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Prison Officers Association concerned over Port of Spain Prison Break Probe Delay.

Prison Officers Association concerned over Port of Spain Prison Break Probe Delay.

Ceron-Richards

Prison Officers Association President, Ceron Richards.

The Prison Officers Association is reminding the relevant authorities that citizens are eagerly awaiting details of the outcome of the probe into the Port of Spain prison break in July.

Three inmates escaped from the Royal Jail on Frederick Street in Port of Spain, armed with firearms.

A police officer was shot and killed during the incident.

One of the inmates was killed during cross fire with police officers outside the Port of Spain hospital.

Police say another inmate was found dead in the Laventille area with gunshot wound. A third inmate later surrendered to police.

Prison Officers Association President, Ceron Richards, speaking on Power 102.1fm today said there is concern with the length of time the investigation is taking into this serious incident.

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Mr Richard also appealed for commitments given in the past to address outstanding areas to be fulfilled.

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Prison Officers Association President, Ceron Richards.

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