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T&T Records Lowest Road Fatalities since 1957

  THE 96 road traffic deaths in 2020 are the lowest in 63 years.   The last time fewer than 100 deaths were recorded in a year was in 1957, according to a release of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service on Monday.   It stated, “This is an astonishing achievement because the last time […]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

Police Find Drugs in Foiled Transaction

    POLICE stopped a drug transaction in Woodbrook on Saturday. According to a release from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), officers of the North Eastern Division Task Force found drugs during an exercise conducted in the Western Division between the hours of 11.30pm on Satyrday and 1am Sunday. Officers received information regarding […]Read More

Missing Teen Found

  TEENAGER Shakti Joseph who was reported missing since October 4, has been found. In a release the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) stated that Shakti Joseph, 16, of Hamilton Siding Waterfield, Arima, appeared to be in good health. Acting Sgt Charles visited the home of Joseph’s grandmother on October 17 and found 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

Police Looking for Woman who Made Video on Beach

  By Sue-Ann Wayow THE video of a woman on a private beach has been shared by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) on their social media sites. The police is asking if anyone has information about her to report it to the police. The video was posted on Saturday, the same day Prime […]Read More

61 get Tickets for not Wearing Masks

    THE police have issued tickets to 61 people for not wearing a face mask. A release by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) on Monday stated, “Sixty-one fixed penalty tickets were issued to persons for breaching the Covid-19 regulations for failing to wear a face mask across three Policing Divisions between the […]Read More

Police to Give Masks to the Homeless

    By Sue-Ann Wayow THE excuse that a mask cannot be afforded will not be acceptable by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) as it attempts to enforce the mask wearing law. Speaking at a TTPS media conference on Wednesday, Acting Deputy Commissioner of Police Jayson Forde said as part of the TTPS’ […]Read More

A Woman, 3 Men Charged for Robberies in West Trinidad

    THREE men and a woman have been charged in connection with various robberies in west Trinidad. According to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), four were charged with the following offences: Keshon Rojas, 21 of Second Caledonia, Morvant – two counts of false imprisonment, two counts of robbery with violence, assault by […]Read More

3 Venezuelan Teens Break Quarantine

    THREE female Venezuelan teenagers have broken quarantine and police are asking for assistance from the public in finding them. The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) stated that they were being housed in Canada Hall at the University of the West Indies in St Augustine. A nurse at the quarantine facility reported to […]Read More