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Police Service tests its use ...

THE Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) continued its bid to enhance policy and operations as it relates to use of force in law enforcement with the staging of a table top exercise organised in collaboration with the International Committee of ... Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday, 5 days ago
Bombarded by polygraph examiner over marijuana use Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday, 3 weeks ago
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Low turnout at police recruitment drive

AN attempt to recruit more police officers in Tobago has resulted in a disappointedly low turnout for the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS). Speaking at a screening day at Shaw Park on Monday, Acting Superintendent, Barbara Wills of the ...
 Tobago News1 week ago Trinidad tops Guatemala, close to World Cup berth  Yahoo! Singapore4 days ago Senior police officers in Trinidad & Tobago threaten to resign  RJR News Online3 weeks ago Police officers can't have tattoos  Big News Network3 weeks ago

System: Fail!

Trinidad & Tobago faces a dire situation when it comes to the incidence of domestic violence. The number of brutal, and at times fatal, attacks on women and children are alarming. According to Margaret Sampson-Browne, head of the Police Victim ...
 Huffington Post3 weeks ago

Trinidad says 'several' citizens aid Islamic group

Police have detained three individuals believed to be the prime movers in recruiting, financing and deploying Malaysian citizens to join the Islamic State militants. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar (pic) said they were among the ...
 Yahoo! Malaysia1 week ago
Barbados Daily Nation

Mother of Trini ISIS fighter speaks up

PORT OF SPAIN — Eleven months ago, 29-year-old Shane Crawford sold his valuables—a van and a big screen TV— to make up money for the airfare to go to war-torn Syria. Crawford, a Muslim also known as Asadullah, wanted to fight on the side of ...
 Barbados Daily Nation1 week ago A tragedy not in vain  Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday2 weeks ago

Celebrating the Festival of Lights

By Seeta Persad Friday, October 10 2014 click on pic to zoom inSenior Counsel and former chairman of the Police Service Association, Kenneth Lalla will be honoured at the 2014 Divali Nagar. ... After months of preparations, the Divali Nagar in ...
 Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday2 weeks ago

T&T Piarco airport declared safe, bomb squad gives go-ahead after 'suspicious bag' check

Trinidad and Tobago's National Operations Center has declared the Piarco International Airport safe after confirming that the bomb squad had checked a 'suspicious bag' at the airport last night. The Center's executive director, Commander Garvin ...
 Power 1061 month ago

Zaheer Ali Foundation to work with TTCB

THE ZAHEER Ali Foundation creates history having been invited by the TTCB (Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board) to oversee the overall development of its cricketers during the National Academy of 2014. This is possibly the first time in this ...
 Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday1 month ago

Cop's home firebombed

FOLLOWING closely on remarks in Parliament Tuesday by National Security Minister Gary Griffith, that the lives of police officers are at risk, the home of a detective in South Trinidad was firebombed yesterday resulting in tens of thousands of ...
 Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday1 month ago Trinidad national security minister dismisses accusations of police force militarisation  Caribbean News Now!1 month ago Griffith: No need to panic ove ...  Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday1 month ago

Imbert hits Govt's expensive toys

DIEGO Martin North/East MP Colm Imbert is calling on Government to focus on improving the efficiency of the Police Service to curb crime in the country instead of wasting money on expensive toys such as the Spartan armoured personnel carriers (APCs) ...
 Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday1 month ago
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