Citizens are today being advised to ensure that any officer seeking information about them or visits their home, to ask for their badge number and enquire about proper identification.
This in light of two pictures being circulated on social media with a man dressed in police clothing and bare back with several tattoos on his face and body.
Addressing the issue yesterday to members of the media at the weekly police briefing, Public Information officer ASP Michael Pierre said citizens ought to be vigilant when giving information to officers who appear to look suspicious.
ASP Pierre also said that officers are in full control their uniform and it is punishable by law if an officer misplaces his kit or if it turns up in the hands of criminal elements.
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