intentions with reference to any means of communication by ship canal, which may be constructed between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, by the way of the River San Juan de Nicaragua, and either or both of the lakes of Nicaragua or Managua, to any port or place on the Pacific Ocean: the President […]


Interception of Communications Act

PART I Preliminary 1. This Act may be cited as the Interception of Communications Act. 2.─(1) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, “attorney-at-law” has the meaning given to it under section 2 of the Legal Profession Act, Cap. 320; “authorised officer” means the Commissioner of Police; or (a) a person for the time being lawfully exercising the functions of the Commissioner of Police; (b) an officer authorised in writing to act on behalf of the Commissioner of Police; or (c) the Chief Executive Officer in the Ministry responsible for the Belize Police Department; (d) any person employed by […]