Citizens are being urged to give the systems set up to probe police killing the chance to work.
The advice is coming from the Police Social and Welfare and Association.
The Police Service says there have been 24 police killings so far this year.
Some citizens recently demonstrated in Laventille following the controversial killing by officers of a resident.
Police Complaints Authority Director , Gillian Lucky, in an interview confirmed that she is scheduled to meet soon with the Acting Police Commissioner to get an update on the status of investigations into the incidents.
In a News Power Now interview this afternoon , Police Social and Welfare Association President , Inspector Anand Ramesar, said the group is calling for a transparent probe into the killings.