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Police Service assures of heightened visibility during Carnival

by | Jan 28, 2015 | 1 comment

Joan Archie

Public Relations Officer of the TTPS, Superintend, Joan Archie

The Police Service is adopting a zero -tolerance approach to crime especially in the build up to during and after Carnival.

Public Relations Officer of the TTPS, Superintend, Joan Archie, issued the warning during the weekly police news briefing.

It was held at Police Administration Building , Sackville Street, Port of Spain, today.

J ARCHIE ON CARNIVAL

Superintend Archie also revealed that emphasis will be placed on areas where many citizens go to for relaxation away from the festivities.

J ARCHIE ON CARNIVAL 2

Public Relations Officer of the TTPS, Superintend, Joan Archie

1 Comment

  1. Ian Ramdhanie

    The concept of “zero” in zero tolerance is extremely important. “Zero” must not be used without having the necessary resources to back it up. Zero Tolerance means no infraction to the law will be tolerated. Can this really be done? Why not then a “zero” tolerance throughout the year?