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Griffith Meets with UNC on Internal Elections

  AS the United National Congress (UNC) internal elections drawers near, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is ensuring that it will be conducted under strict Covid-19 protocols. On Monday, Police Commissioner Gary Griffith met with members of the UNC’s internal elections management committee at the Police Administration Building, Port-of-Spain. A press release by […]Read More

250 to be Charged for Zesser Party in Kelly Village

  By Sue-Ann Wayow MERE hours after Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley emphasised that there should be no large gatherings as Covid-19 protocols remained in effect, more than 250 were held for taking place in a zesser party in Kelly Village, Caroni. Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has given directions that all the people caught be charged […]Read More

Griffith Explains the 13 Levels of Pyramid Schemes

  By Sue-Ann Wayow PEOPLE who continue to praise pyramid schemes lack proper understanding of business and have no consideration for those who will eventually lose money in order to benefit others. Singling out the Drugs Sou Sou (DSS), Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith said while it is a fast way to get money, it […]Read More

Griffith Calls Again to have Anti-gang Law Passed

  By Sue-Ann Wayow IF everyone has a democratic right to say and do what they want in Trinidad and Tobago, there will be an infringement on other rights and therefore proper law must be drafted and enforced says Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith. Speaking in support of the anti-gang legislation that he is hoping […]Read More

Police now Armed with Pepper Spray

  By Sue-Ann Wayow FROM Monday, every police officer will be armed with pepper spray in order to be protected against persons resisting arrest. This was announced by Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith on Tuesday at a press conference hosted by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) on Tuesday. He said it gave him […]Read More

Gary Griffith Back Out on Thursday after Quarantine

    By Sue-Ann Wayow COMMISIONER of Police, Gary Griffith, will be back out to duties on Thursday after his mandatory two weeks quarantine since returning from Ireland. And his first order of business would be to visit beaches and bars where people continue to gather in very large numbers. In a press release issued […]Read More

7 Arrested while Registering for DSS Sou Sou in Tobago

    SEVEN persons, including a Trinidadian were arrested and charged on Saturday in Tobago for allegedly breaching Public Health Ordinance Regulations. Police reported that instructions to arrest them came from Police Commissioner Gary Griffith who is presently abroad. The individuals were arrested Store Bay Local Road, Crown Point, Tobago. They were among a large […]Read More

Griffith Goes for Medical Check-up Abroad

  COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith will be out of the country until October 31. He will also undergo a medical check-up when he is abroad. A release from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) on Friday stated that Deputy Commissioner of Police (Intelligence and Investigations), Mc Donald Jacob, will act as Commissioner of […]Read More

4 Officers Suspended, 11 Transferred in DSS ‘Sou-Sou’ Probe

    FOUR policemen, including two senior officers, have been suspended as part of the ongoing DSS sou-sou probe. And 11 officers have been transferred as investigations continue into the return of $22 million in cash after a raid at the DSS located at Kathleen Warner Drive, La Horquetta, on September 22. According to a […]Read More

Police Fatally Shoot 3 Griffith says Killings will be Investigated

      By Sue-Ann Wayow   THREE men who allegedly shot at police officers were killed during the shoot-outs in separate incidents. In the first incident, police reported that at 3.50 am on Wednesday, officers of the North Eastern Division Task Force (NEDTF), proceeded to the La Sargesse Road, Gasparillo, Santa Cruz area, to […]Read More