Following statements made by Ag. Commissioner of Police, Stephen Williams as it relates to the abundance of guns and ammunition on the streets of Trinidad and Tobago, one former senior police officer has spoken on the issue.
Retired Senior Supt. Johnny Abraham speaking with News Power Now this morning said we need to put proper measures in place to secure our boarders in an effort to prevent the import of illegal firearms hitting the streets.
The former head of the Central Divison Task Force, said he is unaware of what strategies are in place now to rid several communities of guns and gangs, but warned that if nothing is done from the bottom up, the country will see a drastic rise in criminal activity with little or no detection.