Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith. Azlan Mohammed/AZP News
THE Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) will soon have 1,500 more body cameras.
This according to press release by the TTPS on Saturday.
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has assured that frontline police officers will be supplied with body cameras so that incidents involving the public and the police can be recorded.
He said not all frontline officers have the cameras at this present time.
These frontline officers of the TTPS include all officers in SORT, GEB, IATF, task forces in all divisions, MOPS, CID, and the ERP.
Griffith said not all frontline officers have the cameras at this present time but noted that his request for funding was recently approved and the TTPS will now be able to acquire another 1,500 body cameras for the officers.