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Candlelight Movement Adjourns Walk to Red House

  By Prior Beharry THE walk from Arima to Port-of-Spain by the Candlelight Movement (CM) to present a petition to Parliament at the Red House no longer takes place on April 9. It has been adjourned in the wake of an increase in Covid-19 cases as reported by the Ministry of Health and the announcement […]Read More

Griffith on High Approval Rating: We Get Blamed if West

  By Prior Beharry THE approval rating of Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is high. According to a survey commissioned by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), 88% believe that Griffith has a strong visibility. The highest agreement (96%) came from people between the ages of 55 to 64. The survey was commissioned by the […]Read More

30% Reduction of Serious Crime in 2020

    By Sue-Ann Wayow COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith is asking the public to have renewed faith and trust in the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS). In his message and report on the TTPS for the past 12 months, Griffith said he was very proud of the men and women who served tirelessly […]Read More

All ACP Vacancies in TTPS Filled

  FOR the first time in ten years, all the vacancies to the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police have been filled. On Tuesday, nine Assistant Commissioners of Police were promoted in a ceremony held at the Police Training Academy, St James. Altogether, 120 First Division officers were elevated. Officers were promoted to the other […]Read More

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

PCA Sends Findings of Police Killings in Morvant to DPP

  The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) sends its findings into the police killing of three men in Second Caledonia, Morvant on June 27, 2020 to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP). The deaths of  Joel Jacob, Noel Diamond and Israel Moses Clinton sparked widespread protests in Port-of-Spain and environs as well other parts of the […]Read More

Police to Monitor Covid Patients in Home Isolation

    POLICE will be monitoring Covid-19 patients in home isolation especially those who have tested positive for the virus. In a release on Thursday, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) stated that Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has advised that officers will be using the 85 Emergency Response Patrol (ERP) vehicles and other patrols […]Read More

Moonilal: Rowley Trying to Manipulate the Police

  OROPOUCHE East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal says Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is attempting “to hound and manipulate the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service.” In a release on Tuesday, Dr Moonilal was commenting on the recent statement by the TTPS that Police Commissioner Gary Griffith was not summoned but invited to a meeting with […]Read More

TTPS: GG was Invited not Summoned by PM

    SUMMON and invite are two words that are very different in meaning and incorrect use can result in miscommunication. This is according to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) who sought to clarify information what was posted on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s Facebook page. The post that was made public on […]Read More

Griffith: More Murders Solved This Year

    By Sue-Ann Wayow THE Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) has solved more murders in the first five months of this year than all of last year. This is according to Police Commissioner Gary Griffith who gave detailed information about his assessment conducted by the Police Service Commission (PSC) as top cop on […]Read More