The Police Service will launch an anti-bullying campaign next month in secondary schools.
Public Information Officer of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service, Acting Inspector, Wayne Mystar, speaking at the weekly police news briefing on Wednesday, warned that students guilty of inciting violence will be punished by law.
He explained in countless videos on social networking sites, such as Facebook and YouTube, school children have been heard cheering on one another to fight.
That action Mystar said was illegal…
He said the main purpose of the campaign is to reduce and prevent bullying and improve peer relations in the schools.
The new campaign is being supported by the police’s Cyber Crime Unit which is tasked with monitoring the social sites.